HS Springl 2011 Hooking-Up Celibacy Assignment

HS Springl 2011 Hooking-Up Celibacy Assignment - Hooking...

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What is going on in the social and sexual lives of Temple University students? What is “common knowledge” and how “common” or real is it? Submit during Class on 2/1/2011 Preparation: Read: Find in the Articles Folder in Course Documents: 1. Read the article: Dean M. Busby, Jason S. Carroll, and Brian J. Willoughby (2010) Compatibility or Restraint? The Effects of Sexual Timing on Marriage Relationships, Journal of Family Psychology. 2. Read NYT (2008) article, “Students of Virginity.” Answer the following questions: Write a sentence or two at most—download the document and type in your answers (You may reformat if necessary) . A. Questions from “Compatibility or Restraint?” 1. What does Busby et al (2010) mean by “compatibility” and “restraint?” 2. What are the arguments supporting the value of sexual behavior to confirm compatibility? Restraint? 3.
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