Topic 19 Sociology of Love, Marriage, and Divorce FOR BLACKBOARD

Topic 19 Sociology of Love, Marriage, and Divorce FOR BLACKBOARD

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6/14/11 Marriage Over Time and Place Historically, main reason two people marr families arranged it based on economic reasoning affections of key players
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6/14/11 Playing the field leads to love for real But, you’ve got options navigating these options creates feelings of romantic love Mating market incredibly emotional experience
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6/14/11 Attributions about our emotions Incredibly emotional experience run the gamut So process of looking for & at options gets emotional engine running all the while we’re making attributions (some incorrect) about our emotions why aren’t they always correct?
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6/14/11 Meet your potential love object! Potential love object feels really good mis attribute emotional reactions to marriage market to potential love object. Emotions generated from market get transferred to PLO
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6/14/11 Who makes you feel like … “first encounters” can produce feelings of sexual or romantic if
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course SOCY 101 taught by Professor Simpson during the Fall '07 term at South Carolina.

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Topic 19 Sociology of Love, Marriage, and Divorce FOR BLACKBOARD

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