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Unformatted text preview: 3/1/12 Lec 1/2 www2.fiu.edu/agirArdc/3120ch5.10.htm Lec. 10. Chapter 5. Friendship, Love, and Commitment IV. Wheel Theory: Reiss¶s (1980) 4 processes love develop/maintain; mutually interdep 1. rapport: sense of ease,understanding each other; dep on share cult background 2. self-revelation: since rapport relax,disclose intimate feeling;MC <reservedUC 3. mutual dependency: w/rapport&rev,each need share other¶s pleasure,fear,sex 4. fulfillment of need for intimacy: for person to love, confide in, get sympathy V. How Do I Love Thee? Approaches to the Study of Love A. 6 Styles of love (Lee 1973,88): relationship styles(not individual);partner find same 1. Eros: delight in tactile, sensual, immediate; beauty (every detail) attracts 2. Ludus: love if fun game to be played, not deeply involved; casual, carefree 3. Storge: b/ companions w/o fever, tumult, folly; peaceful; begins as friendship 4. Mania: (mad);sleepless nights;pain; roller-coaster;sign love bring temp ectasy 5. Agape: chaste,patient,selfless,understand;no expect...
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