HDFS 120 Ch5

HDFS 120 Ch5 - INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF...

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INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY STUDIES Dr. Jarrett CHAPTER 5 - DATING, COUPLING, AND MATE SELECTION I. Mate Selection, Dating, Courtship II. Cultural Influences on Mate Selection III. Historical Influences on Mate Selection: Dating Examples from the U.S. IV. Functions of Dating V. Dating: Race, Gender, Social Class, Sexual Orientation VI. Theories of Mate Selection A. Exchange Theory B. Exchange Theory of Homogamous Mate Selection C. Stimulus-Value-Role Theory D. Equity Theory E. Filter (Process) Theories of Mate Selection VII. Meeting Partners VIII. Violence in Interpersonal Relationships MATE SELECTION, DATING, AND COURTSHIP *Mate Selection: *Dating: *Courtship: CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON MATE SELECTION MATE SELECTION IN TRADITIONAL CULTURES ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES MATE SELECTION IN NON-TRADITIONAL CULTURES ADVANTAGES DISADVANTAGES
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HISTORICAL INFLUENCES ON MATE SELECTION COLONIAL PATTERNS OF COURTSHIP 1920'S-1930'S 1940'S-1950'S 1960'S
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