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- Centripetalperspective—People in close, committee relationships stay together unless somethingpulls them apart. According to this view, there are barriers that prevent people from leaving committedrelationships (see internal and external barriers to relational dissolution). Unless some outside forcebreaks in, or some problem so big the couple can’t handle, people will stay with their current partners.Like cruise control, you can relax is until something unexpected happens.
- Most scholars take the position that highly committed relationships do run on cruise controlsome ofthe time, but thatperiodic maintenance is necessaryto keep them healthy and able to adjust tochanging needs and demands.27.What were the different findings of maintenance behaviors? *Lecture study Guide28.What was said regarding long-distance relationships? What makes them work and what might be someconcerns? *Lecture Study Guide29.What were the three marriage types and how do they compare?
30.What were the qualities associated with happy marriages? And, why? * Lecture Study GuideTextbook Questions“Sexing” by Pamela ReganI suggest you read the summary first. It gives a clear and simple overview of the main findings. (77)
2.How is sexual permissiveness viewed around the world? How do males and females differ? How have attitudesabout relational sex changed over time? What do most people feel is an important condition for sex to beperceived as acceptable? (60-63)

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Term
Spring
Professor
CHEN
Tags
partner, Interpersonal relationship

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