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who formulated the wheel of love theory?

Ira Reiss

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how many phases on the wheel of love are there, and what are they called?

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Rapport, Self-revelation, Mutual dependencies, Personal needs fulfillment

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Define Phase 1: Rapport

when people become comfortable with one another, they reveal aspects of themselves such as experiences, hopes, and fears

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Define Phase 2: Self-Revelation

Expose private feelings or ideas. Only close relationships, often in the context of sexual activity, involve deep revelation

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Define Phase 3: Mutual Dependencies

Individuals begin to rely on each other to share jokes, ideas, and intimate feelings

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Define Phase 4: Personal need fulfillment

If needs are fulfilled, there is growing rapport, and circular process is renewed

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what four functions does dating serve for the young person?

Identity, intimacy, Status, and sex

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What four forces drive the rapid growth of online dating?

1. growing population of singles
2. Less time for romantic relationships, time spent online dating is more efficient
3. single people are more mobile, they can travel to meet people
4. workplace romance is dying

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who are the disadvantaged in romance

People who do not fit the accepted standard of physical eligibility have difficulty finding a mate

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What are the four groups of people classed "disadvantaged in romance"

Fat people, people with visible physical differences, older women, divorced people with kids

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what did the 2011 census show about people in canada over the age of 15 that were not married?

More people unmarried than married

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what stigma surrounds single people?

they are seen as choosing that choice

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what is the sexual double standard

men allowed more sexual freedom than women

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what was the birth control pill seen as for women's sexuality?

seen as liberating the women's choice and control

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when did permissiveness regarding sex plateau?

1980s

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What is the communication gap?

The use of communication differently by the sexes can lead to difficulty expressing yourself to your partner

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How do men use communication?

used to achieve goals, establish authority, and compete for attention and power

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How do women use communication?

used to build connections and solve problems

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why is good communication habits good to implement early in a relationship?

Once communication patterns are established, they are very difficult to change

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what are the two thorns in a relationship?

Sex gone bad, love gone bad

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Define love gone bad

unrequited passionate love or obsession for another person:
OR
passion fades over time, people believe they have "fallen out of love"

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Define "sex gone bad'

sexual dissatisfaction arising from bad communication, infidelity

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True or false: Less likely to cause break in relationship if married than unmarried

true

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How women have reported having unwanted sex?

42%

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How men have reported having unwanted sex?

24%

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what is reported more, date rape or marriage rape?

Date rape

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what is meant by LAT?

A relationship where partners do not live together. represents 8% of canadians

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What is the age category for LAT?

Most are under thirty, but 45% are older