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What did Zaidi and Shuraydi find in 2002?

Candian women who's parents were Pakistani (collectivist) preferred love marriages, whilst their fathers did not approve.

2

What did Moore and Leung find in 2001?

Positive attitudes to love were endorsed by both Australians and Chinese living in Australia.

3

What did Madathil and Benshoff find in 2008?

Asian Indians in arranged marriages living in America rated love the highest out of all cultural variants.

4

What did LeVine find in 1993?

49% of people in collectivist countries would marry without love, 3.5% of people in individualists countries would.

5

What did Kephart find in 1967? Why is it special?

It is the original study, repeated by Levine in 1993.
Found that in 1967 in Britain, 75.7% of women would marry without love.

6

Candian women who's parents were Pakistani (collectivist) preferred love marriages, whilst their fathers did not approve.

Zaidi and Shuraydi, 2002.

7

Positive attitudes to love were endorsed by both Australians and Chinese living in Australia.

Moore and Leung, 2001.

8

Asian Indians in arranged marriages living in America rated love the highest out of all cultural variants.

Madathil and Benshoff, 2008.

9

49% of people in collectivist countries would marry without love, 3.5% of people in individualists countries would.

LeVine, 1993.

10

Found that in 1967 in Britain, 75.7% of women would marry without love.

Kephart, 1967.