Dating

Jessica Driessen
Mind Map by Jessica Driessen, updated more than 1 year ago
Jessica Driessen
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Social Science Mind Map on Dating, created by Jessica Driessen on 11/09/2016.

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Dating
1 PUBLIC VS. PRIVATE
1.1 Making it “official” -displaying relationship status online
1.2 Public vs private mate selection -community and family involvement in mate selection vs. personal decision on who to date
1.3 Shopping list love (Pragma) vs True love (Eros) -dating with the purpose of finding someone who fits a specific ideal vs. dating someone independent of social status
2 TECHNOLOGY
2.1 Apps: such as Tinder having changed the ways couples meet
2.2 Effects: meeting people via the internet effects communication between couples and how people get to know each other
2.3 Online: many online sites such as Christian Mingle and Match.com have become very popular.
3 SOCIAL SCRIPTS
3.1 timing of sexual intimacy -how and when a couple decides to become intimate and media influence on
3.2 Period between introduction to commitment -time period between a couple first meeting and the decision to commit to each other
3.3 Ages of people dating each other -norms surrounding intergenerational dating and also norms surrounding how you date based on your age
3.3.1 Special online dating sites cater to older generations
4 CLASSIFICATIONS
4.1 Casually dating one person -nonexclusive dating
4.2 Commitment to one person -exclusive monogamic relationship
4.3 Dating multiple people -juggling multiple partners at one time casually
4.3.1 Dating apps make it easier to date multiple people at a time due to easy access to meet people your interested in
5 REASONS
5.1 Companionship -dating to avoid being alone
5.1.1 Wanting someone to rely on without the serious commitment (dating for the fun of it)
5.2 Spouse selection -dating to look for a long-term relationship with potential to become a family
5.3 Hook-up culture -sexually intimate relationships without emotional attachment
5.3.1 Hook-up culture is more common in the younger generations
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