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FCS 2103
MIDTERM EXAM
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Love
Ways of Conceptualizing Love
Love- self-osiousess ad lak of spotaeity, ko he you’re
falling in love
Lust
Infatuation
Love Styles (John Lee)
Ludic- recreational type of fun, not looking for a soulmate, not
lookig for a sigle parter, do’t at to settle do, easier to
engage in
Pragma- using mental powers to make a decision, making rational
decisions based on certain criteria, talking about life goals
Eros- romantic love, cupid, people feel like they are falling in love
very suddenly
Mania- jealously, gender neutral, can become obsessive, loses
rational thought process, out of control, mistaken for love
Storge- friendship love, calm, took passion out of it, everyone
needs this type of relationship, nice balance example: Friends,
parents, cousins
Agape- love that is coming from a higher source, part of human
existence that allows for this higher source, have to work toward it,
unconditional love example: mother and child, religious love
What does the realist believe about love? What does the romantic
believe about love?
Realist is more likely to use mind when thinking about love
Romantic is more likely to use heart and what they are feeling
about love
Do you personally make relationship choices more with your heart or
with your mind?
Triangular theory of love (Steinburg)
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Intimacy-emotion
Passion-physical desire
Commitment- mental, using mind, make decisions about
relationship
Eight Types of Love:
Nonlove- no feeling
Liking- emotional connection
Infatuation-passion
Romantic Love- intimacy and passion, no commitment
Conjugal Love- Intimacy and commitment, elderly couple
Fatuous Love- passion and commitment, no emotional intimacy,
Hollywood love example: arranged marriages
Empty Love- commitment, no passion
Consummate love- intimacy, passion and commitment
Social Control of Love
Arranged Marriages
In what way to parents in China, India and Indonesia control who their
children will marry?
Parents choose match, kids are allowed to go on a date and decide
if they like them or not
What was love like between spouses in Medieval Europe?
Form of courtship, treated like a partnership, couples were
expected to have children, only married for pro-creative purposes,
men were expected to have other lovers, expected to stay in the
relationship for the sake of the family
Falling in Love
Social Conditions
Psychological Conditions
Cognitive Conditions
Timing- becoming more important, people want to do other things
before being committed in a long relationship
Love as a Context for Problems
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