by LISA HEFFERNAN
Think love is dead, especially on university campuses, where hookups are commonplace? Reconsider that thought, state the writers of the new research.
вЂњWhat it claims is the fact that casual intercourse isn’t the sole option,вЂќ Arielle Kuperberg, an assistant teacher of sociology at University of vermont at Greensboro, told NBC Information. вЂњThere are a good amount of people having more conventional dates and having relationships that are long-term. So students should not feel just like that they will be excluded from romantic relationships. when they donвЂ™t desire to be involved in hookup traditionвЂќ
Hitched students that are medical after matching with hospitals in March 2015 in Irvine, Calif. Mark Boster / Los Angeles Occasions via Getty Images
Kuperberg co-authored the research, that was posted earlier in the day this week. Continue reading “Information & Activities NBC INFORMATION: KUPERBERG SPEAKS TO DATING AND HOOK-UP CULTURE”