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Anna Machin on Romance

Originally appeared on Social Science Space, November 1 2016  Imagine if we could find the secret to romance and love, the real secret, one vetted by science. Wouldn’t that be … well, what would that be. According to Anna Machin, … Continue reading

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If Romeo and Juliet had mobile phones

From Mobile Media & Communication This study looks at how the Mobile Revolution has promoted networked individualism – connectivity that is not bound up in solidary groups. Mobile phones have played a key role in the developed world’s transformation from … Continue reading

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Male benevolent sexism in romantic and work contexts

Prescription of protective paternalism for men in romantic and work contexts From Psychology of Women Quarterly Male protectiveness can be perceived as sexism. The perception depends on the situation, some protectiveness can be identified as benevolent while other protectiveness can … Continue reading

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