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Many of you come from different backgrounds – different age groups, social class backgrounds, racial/ethnic backgrounds etc. I think it will be fun to learn from each other how the topics of this week actually play out in real life around you these days. This forum is based on your observations of dating, cohabitation, and marriage in your family and friend circles. Feel free to write about yourself and your age group. Or, you can also chose to write about your parents’ generation or a younger generation, just whoever you have access to. Please make sure your original contribution is 500-750 words long. Please use the assignment rubric to make sure you fulfill all criteria. STEP 1: Please answer the following questions with as much detail as possible. Refer to the Week 4 lessons or Crosnoe’s Chapter 7 where appropriate with in-text citations (see below). Please discuss your thoughts or observations about dating. How is dating defined by your friend and family circles? How do people around you tend to date (e.g. is going out to dinner or a movie a date or does it have a broader definition)? Is exclusivity implied or does it need to be talked about? What criteria seem to matter in selecting a dating partner- intelligence, athleticism, beauty etc.? What is considered attractive and unattractive? Referring to Jean Kilbourne’s talk, please discuss how this varies by gender. Referring to Paula England’s work, please assess if “hooking up” is a phenomenon you observe around you? How do the people around you access potential dating partners? How prevalent is online dating, defined as finding romantic partners online? Please describe how it plays out with some detail, if possible. Please discuss your thoughts or observations about living together with a romantic partner without a formal union – cohabitation. Would you personally chose to cohabit rather than marry? Why or why not? Please discuss your thoughts or observations about marriage- a formal union. Referring to the recent trends in median age at first marriage, please discuss, what would be the ideal age to marry. If you’re married or have been married, please discuss. According to course materials, what are the benefits of marriage? What would be some detriments? Do you see these benefits or detriments in the marriages around you or in your marriage? What (if any) has been the impact on COVID-19 on the romantic relationships around you? Is it more difficult to meet new people nowadays? Is intimacy a little more tricky these days? Please discuss. STEP 2: For full credit, you’re required to make at least TWO references to course materials this week. You’ll be asked to do this again in the term paper, so consider this practice. Ideally, this will be an in-text citation in American Sociological Association (ASA) styleActions . I use in-text citations regularly in my lessons to model to correct use. The following is an in-text citation: The marriage rate is “the proportion of marriages per 1,000 unmarried women, aged 15 years and older, in a year” (Crosnoe 2019, 222). That is, in parentheses, you provide the author’s last name, publication year of the source, and page number. An in-text citation always needs a “Works Cited” section at the end. In lesson To Marry or Not to Marry, (where the above citation comes from), it looks like this: Works Cited: Crosnoe, Robert. 2019. Families Now: Diversity, Demography, and Development. New York: Worth/ MacMillan. Author last name, author first name. Year of publication. Title of publication (in italics). Place of publication: Publisher. Please follow these instructions to refer to either Crosnoe or my lessons. You do not need to refer to outside sources. This is how you would include my lessons in your citations: Works Cited: Sanli Vasquez, Solen. 2021. Week 5: To Marry or Not to Marry [Canvas lesson]. Santa Rosa Junior College, Close Relationships and Family Life: $CANVAS_COURSE_REFERENCE$/modules Throughout the text you can refer to it as: (Sanli Vasquez 2021)


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