Information & Activities NBC INFORMATION: KUPERBERG SPEAKS TO DATING AND HOOK-UP CULTURE

Information & Activities NBC INFORMATION: KUPERBERG SPEAKS TO DATING AND HOOK-UP CULTURE

by LISA HEFFERNAN

Think love is dead, especially on university campuses, where hookups are prevalent? Reconsider that thought, say the writers of a study that is new.

“What it states is that casual intercourse isn’t the option that is only” Arielle Kuperberg, an assistant teacher of sociology at University of new york at Greensboro, told NBC Information. “There are lots of people having more old-fashioned times and achieving long-lasting relationships. So students should not feel just like when they don’t desire to take part in hookup tradition that they’re likely to be excluded from intimate relationships.”

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Kuperberg co-authored the analysis, that was posted previously this week. Among the list of other findings:

Myth 1: The hookup tradition has damaged dating on campus.