Dating and Technology
Examines how modern technology has affected the concept of dating in the United States.
# 50176 | 1,735 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2004 |
Published on Mar 29, 2004 in Computer and Technology (Internet) , Gender and Sexuality (Gender Studies) , Sociology (General) , Computer and Technology (General)
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This paper discusses the topic of dating in the United States and shows how technology has affected dating in the last 50 years. The paper shows the impact of technology during this period on dating patterns of "young adults," namely, those aged 13-30, depending on the social norm of the decade. Dating has always been a ritual by which young adults find themselves and discover their sexuality while trying out potential long-term mates. The paper explains that, today, dating has changed considerably due to advances in technology, such as films, MTV, and the Internet.
From the Paper:"The partners no longer need to be in the same room, car, or theater, they can be hundreds of miles away from each other and still date online. They can view films together, listen to the same music, and play games all over the Internet. They can chat whenever they want via Instant Messenger or email. The Internet has taken dating to another level, and has proved to be an excellent way for people to meet other people with the same interests and ideals."
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