Intimate relationships: development, dynamics, and deterioration
Perlman and Duck's book focuses on the development of intimate relationships. It has been organized around the chronology of a relationship, and deals conceptually with new developments such as the acknowledgement of both positive forces and conflict processes; greater attention to stages and processes; and areas of concern to both researchers and practitioners. The contributors provide new statements on work at the forefront of the field and provide fresh suggestions for interventions.
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Sexually Bonded Primary Relationship
Elements Within the Relationship
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Actor adult relationship argue arrangements based primary relationship becomes behaviors Brickman Chapter child close relationships cohabitation commitment conceptual conditions of partnership Consequently constraints contemporary context continue coresidence couples decision-making defined developmental dissolution phase divorce dynamic economic effects egalitarian empirical environment example feed-forward feedback Figure focus formation phase head-complement homeostatic household division human agency increasing numbers individual influence interdependence intrinsic gratifications issue labor force legal marriage legal status M/C phase macro married married couples micro microsociology negotiate Nonetheless nonlegal norms notion nuclear family occupational occurring ongoing orientations outcomes paid labor panel data paradigm parents partners partnership status patterns persons postsexual predictor variables process theory question reality regarding relations role romantic love romantic situation SBPR Scanzoni separate households sexually based primary sexually based relationships sexually based situations shift significant situational development social sorts structure subsumed traditional transition rate types women