Love and Sex: Cross-Cultural Perspectives

About the Course:

The authors assess, with a strong research base and an appealing narrative style, how intimate relationships are carried out in a wide array of societies. The approach is multidisciplinary and cross-cultural. You will want to look at the Table of Contents of this book.


Hatfield, Elaine, & Rapson, Richard

About the Author:

Both authors are professors of psychology from the University of Hawaii.

Course Objectives:

  1. to be able to discuss the concept of love from an anthropological, psychological, historical and cross-cultural perspective..

  2. to be able to provide ideas on how to measure “love.”

  3. to be able to appreciate issues that occur when relationships break up and start over.

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Course Number: 5015
Credit Hours: 11cr
NBCC Credit Hours: 11cr
Exam Fee: $76.67
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Format: Book
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