“setting up” is certainly utilized to explain effortless, sleazy college intercourse. From panicked media headlines to concerned tests by the American Psychological Association, the “college hookup culture” has been painted as a recent and rampant ethical epidemic. But could it all come down seriously to a straightforward, vernacular misunderstanding?
Martin A. Monto, a teacher of sociology during the University of Portland, believes therefore. Monto and their co-author Anna Carey’s conducted research in the intimate practices of 1,800 university students nationwide, and their findings recommend hookup tradition does not translate into a whirlwind of random sex. Continua la lectura de College ‘Hookup Society’ Is Not As Pervasive As You May Think: Research