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Close relationships: perspectives on the meaning of intimacy by George Klaus Levinger, Harold L. Raush

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H. ), The sociology of Georg Simmel. New York: Free Press, 1950 (German version published in 1908). Slater, P. Earthwalk. New York: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1974. Toffler, A. Future shock. New York: Random House, 1970. Weiss, R. S. Materials for a theory of social relationships. In W. Bennis et al. ), Interpersonal dynamics (rev. ). : Dorsey, 1968. Weiss, R. S. Loneliness: The experience of emotional and social isolation. T. Press, 1973. Page 17 2 Interpersonal Relationships: Some Questions and Observations Elizabeth Douvan In efforts to map and define the province of social psychology, theorists have found it useful to distinguish conceptually among certain levels of social environmental variables.

Despite a growing interest in relationships, the relationship itself lacked substance. " Yet recently, this perception seems to be changing. The individual has become less hero and more victim. He* is faced with increasing contradictions. The ideology emerging in the late nineteenth century gave him the responsibility for choosing his own social and economic lifea responsibility not afforded earlier generations. Moreover, where social democracy holds sway, the individual assumes responsibility for his social institutions.

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