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The semantic differentiation technique was used to investigate the structure of connotative meaning associated with each of seven stimulus concepts that are known to be important to the dating and courtship process and that are known to refer to elements of environment or relationship that differ by dating stage.
It was hypothesized that the connotative structure associated with these stimulus concepts would also differ by dating stage on the assumption that differences in important elements in a person's life are occasions for differences in conceptualizations of those elements.Probability Comparison: Dating and Love - Sex
A standard semantic differential instrument based on these seven stimulus concepts was administered to 80 couples each at one of five stages of dating. The sample is then cross-sectional in nature in that different couples comprise the subsamples at each stage.
Factored dimensions in the "semantic space" in connection with each stimulus concept were the measures of connotative structure. These dimensions were analyzed for each stimulus concept to ascertain if couples in respective stages occupied respectively distinctive positions on them. Too few ificant differences between stages were found to justify the conclusion that connotative structures differ between stages and the main hypothesis had to be rejected.
However, it was serendipitously found that the factor pattern for males was different than that for females. This is a rather basic difference in underlying dimensionality implying that females have substantially different perceptions of aspects of environment and relationship than do males. The fact that this difference is important while for both sexes connotative structures remain stable at all stages suggests that in regard to key aspects of dating and courtship processes important perceptual differences are not resolved over the courtship career.
Some implications of this are discussed. International Journal of Sociology of the Family. Cite this Item.
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