Gender Differences Of Love And Love Relationships Among College Students

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GENDER DIFFERENCE IN ATTITUDE TOWARDS LOVE & RELATIONSHIP COMMITMENT AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS

INTRODUCTION
Love is normally taken to speak to a scope of human feelings, from basic sentiments of joy to overpowering and indescribable fascination towards someone else.
The love relationship among young couples are based on different aspects and the type of relationship love are different from one individual to another. Bowlby trusts that connection in the parent-youngster relationship is estranged to a mature sentimental relationship furthermore, can impact on conduct, discernment and feelings in at any period of life, from early stages to adulthood. Relationship in connections is not severed in an intentional way or totally, and any breakdown
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H2 – There is a gender difference between attitudes towards love among college students.
H3 – There is a relationship between commitment and attitude towards love in college students among genders.

METHOD
DESIGN
This study is a Quantitative research which will be conducted to understand the different types of love relationships which can be found among young adult couples. Factors such as religious followings, parental styles and age can be several factors which effect these different love relationship styles. Hendrick & Hendrick (1992) discovered that Agape is encountered to a more noteworthy mark among individuals who are more religious and in a long-lasting connections.

This study includes the following variables:
• Independent Variable – Gender, which cannot be manipulated.
• Dependent Variable – *Attitude towards love
* Relationship commitment which can be measured among the different genders.
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• Gender difference in attitude towards love will be tested with the use of a Mixed ANOVA.
• The relationship between the commitment and attitude towards love will be tested in the form of a correlational study.
RESULTS
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