Hooking Up: Sex, Dating, and Relationships on Campus

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Index
Adulthood, postponement of, 54, 172, 208n46
African-American, students, experience with hooking up, 66–68
Age: at first intercourse, 2, 161; at first marriage, 2, 22, 161, 172, 199n6
Alcohol: misperceptions of, 89; role in hookup script, 21, 30, 47, 63–64, 111–112, 166–168, 198n30, 208n35, 208n36
Anderson, Elijah, 206n7
Animal House (movie), 51, 163
Arnett, Jeffrey Jensen, 54, 172, 199n7, 202n27, 208n46
Bailey, Beth, 12–17, 18–19, 170
Booty calls, 122–125, 205n25
Calling era, 12–13; and comparison to dating, 18, 173
Carpenter, Laura, 85, 193n33, 197n7, 201n10, 201n12, 201n13, 204n16
Casual sex. See Sex
Clinton, Bill, and Monica Lewinsky scandal, 27
Clique, 61–70, 90
College administrators, 22, 57–58, 185
College campus. See Environment
Commuter students, 199n15
Coontz, Stephanie, 158
Courtship, 14, 194n19
Dating, 13–18; after college, 138–140; college students use of term, 41, 198n22; comparison to calling, 18; comparison to hooking up, 46; origin of the term date, 13, 194n12; sexual intimacy and dating process, 164
Definition of the situation, 136, 199n3
Double standard. See Sexual double standard
Eisenhart, Margaret, 33, 197n10, 201n2, 202n24, 204n19
Emerging adulthood. See Adulthood, postponement of
Emotional attachment. See Love
Environment, 9; effect on sexual behavior, 199n2; and college campus, 51–59; college campus compared to after graduation, 150–154; importance of, 9, 185
Ericksen, Julia, 200n1
Facebook (Web site), 169
Fraternity: characteristics of members, 32–33, 199n16; and dating era, 14, 17; members' participation in hooking up, 61; students perceptions of, 81–82; and rape, 202n22; women's involvement with members, 108–110, 113

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: From Dating to Hooking Up 11
  • 3: The Hookup 24
  • 4: The Hookup Scene 50
  • 5: The Campus as a Sexual Arena 72
  • 6: Men,Women, and the Sexual Double Standard 96
  • 7: Life After College a Return to Dating 128
  • 8: Hooking Up and Dating a Comparison 158
  • Methodological Appendix 187
  • Notes 191
  • Bibliography 211
  • Index 221
  • About the Author 225
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