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One study found that on average, students report a total of five to seven hookups in their entire college career. Can Learn from the Dutch About Teen Sex) That discrepancy in perception may explain the conflicting beliefs about whether college kids are really hooking up more than they used to — or not.
But when Bogle surveyed students about how often they thought their fellow students were hooking up, they typically said seven times a semester. In fact, 1 in 4 college students is a virgin and in the new research, only 20% of students from either era reported having six or more partners after turning 18. The current study did find — based on reports by the students of their own sexual relationships — some evidence that recent generations of college students are having slightly more casual sex and so-called friends-with-benefits relationships.
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Kathleen Bogle, author of Hooking Up: Sex, Dating and Relationships on Campus and an assistant professor of sociology at La Salle University in Philadelphia, whose work initially described the hookup culture in the scientific literature, says the latest study is “very interesting,” but naturally disagrees with the authors’ representation of her work.
The research did show a slight decline in the number of college kids saying they had a “spouse or regular sex partner,” but that doesn’t mean that college romance is dead.
Indeed, 77% of students said that they’d had a regular partner or spouse in the 2000s, compared with 85% in the earlier generation.
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If your lab no longer uses glass serological pipets, She'd be happy to take your cans (& pipets). If you have one or both of these items and you are no longer using them, please reach out to Rhonda at [email protected] argues that what is now called hookup culture began in the 1970s, after birth control became widely available and the age of marriage began rising.