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Similar to other women I interviewed, she both acknowledged the pervasive ideal of romantic love and located her own experience in positive relation to it. D O E S E X P E R I E N C E M ATT E R ? An obvious question arises: Do women get more realistic about love and marriage as they get older and more experienced? There is certainly a culturally promoted notion that romance is for the young. Idylls and passion 14 COUPLES are thought widely to fade with age. Similarly, we often think that experience tempers romance.
As Whitney sums up, “I’m kind of proud of our relationship in that the roles that we play into are often the roles that are best for our marriage. ” COUPLES 32 Partnership The second most popular response when asked to deﬁne “husband” and “wife” was that the notes should be a partnership. When asked what the role of husband or wife meant in their marriage, the responses of these twelve individuals tended to be couched in a language of support and teamwork, and all of these individuals used the word “partner” or ”partnership” frequently.
1984. Reading the Romance: Women, Patriarchy, and Popular Literature. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Sprecher, Susan, and Sandra Metts. 1999. ” Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 16:834 – 51. Discussion Questions 1. This chapter contrasts “romantic” and “realistic” visions of marriage. How “romantic” is your view of marriage? How would you deﬁne a “romantic” marriage? What experiences do you think have inﬂuenced this view? 2. This chapter discussed cohabitation rates, divorce rates, and relative economic independence as social circumstances that might contribute to women’s realistic expectations for marriage.