This article was translated by Google and R.E.
Today's communication technology has made online dating more popular than ever. During the pandemic, restrictions and isolation lead us to constantly seek human contact through digital platforms. What would we have done without the internet during the pandemic? That's not good to say.
What we do know is that online dating is here to stay. IN The New Laws of Love sociologist and researcher Marie Bergström portrays the phenomenon by looking at modern love and sexuality in our time. The starting point for the book is interviews with younger people in France who exclusively date digitally.
The book is divided into two parts: The first part addresses the privatization of dating, entitled «The Privatization of Dating», and has four subchapters: «The History of Matchmaking», «Dating Technicians», «The Keys to Success» and «Time. . .
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