Michelle Mowry – University of Notre Dame
Full manuscript: www.kon.org/urc/v13/mowry.html
Abstract: The heterosexual “hookup culture” on college campuses has received copious attention since the year 2000 (Bogle 2007: 775). Hookups are defined as “brief uncommitted sexual encounters between individuals who are not romantic partners or dating each other” (Garcia et al 2012: 161). This thesis examined the hookup culture at the University of Notre Dame through an online survey of Notre Dame undergraduates. This university provided the unique opportunity to investigate the effects of academic and extracurricular commitment and religiosity on frequency of hooking up.
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