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[In this chapter extracts from interviews carried out with members of the younger group will be discussed, and contrasted with the material from the older age group in relation to the three hypotheses presented in Chapter 10. To repeat, these are:
Romantic love is being deconstructed and a view...
[This work has argued for the importance of a psychoanalytic, object relations view of love, but only if it is placed in a dialectical relation with socio-cultural theory. That is, it has argued for the importance of a psychosocial study of emotion.]
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