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A "comprehensive, in-depth sociological investigation" on the "many challenges of looking for love in the digital age" is not the book you'd necessarily expect from Ansari, but that's exactly what Modern Romance is. (A quick note that this book mainly focuses on heterosexual relationships because Ansari and his coauthor quickly "realized that if we tried to write about how all the different aspects of romance...
applied to LGBT relationships, we simply wouldn't be able to do the topic justice without writing an entirely separate book.") "Culture and technology have always shaken romance," writes Ansari, but, "History shows that we've continually adapted to these changes. is, in many ways, similar to dating in New York City. focus group participants explained, you "could go out with someone and, if it went badly, be fairly confident [you] would never see them again. Like, in a way, you murdered them in your mind.'" The biggest difference between Los Angeles and New York City, according to Ansari, is the difference between car culture and riding the subway everywhere: "Instead of walking in streets and subway stations full of potential options, I would be alone in my Prius filled with sh*tty gasoline, listening to a dumb podcast.
No matter the obstacle, we keep finding love and romance." So, here's how dating in seven different cities has adapted to the advent of digital technology: "In the city with arguably the most options, New York City, people discussed how it was hard to settle down because every corner you turned revealed more potential opportunities." This density of young, single people means that online dating is insanely popular, "almost everyone in all the focus groups there used the sites," and Ansari heard stories "like the woman who was Tindering on her way to a date to try to find a better date afterward." This is probably why the average age of marriage in New York City is around 30, for both men and women, as compared to the national average of 29 for men and 27 for women. There are a lot of options available, both online and in person, so there's no incentive to really invest in any one relationship. I couldn't wait to get home and hold my girlfriend." You know what's not at all like dating in New York or Los Angeles? Casual dating is forbidden in Qatar, and public displays of affection can be punished by time in prison.
Digital technology has helped create some workarounds, though.
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