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As a result, she said, the offline daters “may be a weirdly skewed group, or as sociologists would say negatively select.”Professor Lundquist also questioned the motivations for the survey, pointing to the anecdotal belief among many daters that Tinder’s picture-based feature leads it to be a “hookup” app rather than a mechanism for finding long-term partners.
“It seems like Tinder is trying to work on their image with this survey,” she said.
But despite Tinder’s aims, and researchers’ varying methods, the app’s conclusions about the desire of online daters to commit may not be unfounded.
In a 2012 report on a study by the sociologists Michael Rosenfeld and Reuben J.
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She “swiped right” on a photo of John in a tuxedo giving a speech at a wedding. Six months later, they bought a house together; a few months later, they were engaged.
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