Surname 1NameProfessorCourseDateModern RomanceSummaryThe fifth chapter examines the relationship and searches for soul mates in other regions,and the most outstanding thing is that in Japan men have resorted to technical means to havetheir sexual needs met, as opposed to dating. He, however, begins with describing romance inEurope that he concludes to have been less libertine. That is when he goes ahead and presents theresearch in societies such as the Japanese where sexual cultures were found In 2012, 41.3percent of married couples had not had sex in the past month, the highest percentage since thefigures became available in 2004. There was a steady rise over the previous ten years, from 31.9percent in 2004. (Ansari and Klinenberg 117). Through these statistics, Ansari reveals that theromance future is bleak and not only because of the numbers but also because of the statisticsthat are collected from interviews with the singles who confessed that people seek alternativeways to have their sexual needs met compared over having romantic relationships. He concludesby looking at the negative effects of the technology such as people breaking up via textmessages, people sharing their nude photos and the increase in fidelity due to social media.Romantic relationship in the modern Japanese cultureWhen Ansari chooses to do an international investigation on how people are developingromantic relationships, the one that stands out and that should worry the mod ...
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