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Help with a Twilight research project?

Postby carodriguez27 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 11:59 am

Hey all! I'm new to the forums here, and I'm working on a HUGE research project that involves Twilight.I'm a college student, and I'm trying to determine if people with certain love styles are more likely to be die-hard twilight fans. :) I'm also trying to figuring out how Twilight affects our thinking about what constitutes romance. Would any of you be so kind as to help me out with this project? I wont be taking any personal information at all, and any information I gather would not be shared explicitly, either.
The only constraint is that you have to have read the books. :D

For any of you who may not know what love styles are, I'll give you a brief synopsis:

There are 6 love styles: Eros, Ludus, Storge, Pragma, Manic, and Agape. Each love style has its own characteristics unique from the others, and knowing ones love style can be really helpful in understanding how you love and who you are most compatible with.

Anyone want to help me out? I'd really, really, REALLY appreciate any help I can get. The more survey responses I get back, the more accurate my study will be. ;)
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Re: Help with a Twilight research project?

Postby December » Wed Nov 28, 2012 11:07 pm

Mod's note: We actually have a dedicated thread for posting requests for help with Twilight-related theses (it comes up a lot!). You might try reposting there and see if you get any responses. The Communing forum tends to get read more by mods than ordinary users. Good luck! Sounds like an interesting project.
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