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Marriage Summarize the content of the video. (50 words)- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kp4FLeY6F9g Self-Assessment- Take the Attitudes Toward Marriage Scale below. Identify your score and what your score means about your view of marriage. What previous experiences have you had which help to explain your score- include your socialization from your parents in your family of orientation (the family you were born into), peers, siblings, romantic relationship (current and previous), movies, music, and social media in your answer. (300-400 words) Attitudes Toward Marriage Scale (Score was 88) The higher your score—140 is the highest possible score—the more positive your view of marriage. The lower your score—20 is the lowest possible score—the more negatively you view marriage. The midpoint is 60. Scores lower than 60 suggest more a negative view of marriage; scores higher than 60 suggest a more positive view of marriage. Norms The norming sample of this self-assessment was based on 53 undergraduate men and 155 undergraduate women in 2018. The average score of the males was 87 and the average score of the females was 92, suggesting a predominantly positive view of marriage with females more positive than males. • Love Summarize the content of the video. (50 words)- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7hKC01e-NQ&feature=youtu.be Self-Assessment- Take the Love Attitudes Scale below. What is your score and what does it mean in terms of your having a romantic or a realistic view of love? What previous experiences have you had which help to explain your score/love attitudes- include your socialization from your parents in your family of orientation (the family you were born into), peers, siblings, romantic relationship (current and previous), movies, music, and social media in your answer.. (300-400 words) The Love Attitudes Scale (Score was 85) There are no right or wrong answers. Add the numbers you wrote to the left of each item. 1 (strongly agree) is the most romantic response and 5 (strongly disagree) is the most realistic response. The lower your total score—30 is the lowest possible score—the more romantic your attitudes toward love. The higher your total score—150 is the highest possible score—the more realistic your attitudes toward love. A score of 90 places you at the midpoint between being an extreme romantic and an extreme realist. Of 52 undergraduate males, 82 was the average score; of 154 undergraduate females, 86 was the average score. Hence, these undergraduates tended to be romantic with men slightly more romantic than women. •