Social network influence on relational termination and renewal
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This study’s focus was on individuals who are currently in romantic relationships or who were in one within the past six months. The goal of the study was to learn more about the relationship between the perceived difficulty of renewing a recently terminated relationship or terminating a current romantic relationship and social network closeness, integration, and levels of perceived support for the relationship from network members. The findings for this study support the prediction that an individual’s perceived difficulty of terminating an intact relationship was positively related to their levels of closeness with their partner’s social network members, the individual’s partner’s closeness with the individual’s social network members, and the perceived support for the relationship from network members.
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