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Volume 46:3 (2007) Print


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In this issue of BYU Studies, Bruce A. Chadwick and others present A Survey of Dating and Marriage at BYU. In 2002, the authors conducted an extensive survey asking BYU undergraduates about their attitudes and practices in hanging out, dating, and deciding to marry. The results provide evidence that BYU students do in fact act quite differently from their counterparts at other American universities, making BYU unique. Here find data about the surprising frequency of hanging out and dating and how BYU students overwhelmingly keep the law of chastity.

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