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Alan Sillars of the University of Montana, was conducted on 274 college students at a large public university.
They found that while 94 percent of participating students were familiar with the phrase "hooking up,” there was no consensus about what “hooking up” actually entailed.
Based on these results, Holman expressed concern that the gossip around “hooking up” may make the practice seem more common than it is, causing students to engage in potentially risky behavior because they believe everyone is doing it.
The study concluded by attempting to finally define “hooking up" as entailing certain sex acts "between two people who are not dating or in a serious relationship and do not expect anything further.” Why Define It?
But is pinning down the definition actually useful?
" A recent study of how social networks lead college students to define, perceive, and participate in “hooking up” showed that while everybody is talking about it, no one is exactly sure what it means.
The study, conducted by Amanda Holman, a doctoral student at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln, and Dr.
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