News article on online dating
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Sociologist Dr Kevin Lewis of the University of California told the USA Today newspaper that women must be careful with online dates.
He said: "For women, there are lots of guys who are just creepy or unattractive or undesirable." He also said men can have problems finding a date: "They can't get a woman to respond because [women get] so many messages." Dr Lewis also said that 38 per cent of online daters have read an online profile of someone they knew.
The explosion of online dating has given academic researchers an unprecedented opportunity: to analyze vast troves of digital data to tell a fuller story on how humans, in this moment in time, are approaching the dating game.
New research from Australia sheds light on what online daters are actually looking for, and how those criteria dynamically evolve as they age.The study, to be published in the upcoming April issue of the journal Personality and Individual Differences, shows that the importance of education levels is one factor that changes significantly with age.The study found that online daters with a high level of education are consistently likely to reach out to those who have the same level of education when they are younger.The researchers from Queensland University of Technology analyzed hundreds of thousands of online dating interactions from the Australian dating site RSVP, involving 41,000 individuals during a four-month period last year.The participants ranged in age from 18 to 80 years old.In research terms, this phenomenon is known as “positive assortative mating behavior,” or homogamy.