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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Gender differences in jealousy : the innate module theory reconsidered /

Harris, Christine R. January 1998 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of California, San Diego, 1998. / Vita. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 140-147).
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Non-"Cures of jealousy": Cervantes and Shakespeare to Proust and beyond

Lo, Wai-chun, Louis., 勞維俊. January 2005 (has links)
published_or_final_version / abstract / Comparative Literature / Doctoral / Doctor of Philosophy
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Jealousy in Close Relationships Among Emerging Adults

Blomquist, Katrina Poetzl January 2014 (has links)
<p>Using a mix of quantitative and qualitative measures, the current study examines how jealousy is experienced and expressed in close peer relationships during emerging adulthood. 193 college student participants (94 males, 99 females) described actual jealousy experiences, answered questions from a newly developed jealousy questionnaire, and completed questionnaires assessing individual characteristics. To better understand the phenomenon of jealousy, descriptive data are presented regarding a variety of jealousy features. An interest in the role of gender and relationship context prompted an examination of the association between gender, relationship context, and jealousy variables. Additionally, a number of hypotheses are tested regarding factors that affect jealousy intensity and frequency. Results suggest jealousy experiences during college are normative and similarly experienced by males and females. However, friendship jealousy has qualities that differ markedly from romantic relationship jealousy. Implications of these findings are discussed. Study limitations and ideas for future research are also addressed.</p> / Dissertation
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A study of cross-cultural and gender differences in the experience of jealousy.

January 2002 (has links)
Gender differences in the experience of jealousy have been the subject of research interest since the work of Freud. Recent research seems to indicate that males may be more distressed by their partners' sexual infidelity, whereas females are possibly more upset by emotional infidelity. Evolutionary psychologists believe these gender differences are the result of different adaptive problems faced by males and females over the course of evolutionary history. This view has been criticised by social psychologists and feminist theorists, who assert that gender differences in the experience of jealousy are the result of socialisation practices and power imbalances in society. This study examined gender differences in the experience of jealousy in a cross-cultural sample. The results provided only partial support for the evolutionary model. Strongly significant gender differences were found, but the difference was driven mostly by a large majority female dislike of emotional infidelity. Males across the sample were ambivalent, selecting sexual and emotional infidelity as approximately equally distressing. Significant cultural differences were found, suggesting that cultural factors may play a part in the experience of jealousy. / Thesis (M.A.)- University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, 2002.
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Du bon usage de la jalousie dans quatre romans de Colette

Goudin-Desphelippon, Laurence January 1992 (has links)
This thesis tackles the theme of jealousy considered as a genuine Art de vivre in four of Colette's novels: Le Ble en herbe, La Chatte, Duo, and La Seconde. / The first part of the thesis deals with the years of learning when protagonists gradually discover love's hardships. It's through their pangs and suffering that each one of them will become aware of his or her place in society. / In the second part devoted to young couples will appear the progressive awareness, painful though necessary, that the partner is hopelessly a stranger. / The last part studies the differences in behavioral patterns of men and women in the life of the couple. With Colette the man regresses and sinks where the woman draws strength from revolt and learns solidarity in womanhood and how to go beyond herself. In Colette's feminine universe jealousy is then a positive element encompassing self awareness and mastery over oneself enabling thus through careful and appropriate use a renewal of the feeling of love.
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Du bon usage de la jalousie dans quatre romans de Colette

Goudin-Desphelippon, Laurence January 1992 (has links)
No description available.
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L'espace jaloux dans "La Jalousie" et dans "Sodome et Gomorrhe".

Rogers, Suzanne Provost. January 1995 (has links)
In Alain Robbe-Grillet's La Jalousie and Marcel Proust's Sodome et Gomorrhe, semantic duality of "jealousy" makes it both a realistic objective architectural element (the shutter in the window) and an abstract subjective element (the feeling of jealousy). Architectural jealousy constitutes a metaphor of romantic jealousy, which is a formalization of jealous love in the text. The romantic environment makes jealous love appear a part of "natural" reality. Some techniques are used to colorize the decor according to an "interior universe." Fragmentation of space and the delineation of text into borders contribute to illustrate the paradoxical jealous space in which one can see the object of one's jealousy, but where one always meets only oneself. The closing of the text into borders allows displacement by way of analogy, description and understatement, processes that force the reader to explore the allegorical narrative and the jealous space, a textual space. In a metaphorical place, the distortion of the narrative instance's point of view brings on analogical displacement. In La Jalousie, the traces revealing the presence of the narrator in the narrative can be observed. The motifs reflect his own image, in a jealous space. The narrator of La Recherche displaces the object of his jealousy who is not Albertine but the text itself. The text is the jealous object. The characters, as per Bakhtin's theories, try to escape the dictatorial point of view of the jealous narrator; they hide in folds of text where there exist blind spots, shades and reflections. They use the romantic fallacy to represent to the narrator the image he wishes to see. The socio-semiotic paradigm illustrates the narrator's masculine voice, which only suggests the recipient of jealousy, the "she" object. Romanticism renders dictatorial jealousy obscure; it then appears as jealous love. Jealousy constitute a metaphor of the untold in the narrative.
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ROMANTIC JEALOUSY AS A REACTANCE PHENOMENON (LOVE)

Collier, Scott Jeffery, 1960- January 1985 (has links)
No description available.
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Intrusive expressions of jealousy /

Whitford, Hayley S. Unknown Date (has links)
Thesis (PhDPsychology)--University of South Australia, 2002.
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Persoonlikheidskenmerke van jaloerse persone : 'n vergelykende studie

Basson, P. J. 28 August 2012 (has links)
M.A. / A summary of existing and relevant literature confirms that conceptualisation, measuring and determination of the origin of jealousy are currently still in an infantile phase when compared to other psychological phenomena such as anxiety.Jealousy is an emotion that is responsible for considerable emotional and physical suffering and discomfort. Considering society's uneasy silence about jealousy, it would seem that scientific studies about jealousy are warranted. Since personality forms the base from which jealousy originates and from where it ripples out wards to influence relationships between individuals, families, population groups, et cetera, it was decided to undertake a study of the personality of the jealous person. The purpose of the study, therefore, is to determine whether there are statistically significant differences in certain personality dimensions between a group of jealous and a group of significantly less jealous female students at a tertiary institution. Jealousy is discussed on the basis of the current state of literature on the topic. A distinction is made between jealousy and a similar emotional experience namely envy, after which a model of romantic jealousy is presented. The possibility of psychopathology as a result of jealousy is then investigated as well as the typical coping behaviour displayed by a jealous person. Furthermore, the relationship between jealousy and personality with specific reference to the typical personality traits of the adult jealous individual is considered.

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