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dc.contributor.advisorSoler, Franklin 
dc.creatorGuzmán Guzmán, David Leonardo 
dc.creatorBernal Manrique, Koryn 
dc.date.accessioned2016-07-05T16:29:46Z
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dc.date.created2016-06-02
dc.identifier.urihttp://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/12131
dc.descriptionLas preferencias en elección de pareja de hombres y mujeres interesados en establecer relaciones a largo plazo con personas de su mismo sexo biológico ha sido un tema de interés para el análisis evolucionista, ya que existe debate frente a los resultados de las investigaciones y los planteamientos de las teorías de inversión parental y estrategias sexuales. Con el objetivo de identificar qué características son preferidas por hombres y mujeres interesados en establecer una relación a largo plazo con personas de su mismo sexo biológico y contribuir a esta discusión, se llevó a cabo un estudio descriptivo en el que analizamos el contenido de 732 perfiles de hombres y mujeres (H=491; M=241) que buscaban una relación estable con parejas de su mismo sexo biológico. Las categorías analizadas fueron: edad, atractivo físico (apariencia, contextura, estatura y peso), estatus socioeconómico (situación laboral, nivel educativo y zona de residencia buscada), estado civil, número de hijos y hábitos saludables (fumar y beber). Los resultados encontrados muestran que los hombres presentan rangos amplios en las características deseadas en una pareja (edad=16.87; estatura=11.37; peso=15.23) y además buscan personas menores a la edad ofrecida (M=-4.17 años). En las mujeres se encontró que los rangos son más restringidos (edad=13.85; estatura=9.83; peso=12.77) y además prefieren parejas mayores (M=2.89 años). A nivel general, se evidencia que los resultados encontrados en la mayoría de las variables podrían indicar congruencia con los planteamientos de la teoría de inversión parental y estrategias sexuales; sin embargo, en otras variables los resultados no son claros.
dc.description.abstractMate choice preferences of men and women willing to establish long-term relationships with individuals of their same biological sex has been an interesting topic for the evolutionary analysis, as there is a debate between the results of several investigations and the statements of the parental investment theory and the sexual strategies theory. The goal of this study was to identify the preferences of mate selection in men and women interested in establish long-term relationships with people of the same biological sex. In order to contribute to this discussion, a descriptive study was done, in which we analyzed the content of 732 men and women’s web profiles (H=491; M=241) that were seeking a stable relationship with members of their same biological sex. The analyzed categories were:age, physical attractiveness (appearance, body type, height and weight), socioeconomic status (labor situation, educative level and sought residential zone), civil status, number of children and healthy habits (smoke and drink). The found results show that men exhibit wide ranges in desired characteristics when looking for a mate (age=16.87; height=11.37; weight=15.23) besides, they seek younger couples than themselves (M=-4.17 years). On the other hand, women exhibit more restricted ranges (age=13.85; height=9.83; weight=12.77) and also they prefer older couples than themselves (M=2.89 years). In sum, it is evidenced that the found results in the majority of the variables could indicate congruence with the statements of the parental investment theory and the sexual strategies theory; however, in other variables the results are not clear enough.
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dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.subjectPsicología evolucionista
dc.subjectteoría de la inversión parental
dc.subjectteoría de estrategias sexuales
dc.subjectelección de pareja
dc.subjectanuncios personales
dc.subject.ddcPsicología 
dc.subject.lembPsicología
dc.subject.lembDesviaciones sexuales::Aspectos Psicológicos
dc.titleCaracterísticas preferidas por hombres y mujeres que buscan pareja estable de su mismo sexo
dc.typebachelorThesis
dc.publisherUniversidad del Rosario
dc.creator.degreePsicólogo(a)
dc.publisher.programPsicología
dc.publisher.departmentEscuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud
dc.subject.keywordEvolutionary psychology
dc.subject.keywordparental investment theory
dc.subject.keywordsexual strategies theory
dc.subject.keywordmate choice
dc.subject.keywordpersonal advertisements
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dc.subject.decsPsicología
dc.subject.decsSexualidad
dc.subject.decsHomosexualidad
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