Propinquity… not the Monkees’ song.

I wrote a research paper on the topic of propinquity in interpersonal relationship development as part of an undergraduate sociology course.  At that time MySpace was the big name on the block in what today we call social media, and Facebook was a mere curiosity among college students. Today, there is hardly an area of our lives that social media doesn’t touch upon: from dating to cooking, from staying connected with family and friends to meeting random strangers for God knows what; from sharing photos to selling a handmade quilt.  Continue reading “Propinquity… not the Monkees’ song.”