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Herenía García Serrán
España
Rafael Torregrosa Rodríguez
España
Encarna Soriano
U. Almería
España
Vol. 5 (2021), Artículos, Páginas 130-150
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/modulema.v5i.22355
Recibido: Sep 30, 2021 Aceptado: Dec 2, 2021 Publicado: Dec 17, 2021
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Objetivos: Este estudio analiza las relaciones de amigos con beneficios y los diferentes subtipos que la componen. Pretende conocer el predominio, la satisfacción, la aspiración futura de los participantes y los estilos de amor. Método: 400 personas de nacionalidad española completaron un cuestionario sobre vínculos relacionales y estilos de amor. Resultados: los amigos con beneficios es una práctica común, aunque la relación romántica es más prevalente y satisfactoria. Los estilos de amor son diferentes según el género y el vínculo relacional. Conclusión: Se muestra un universo relacional cambiante, formas de poliamor que conviven con las relaciones tradicionales y roles de género que se están transformando.

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