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2009 | 42 | 4 | 105-118
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INFORMATION-COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN OUR LIVES: THE INTERPLAY OF ICT AND ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS

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Relationships among different aspects of romantic relationship quality, the usage of information and communication technologies (ICT), characteristics of a relationship, demographics, and personality were examined on a sample of 407 students in the Republic of Slovenia. The findings suggest that the most important factor in determining the quality of a romantic relationship is companionship (joint activities of a romantic couple). Romantic couples who generally spent more time in joint activities also spent more time using ICT in maintaining their romantic relationship. The usage of ICT in a romantic relationship itself does not influence the quality of that relationship. The general usage of ICT, however, deteriorates the quality of the romantic relationship. Once we take into account the impact of companionship, personality variables do not provide any unique contributions to romantic relationship quality.
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  • Milan Pagon, Henry B. Tippie College of Business, University of Iowa, CIMBA Campus Italy, Via Collegio 40, 31011 Asolo (TV), Italy
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10SIAAAA076515
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