Volume 7, Issue 6-1, November 2018, Page: 14-18
Man-Woman, Parent-Child, and God-Human Love Featured on Behavioral, Emotional, and Cognitional Dimension
Mihyang Ju, Center of Gih Study, Jinju, South Korea; Department of Education, Korea National Open University, Seoul, South Korea
Haegyoung Lee, Departent of Youth Coaching & Counseling, Korea Soongsil Cyber University, Seoul, South Korea
Yang Lee, Center of Gih Study, Jinju, South Korea; Haskinis Laboratories, Yale University, New Heaven, USA
Received: Aug. 16, 2018;       Accepted: Aug. 16, 2018;       Published: Sep. 26, 2018
DOI: 10.11648/j.pbs.s.2018070601.13      View  600      Downloads  42
Abstract
What types of love are engaged in daily living qualify social relations. They feature aspects of religious, familial, and sexual relation. This study purposed to categorize types of love into man-woman, parent-child, and god-human relation, attempting to discriminate them by dimensions of activity as behavioral, emotional, and cognitional. A questionnaire was designed to test the three love types, profiled differently by the three activity dimensions. The results of rating response on 7-scale were Factor-analyzed to show independence of the love types. Analysis of the profiles showed differentiation of the love types; the man-woman love was drawn as the emotional, cognitional, and behavioral levels were near, the parent-child love was as the three activities were far, and the god-human love was due to religious kinds. Therefore, this study concluded that the love types were differentiated by the activity dimensions, which, in suggestion, would be generalized to varieties of human activities.
Keywords
Types of Love, Man-Woman, Parent-Child, God-Human, Dimensions of Activity, Behavior, Emotion, Cognition
To cite this article
Mihyang Ju, Haegyoung Lee, Yang Lee, Man-Woman, Parent-Child, and God-Human Love Featured on Behavioral, Emotional, and Cognitional Dimension, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences. Special Issue:Dimensions of Human Effort. Vol. 7, No. 6-1, 2018, pp. 14-18. doi: 10.11648/j.pbs.s.2018070601.13
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