The process of connection in terms of love discussion

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write a 5 page essay double spaced MLA format I have attached a file named paper 1, the required format for the paper is on the bottom of the page. The question is also on the top of the page.

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read pages 165-189 this is about Fredrickson.

Paper 1 Expos 355: 101 Readings: Barbara Fredrickson, “Love 2.0” (New Humanities Reader) At several points in her essay, Fredrickson describes love as a process of connection using terms such as “coupling” (111), “bond” (114), and “click” (116), among others. She claims that “[p]ositivity resonance lies in the action, the doing, the connecting” (109). More than that, she claims “[l]ove… is not lasting. It’s actually far more fleeting than most of us would care to acknowledge” (108). To what extent does this process of connection and idea of impermanence alter how we think about our physical and mental experiences of love? To what extent might these theories account for the possibility of a more lasting love? Questions to Get You Started: • What is positivity resonance? Is this a verb or a noun? • What is the process of connection in terms of love? What biological systems build this connection? • How does “love beget love” (120-121) according to Fredrickson and the experiments and studies presented in this essay? • How does Fredrickson’s perception of love as a process differ from traditional notions of love? Rough Draft Due: Wednesday, January 30 (four full pages) Please upload (as an attachment) to Assignments on our Sakai site (sakai.rutgers.edu) by 12:00 PM on Wednesday, January 30. Please share on the class Google Drive as well. Final Draft Due: Wednesday, February 6 (five full pages) Please upload (as an attachment) to Assignments on our Sakai site (sakai.rutgers.edu) by 12:00 PM on Wednesday, February 6. Late rough drafts will result in a half-letter grade deduction from the final of Paper. Late final drafts will result in a full-letter grade deduction from Paper. Required: * stapled *double spaced *1-inch margins *12-pt. font (Times New Roman) * MLA format (Your headers, page numbers, and quotations should be formatted properly.) * See Keys for Writers

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Paper 1: Expos 355: 101
In her book, Fredrickson discusses various concepts that surround love, its occurrence,
and how it is shared among two people. The author considers love as a verb or a process that
comprises of biological systems and she uses terms like bond, coupling, and click to describe the
process. This paper explains Fredrickson’s description of love as a verb an a process, explores
the various systems that make up love, and explains the principle of “love begets love”.
Fredrickson uses a number of concepts that have a special meaning in relation to love.
One of these concepts is positivity resonance. In order to understand the meaning of positivity
resonance, one has to explore its role in love from the different perspectives that the author
provides. In her book, Fredrick writes that love is an experience that humans undergo that can be
identified through variations in their emotional wellbeing and the connection that they have with
one another. In this case, factors such as positive emotion sharing, synchronization among
partners, and the existence of mutual care fluctuate from highs to lows. These fluctuations are
not only identified in the bond of love that exists among those in romantic relationships, but it
can also be seen in other settings including the relationship between a parent and a child. All
these concepts are what define positivity resonance.
Positivity resonance can be understood as a scenario where an emotion exists among two
or more people. It is a term that the author uses interchangeably with love. For instance, she
states that one can “think of love, or positivity resonance” as a set among complex and recurrent
scenes that occur when an emotion exists between two people (p. 109). When such a bond is

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shared among two or more people, it positively unfurls across both their minds and their bodies.
This makes positivity resonance an integral process within...

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