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Chapter 11: Belonging
The text describes two ingredients to belongingness and notes that partial satisfaction occurs when only one of these is fulfilled. Discuss the two ingredients and relationship examples of each that may lead to partial satisfaction. Then, consider how the dynamics of and need for belonging manifest in a world where near constant "connection" is possible. How might technology influence belonging? Think specifically about more recent technological advances, the impact of the Internet, and social networking sites, as well as smart phone. 

 

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