Larissa Faws writing on female professional's and dating in Forbes magazine states: “we do have certain non-negotiable expectations for potential mates…life has always gone according to our plans, so why wouldn’t we land a man with these (reasonable) requirements” but finding time to do so can be difficult.
As a result, online dating has become the logical choice for busy professionals, because it provides “access to potential partners whom people would be unlikely to meet through other avenues.” Our technology is based on the “Five Factor Model” of personality traits it tells us what makes you unique, it also allows us to consider what you look for in a relationship.
This course provides a detailed, critical overview of these topics, both in terms of the techniques themselves, and their archaeological applications.
So while finding romance as a busy professional might be difficult, it is certainly worth the effort.
Taking your love life online can help you to achieve that elusive ‘work-life balance’, without intruding on your day to day.
One of the biggest advantages of being online is that you have the space to be discerning.
Furthermore, chronologies built up from dating and other evidence enable us to understand processes at work in the archaeological record.
This course looks at the scientific dating methods most commonly applied, including the practical aspects of radiocarbon, luminescence, tephrochronology and dendrochronology.We need to be able to put past events onto a timescale if we are to understand them properly.