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Niniejszy artykuł zawiera prezentację wyników badań i analiz przedstawionych w literaturze anglojęzycznej dotyczących użytkowników portali randkowych – ich charakterystykę, preferencje, oczekiwania, autoprezentację i doświadczenia związane z randkowaniem online. Strukturę prezentowania wyników wyznacza dziewięcioetapowy prototyp procesu nawiązywania romantycznych relacji z osobą poznaną na portalu randkowym. Efektem podjętych rozważań była próba opisania zmian, jakie zachodzą w sposobie poszukiwania partnera życiowego. Randkowanie online różni się od konwencjonalnego randkowania pod wieloma względami: korzystaniem z nowoczesnych technologii, dostępem do potencjalnych kandydatów, etapami selekcji i samego procesu poznawania drugiej osoby. Pomimo tych różnić nie można jednoznacznie stwierdzić, czy zainicjowanie związku w sieci, a nie w świecie offline różnicuje relacje między partnerami pozostającymi w związku.

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