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Indeed, most studies have found no difference between Catholic colleges and their secular counterparts when it comes to hooking up, despite the fact that most students report being unhappy with casual sexual encounters. Approximately 80 percent of the students identified as Catholic; everyone was required to take three classes in theology; and residence halls were segregated by gender.

The hookup culture is appealing in part because it is so low-risk. Perhaps the best hope is further research.

The same applies to the hookup culture on college campuses. And not all students see hookup culture the same way.

Faith with Benefits: Hookup Culture on Catholic Campuses

Based on two years of surveys and interviews, Faith with Benefits argues that the connection between the religious culture and hookup culture of Catholic campuses is neither simple nor straightforward. By Lesli White Pixabay. Eighty-five percent of these assailants are known, usually boyfriends, ex-boyfriends, or classmates.

In certain cliques, in certain social circles, it does. Two of my grandchildren have participated in such ceremonies. In doing so, King addresses the questions of students who don't know where to turn for practical guidance on how to navigate an ever-shifting network of hookups.

Those campuses at the extremes of Catholic identity—those with very strong or marginal Catholic identity—have the lowest rates of hooking up, while those in the middle have the highest rates of hooking up. Hopefully, more schools will examine the culture on their campuses to see what is happening and, more importantly, what helps to make the place better.

There was not one hookup culture but multiple ones. It is a culture of pretend because college students overestimate the number of their peers having sex and on the whole want meaningful relationships. Indeed, most studies have found no difference between Catholic colleges and their secular counterparts when it comes to hooking up, despite However, as we saw last week, in the parlance of moral theology the term has a more basic, neutral meaning.