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Is traditional dating/courtship extinct thanks to modern technology such as Internet dating?

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  • People still meet.

    No, traditional dating and courtship is not extinct thanks to modern technology, because traditional love stories still exist. Courtship is still important. Not everything, such as a person's true personality, is available on the internet. Although technology might have changed some things about the way we meet and date, relationships still happen in the real world.

  • Traditional dating/courtship is not extinct thanks to modern technology.

    Traditional dating/courtship is not extinct thanks to modern technology. Things have definitely changed now that the technology is there such as online matchmaking and dating although there are still many couples not using it. These things may help you get the date but you still have the romance of the first date.

  • No, dating is still popular.

    No, traditional dating or courtship is not extinct thanks to modern technology, because there are many people who still date or court traditionally. All the internet has done is open up a new way for people to date who might not want to use traditional ways. But someone who wants traditional dating or courting is still free to go that route if they want to.

  • It's Just Evolving

    I do not believe dating and courtship practices are dead due to modern technology. I believe the tradition has evolved and his barely recognizable from common practices a century ago. Young people still date and have courtships, but many new types of interactions have evolved, making the topic quite different than in the past.

  • No it is not.

    Right now Internet dating is not all that popular. People still have chances at meeting during school, at work, and while going out with friends. People meet each other every day making it perfect for dating and using traditional courtship. Everyone loves to interact in person, it is more real.


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