Question 1- Outline and evaluate two contrasting theories of interpersonal relationships. Support your evaluation with cited evidence. (LO1/AC1.1) WORD COUNT GUIDANCE: 500-600 words (The two theories need to be Matching Hypothesis and Social Exchange Theory) Question 2- With reference to research, analyse each of the various stages of relationships. (LO2/A/C2.1) WORD COUNT GUIDANCE: 600-800 words a)Formation b)Maintenance c)Dissolution The 600- 800 words need to be divided between all three of the above. Question 3-There are many different aspects of interpersonal relationships. Please discuss two positive and two negative effects that interpersonal relationships have on the individual.
contraception doesn’t necessarily mean that they despise the fact of being impregnated, they just may not be ready at that time of being. Another reason why this premise is slightly invalid is because contraception isn’t just for birth control. Many people use contraception to regulate their menstrual cycle, it makes periods less painful, and it also reduces your risk of uterus cancer and ovarian cysts. Although Marquis only covers the fact that it may prevent the making of a baby, he disregards the fact that it is also used for other reasons that may benefit the woman taking it. A rebuttal to the above counterargument is the fact that Marquis’s main argument is on abortion. He understands that contraception is used in other aspects but he’s mainly just covering the fact that it is wrong to reduce the chances of a potential living being, but also the fact that it does reduce your egg count and it kills the sperm cells.. His premise on contraception is proved to be factual since he does provide scientific reasoning in the fact that using contraception such as birth control can reduce the chances of someone being impregnated because it decreases your egg cell count. In conclusion, both arguments explain the faults of abortion, where John T. Noonan’s argument is based solely on the distinctions and differences of anti-abortion, whereas Don Marquis focuses on the faults of abortionist ideas. Marquis proves to have the more successful argument in the fact that he provides many factual, value laden claims that make his premises strong, which then makes his conclusion strong making his argument deductive. His premises are so strong that when countered, it can still be proven valid. John Noonan’s argument is proven to be the weaker argument based on the fact that many of his premises can be countered with great reasoning, and the fact that many of Noonan’s premises were proven wrong and countered by Marquis’s premises, making Noonan’s argument weak and inductive.>GET ANSWER