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    trusted confidants and critics, act as loyal allies, and provide stability in times of stress or transition”’ (qtd. in Dolich 1) Even in the beginning, when man was first created and put in the Garden of Eden to work the ground, there was a need for friendship and companionship. As God says while watching Adam work, “‘it is not good for man to be alone. I will make a companion for him.’” (qtd. in Adam…2:18). From the rib of Adam, God created Eve who was to be Adams companion forever. Do we even need this

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    psychology at the University of Central Florida. Her interests are in educational psychology and education reform. Her thesis, published in 2012, focused on the representation of young male adults in contemporary fiction, and appears to be the forerunner of the article, “Best Mates: an exploration of male adolescent friendships in contemporary young adult fictions”. Dr. Gill approaches the topic of young men entering adulthood through the eyes of several authors. Through novels such as Doing It (2003)

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    Emerson discuss the importance of male friendship, and all four characters make statements about the superiority of friendship above other associations. However, the tone, the interpretation of friendship, and manner of rhetoric is influenced by the translation of the individual writer’s culture. Aristotle uses a rather categorical approach to friendship. By making strict delineations and then using examples, he establishes a rather strict definition of friendship that is created along lines of social

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    the innocence of male companionship, the two most tolerant characters are the most overtly heterosexual characters, and homosexuality is depicted as a personal rather than social or political problem, despite the time period of this play. I think that Winchell is correct in all these thoughts, but what I want to know is what was Williams' approach, and that is never answered. In Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Williams goes out of his way to question whether a very close male friendship can be purely and

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    feelings. Then there are the people and researchers who say it depends on the person that is being questioned. Although, cross-gender friendship research is still relatively new, I believe that men and women cannot be just friends because of sexual tension, jealousy, and unreciprocated feeling, although cross-gender friendships can be similar to same-gender friendships because

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    argues that America has turned to a nation that places friendship very low in its priorities. He describes the parallels between our lives and the lives of Solarians in the science-fiction novel The Naked Sun by Isaac Asimov, saying that we keep ourselves physically isolated and communicate virtually, except for in very special circumstances. Despite having many friends on Facebook and other social media sites, we tend to overlook real friendships, preferring “a diluted kind” of relationship available

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    friend is, “A single soul dwelling in two bodies” (1). Friendship is an important factor in Sailor Moon, considering her friends have given their lives for Usagi’s own life multiple times. Many may say that the popular anime and manga has created unrealistic expectations of friendship, because not many people would risk their lives for their best friends. But nobody says lives have to be given to show dedication to friends. Regardless, friendship is something people in our world yearn for. Everyone

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    went on, our moms of course noticed our growing friendship and had begun to start insinuating a romance between

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    The purpose of this study is to examine the friendship composition among high school teenagers and analyze the demographic patterns of the friendship links. Furthermore, the authors estimate if friendship composition have an effect on educational outcomes. The authors intend to close some gaps in the teenage friendship literature by focusing on the effects of the peer composition rather than the cohort quality of the teenager. They use survey data from the National Longitudinal Study of Youth Adolescent

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    In J.R.R. Tolkien 's novel The Hobbit, male friendship is a major theme that exists throughout the text. Male individuals form special bonds with one another through loyalty and support. Even in the warlike setting through the whole of the novel, characters who otherwise couldn 't be friends find a common ground and are able to form a friendship and become dependable. In the Fandom, the importance of these male characters retaining their friendships is relevant everywhere in art, fan fiction, and

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