Questionnaire #1
Instructions: Please answer what you think the most reasonable reaction to each scenario is and why you believe that. You can use real life examples, observations, etc. that familiar to you if you wish to support your stance.
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Scenario 1:  The parents of a young woman who lived in the public eye had arranged her marriage to a man she’d never met but whose family’s cruel reputation proceeded them. The parents were desperate – they would be destitute without the marriage – and would not listen to any argument from the woman. When she met the man a week before the wedding, she felt attracted to him and hopeful. Later that night, however, she overheard him speaking with someone about his intentions; he said something that made her question how he would treat her after the marriage. She felt confused and distraught.

In your opinion, the woman’s most reasonable reaction to this scenario is to:
 
Scenario 2:  A boy was verbally abused daily by one particular instructor. After enduring the abuse and hating the man during all of his years of school, the boy learns that the teacher grew up in rough circumstances. The last the boy heard from him, the man is trying to make amends and explain why he had treated him so badly for so long. *

In your opinion, the boy’s most reasonable reaction to this scenario is to:
 
Scenario 3:  A young man pined after the girl he was in love with. While at a party, he tried to find her but instead found her cousin – a thirteen-year-old girl. Immediately, he feels attracted to her and begins to secretly court her. The two fall in love. They feel trapped by the disapproval of their parents and the encouragement of the girl’s family for her to enter into a relationship with a different boy whom they approved of, though. *

In your opinion, the thirteen-year-old’s most reasonable reaction to this scenario is to:
 
Scenario 4:  A boy and a girl faced fame together as a pretend couple on the big-screen.  The girl was in love with someone from her hometown, though, and the boy knew it.  Their shared fame and experiences connected them in a way that no one else could understand: her life was not something that she could openly share with the man she'd loved. During their time on television, the two developed romantic feelings for each other before those feelings turned toward hatred and mistrust.  After the end of the show, the two were still in the public eye but were allowed to live out the rest of their lives in semi-comfortable peace as they saw fit. *

In your opinion, the female’s most reasonable reaction to this scenario is to:
 
Scenario 5:  A woman had feelings for a man who seemed to reciprocate. When she found out that he had a horrid past filled with one-night-stands and gambling debts, she lost interest in him and wanted to tell people what she'd learned. She asked her sister for advice on how best to approach the situation, and the sister advised her to cut ties but tell no one of what she knew about his character since it would adversely affect those involved in his past who were innocent bystanders. *

In your opinion, the woman’s most reasonable reaction to this scenario is to:
 
Scenario 6:  A middle-aged man lived a comfortable, respectable life.  A group came to him and made him an offer to participate in a robbery to retrieve property that they claimed had been stolen from them, promising a reward for his assistance.  Although he never dreamt of such excitement in his life and feared the judgment of his neighbors who would see him leave and those with whom they gossiped for doing something so reckless, he considered. *

In your opinion, the man’s most reasonable reaction to this scenario is to:
 
Scenario 7:  A man married a woman with whom he was infatuated.  After they married, however, she began to slip into insanity.  For certain reasons, he couldn’t divorce her; instead of sending her away, though, he kept her at home to take care of her himself.  When he began to fall in love with another woman who believed he was unmarried, his wife attacked the woman. After the attack, she confronted him about the person who had tried to harm her. *

In your opinion, the man’s most reasonable reaction to this scenario is to:
 
Scenario 8:  A homosexual woman feared rejection and condemnation from her family and peers, so she kept her sexuality a secret.  One of her friends fell in love with her.  She had the option to tell him the truth or to lead him on and preserve the appearance of heterosexuality. *

In your opinion, the woman’s most reasonable reaction to this scenario is to:
 
Country of residence, gender, sexuality, marital status, and general age range:

These will be for categorizing answers and finding correlations.You don't not have to answer if you wish not to.
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