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‐Tell me about yourself. (how serious a student is she, what are her career goals, how committed ‐What are your educational and career goals?
‐Describe your social life in Lawrence (probe for: alcohol use, casual sex, expectations) ‐Describe the last time you went out ‐Are you in a relationship? Tell me about it.
‐Hook ups and friends/peers: expectations. “Do you have any friends who hook up? Would you ever do that?” ‐Describe any subsequent interactions with men you have hooked up with.
‐Facebook: what is it roles in facilitating hookups/dating?