Is the internet changing the relationship between the sexes? While eighty per cent of those interviewed in polls say that affairs are wrong, for example, the percentage who admit to having had an affair has doubled every ten years to 2010. Looking at the latest data, social scientist Catherine Hakim traces new faultlines between men and women and how they are shifting in our increasingly sexualized culture in this landmark study of modern love and marriage.
Dr Catherine Hakim is a British social scientist who has written extensively on women's issues, female employment, sex discrimination, and social and family policy. She has also published books on social statistics and research design. She lives in West London