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Second, we are not suggesting that social exchange theory can be applied universally across different settings and different types of behaviors. Data are weighted to reflect the regional distribution of college students. These models are substantively similar to the logit regression results presented below; however, for the sake of simplicity, parsimony, and interpretability, we display only the logit regression results. Therefore, dyadic power within relationships is determined not only by intra-relationship factors, such as the relative social status and physical attractiveness of partners, but also by market characteristics. The Demographic Opportunity Thesis The dyadic power thesis articulated above emphasizes power dynamics between men and women. Dating is not dead, but it seems increasingly understood as commencing after an exclusive and perhaps even sexual relationship is formed England et al. Colleges tend to attract individuals with similar backgrounds, tastes, and abilities, and thus facilitate the search for partners.