Although she gave some lengthy lectures to them over their responsibility to their wives, she was puzzled much how her puritanical gestures too were igniting men to date.
Pamela Druckerman who was brought up in American culture where adultery is viewed as a dreadful sin, found that Americans too indulge in extra marital affairs knowing well that a Damocles’ sword is hanging over his head by way of collapsing the marriage. As a result, cheating the affair partner becomes the immediate tool for them to wend with. Druckerman knew that adultery was universal; finding the statistics of 3.6% Americans indulging in adultery, she thought of collecting more information on adultery around the world. In her puritanical backdrop, she assumed it is a global virus. To dig out the hidden rules, she went around the world and interviewed several people both men and women about what they thought of adultery.
Throughout her work Druckerman has just collected scores of info on adultery, especially how many times people had affair in a particular year of interview. She had no idea of doing any scientific research and hence she had not formulated any research question and her enthralling journey on the purpose was just to dig out what is the cultural and psychological association adultery had in all the countries. However, there was an inner urge within her that drove her to see if there was any country free from adultery, which she found nil.
Mostly middle class urbanites were interviewed by Druckerman. She met them at their exit of hotel rooms after their tryst hours of 5.00 to 7.00. She also interviewed some old women aged above 60 in their homes and collected information on their experience of adultery and their experience of facing adultery. She employed a chat like discourse with the people and elicited info. Probably she had selected this class of urbanites hoping to acquire a free flow of their thoughts.
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