Catharine said it best when she described courtship
as a process that allows her to concentrate my energies on doing what God wants me to do, rather than on what I want to do.
The final chapter begins: 'If at this point, readers know far more about how courtship
functions in the Shakespearean world, they may still wonder what conclusions can be drawn from so complex a set of possibilities'.
She develops this reading into an account of the whole book as an expression of Spenser's exasperation with the failure of his courtship
Ballads such as |The Country-man's Delight; Or, The Happy Wooing, Being the Successful Love of John the Serving-Man, in his courting of Joan the Dairymaid' and church court cases show that courtship
often began while in service, frequently with servants in the same household.
The Diptera insects have developed diverse courtship
and mating behaviours, which are the stereotypic sequence of behaviors evoked by the cues including visual, tactile, acoustic, and chemical stimuli (Ewing, 1983).
Comparative study of courtship
in twelve phycitine moths (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae).
We can then begin to build a much more detailed historical picture of courtship
and marriage in this period than we can get from the historical archives.
Like us humans, relationships and courtship
in the bird world takes many forms.
According to Fuller (2001), such studies can provide details on male competitive behavior, courtship
behavior, and the degree to which males can force mating.
ie said 42% of people opt for online courtship
but still expect their would-be partners to turn on the charm.
You can't just have what you want; you also have to do some courtship
and there is courtship
on both sides and we study the market place processes by which those types of courtship
We explored the relationship between size of individuals and courtship
success in the kelp perch, Brachyistius frenatus, off the coast of southern California at Santa Catalina Island.