Anita earned a Bachelor of Science in engineering degree from Stony Brook University in New York.
She also holds a Master of Science in engineering from the University of Michigan at Dearborn.
She cracks the code to having an intimate partner and shifts the relationship paradigms that might be in your way.
uses an apparatus approach to media analysis to examine logics of compatibility, online dating site procedures, and user narratives of popular matchmaking sites.
Shepherd's investigation serves as a case study to help understand the larger relationship between contemporary identity and what she calls Shepherd gives a careful theoretical treatment to the apparatus of digitally mediated matchmaking and its connections with traditional assumptions of love, romance, and the institution of marriage.
It is difficult to develop closeness with all that fire in one place and when you think about it, there is only one Sun in our Solar system and everything revolves around it.
Then what do you think, can it be possible to have two of them in one bed, circling around each other?
Whether we are looking for love in the right or wrong places, Shepherd shows us that what we love is central to how the internet makes itself known to us.
The theory of a biological basis of love has been explored by such biological sciences as evolutionary psychology, evolutionary biology, anthropology and neuroscience.
Human infants and children are for a very long time dependent on parental help.
Love has therefore been seen as a mechanism to promote mutual parental support of children for an extended time period.
Shepherd provides an exemplary methodology for digital rhetoric projects and takes the reader into the richly textured world of online dating systems.