Factors That Affect College Students Attitudes Toward Interracial Dating
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- The study examined the influence of race, gender, and previous interracial dating experience on interracial dating attitudes.
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Interracial Dating Attitudes among College Students
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Five-hundred and twenty-two respondents acknowledged an agree or disagree position on being open to interracial dating. This relatively low percentage of interracial marriages has been stable for decades. Subjects Keywords Interracial dating. Ten months was the median number of months respondents reported dating their current partner. Academic journal article College Student Journal.
Future research should further examine racial identity salience and its role in partner selection. Individuals who circled Neither Agree nor Disagree were eliminated from the analysis. Item Type Thesis or Dissertation.
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- Five-hundred and eighty-three respondents reported that they had or had not dated interracially.
- Previous researchers have documented the greater acceptance of blacks versus whites for interracial relationships Rosenblatt et al.
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- This study focused on attitudes and behaviors of college students regarding interracial relationships.