Interracial dating among college students updating drivers of windows 7 and tuning
Students were asked about their dating preferences for African-American men.
The study investigated how physical appearance, trust, and attitudes about interracial relationships affected their dating selection.
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This finding is in contrast to existing literature.
Attitude differences between young African-American female college students and the older African-American female college students were found.
This begins to show that cohabiting and interracial dating are similar in a way – they are considered ‘non normative’ behaviors.
Its no wonder students that choose to engage in ‘non mainstream’ behavior in one area express a similar tendency in other areas.92% of those who have earlier dated interracially were open to doing so again and only 32% of those who had not dated interracially were open to it.
This study shows that exposure to interracial dating breeds acceptance.