She added, "Sometimes I just forget that we're interracial. About 6.8 percent of newly married couples reported marrying outside their race or ethnicity in 1980.That figure jumped to about 14.6 percent in the Pew report released this week, which surveyed newlyweds in 2008.
She still remembers her family asking if Andrew was the bartender or a family photographer. Do race and ethnicity matter when it comes to marriage? The report released Friday, which interviewed couples married for less than a year, found racial lines are blurring as more people choose to marry outside their race.
An 11- item self administered questionnaire was used to collect the data.
The results indicated that race and previous interracial dating experience was associated with college students' attitudes. This thesis is part of the collection entitled: UNT Theses and Dissertations and was provided by UNT Libraries to Digital Library, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries.
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