is an annual peer-reviewed journal that seeks to further scholarship on Korea by providing a forum for discourse on a variety of scholarly topics through interdisciplinary and multicultural articles, book reviews, and essays in the humanities and social sciences.
All scholarly articles on Korea and the Korean community abroad are welcome, including topics of interest to the specialist and nonspecialist alike.
Since family interactions provide the first model of socialization and relationship formation, parental and family perspectives play a salient role in shaping an individual’s openness to interracial relationships.
Miller, Olson, and Fazio (2004) reported that white female participants expected higher disapproval of interracial relationships only if they also reported their parents were racist.
With increasing contact opportunities in integrated settings such as college campuses, students have higher likelihoods of engaging in relationship-building interactions.
The journal is available in the Project MUSE electronic database of journals in the humanities and social sciences.
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Through much of its history, segregation had been the norm, particularly in southern states. Beyond desegregation and other racial equality efforts, additional factors also have contributed to an increase in interracial relationships.
Political and social struggles to create racial harmony in the U. With growing parental openness to diverse populations came increased opportunities for their children socially to interact with people of racial and ethnic backgrounds beyond their own.
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