HARTSVILLE, SC (September 23, 2021) - Race and Social Programs, a high-impact national academic journal, recently published research conducted by Dr. Danny Malone, assistant professor of sociology and criminology at Coker University.
"Same-Sex and Different-Sex Interracial Couples: The Importance of Demographic and Religious Context" is featured in the most recent edition of the Race and Social Programs journal.
The research conducted by Dr. Malone, Nicole Jones of the University of Florida, and Mary Campbell of Texas A&M University found that: "same-sex couples are more likely to be in a White/Black interracial pairing than different-sex couples. White partners are more likely to be in an interracial relationship if they are in a city with a large minority group population. In addition, context is differently associated with interracial unions for same-sex and different-sex couples, varying for each racial combination."
The full article can be found here: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12552-021-09340-5