Citations with the tag: INTERRACIAL marriage
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- Children of mixed parentage: How can professionals respond?
Wardle, F. // Children Today; Jul/Aug89, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p10
Offers suggestions for those who work with interracial children and their families. Special needs of children of mixed racial or ethnic parentage; Confusion over racial identity; Ways to help parents raise children.
- MIXED WEDDINGS BIG SOCIAL NEWS FOR NEW ENGLANDERS.
Wardle, F. // Ebony; Jul1954, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p91
The article presents information on the emergence of interracial marriages in the U.S. as of 1954.
- Cross colors.
Gregory, Deborah // Essence (Essence); Jan1993, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p40
Lists several groups and publications for couples involved in interracial relationships. `New People: The Journal for the Human Race,' a bimonthly publication; Opposites Attract, an interracial introduction service; `Interracial Classified,' a monthly newsletter.
- White man fired from job for dating black women weds black woman.
Gregory, Deborah // Jet; 08/25/97, Vol. 92 Issue 14, p31
Reports that Elmer Jack Smith, who was fired for dating black women, married black woman Sherree Thomas. How Smith was fired from job as police officer by the Birmingham Veterans Administration Medical Center; Smith's lawsuits relating to firing; Education and professional backgrounds of Smith...
- Bridge of love.
Iwashita, Tomoyuki // New Internationalist; Oct94, Issue 260, p22
Focuses on the author's marriage to a British woman. Frequency of international marriages in Japan; Culture differences; Family differences; Difficulties experienced; Comparison with marriages between same nationalities; Japanese culture.
- Interracial Married Couples in the U.S., 1960-98.
Iwashita, Tomoyuki // World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2000, p893
No abstract available.
- Children of the rainbow.
Iwashita, Tomoyuki // Newsweek; 11/19/84, Vol. 104 Issue 20, p120
As our society becomes ever more diverse and the number of mixed marriages rises, so do the number of interracial children. To help these kids deal with the unique challenges they face, parent support groups with names like Interace and Interracial Family Alliance have sprung up across the...
- Marriages between Shanghainese and foreigners arouse concern in Shanghai.
Lian, Wu // Chinese Education & Society; Jul/Aug94, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p53
Reports on the increasing number of marriages between Chinese and foreigners. Larger proportions of mixed marriages in countries where Chinese go to study; Foreign women seeking marriage with Chinese men; Social effects of the marriages.
- Interracial marriage is still a big, big gamble.
Whong, Valerie Lee // Chinatown News; 10/3/93, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p4
Focuses on disadvantages of interracial marriages. Prejudice of parents who object to children's dating of whites; Arguments over Asian foods; Rise in family tensions over increase in interracial marriages; Reason for difficulty of Asian men to bond with white sons-in-law.
- What you may not know about interracial marriages.
Majete, Clayton // World & I; Jul97, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p300
Looks into interracial marriage between whites and blacks in the United States. Historical background behind the controversy in interracial marriage; Reasons behind the misinformation in interracial marriage; Family reactions to the marriage; Racial identity and upbringing of resulting...
- Interracial Married Couples in the U.S., 1960-98.
Majete, Clayton // World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2001, p876
Offers statistics pertaining to the number of interracial married couples in the United States from 1960-1998. Total number of married couples; Total interracial; African-American/Caucasian wife; Caucasian husband/African-American wife; Caucasian/Other race; African-American/Other race.
- Interracial Married Couples in the U.S., 1960-2000.
Majete, Clayton // World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2002, p882
Offers statistics pertaining to the number of interracial married couples in the United States from 1960-2000. Total number of married couples; Total interracial; African-American/Caucasian wife; Caucasian husband/African-American wife; Caucasian/Other race; African-American/Other race.
- All-White church refuses wedding for biracial couple whose baby is buried in its cemetery.
Majete, Clayton // Jet; 4/22/96, Vol. 89 Issue 23, p38
Reports that a biracial couple, who had to fight to keep their daughter buried in all-White church's cemetery, has refused a marriage ceremony in the church.
- South Africa's new `mixed' marriages.
Smith, Jere // Ebony; Nov1996, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p84
Describes the issues involved in mixed marriages between South Africans and Afro-Americans. Meeting places and incidents; Long-term separation issues due to work; Personal and professional concerns; Difficulties faced; Religious differences; Chauvinism in South African men; Social acceptance in...
- Integration under the Hupa.
Meyers, Nechemia // World & I; Sep98, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p193
Discusses interracial marriage in Israel. Cases of interracial marriages; Prevalence of intermarriages; How some couples resolved differences in cultural heritage. INSETS: Studies and statistics;Where integration falters.
- Grand Union.
Reed, J.D.; Kramer, Linda // People; 04/24/2000, Vol. 53 Issue 16, p145
Discusses the marriage of Douglas 'Pete' Peterson, a former Vitenam prisoner of war (POW) and United States embassador to Vietnam, to Vi Le Peterson, a Vietnamese native.
- Why interracial marriages are increasing.
Reed, J.D.; Kramer, Linda // Jet; 06/03/96, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p12
Presents several views on the reasons for the rise of interracial marriages in the United States. Clinical psychologist Darlene Powell Hopson; Psychologist larry E. Davis; Lawyer Bernard S. Cohe; Sociology professor Robert Newby; Increased acceptability; Interaction among races; Reflection of a...
- Take your shoes off my books.
McGowan, Jo // Commonweal; 6/18/93, Vol. 120 Issue 12, p15
Narrates the author's experiences as an American Catholic woman married to a Hindu in India. Various differences between the spouses; Disagreement over the purchase of a secondhand sofa set; Husband's uneasiness over middle-class propriety; Putting shoes on top of books representing a goddess,...
- Why more black women are dating white men.
McGowan, Jo // Jet; 10/20/97, Vol. 92 Issue 22, p12
Discusses black female/white male relationships in the United States as of October 1997. Data from the US Census Bureau; Reasons why more black women are dating white men; Lessons to be learned by black men; Comments from Tricia Serju-Harris, a black woman, about her marriage to Nathan Harris,...
- Interracial marriages increase--slowly.
McGowan, Jo // Marriage Partnership; Spring90, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p9
Cites figures and facts about interracial marriages in the United States. Increase in number from 1980 to 1988; Reason for higher divorce rate.
- More Americans `marrying out' of racial, ethnic groups, study shows.
McGowan, Jo // New York Amsterdam News; 04/05/97, Vol. 88 Issue 14, p32
Presents a study conducted by the University of Michigan on marriages between whites, Blacks, American Indians, Asians, and Hispanics. Factors that have linked to inter-marriages; Comments from Reynolds Farley, a researcher at the University. of Michigan; Findings on the study.
- Colour-blind love.
Saunders, Lucy-Claire // Asian Pacific Post; 4/10/2008, p8
The article focuses on the increase in number of interracial marriages in Canada based on a report by Statistics Canada released in April 2008.
- Relaxing an old taboo.
Saunders, Lucy-Claire // Newsweek; 7/15/1996, Vol. 128 Issue 3, p51
Reports on a study which asserts that interracial marriages in the United States have risen dramatically since 1980, especially between blacks and whites. The study by Douglas J. Besharov of the American Enterprise Institute, and Timothy S. Sullivan of Southern Illinois University; Statistics...
- `You can't join their clubs.'
Saunders, Lucy-Claire // Newsweek; 6/10/1991, Vol. 117 Issue 23, p48
Presents a `Newsweek' interview with six couples in interracial marriages on love, marriage and prejudice. Comments on Spike Lee's new film `Jungle Fever'; Claim that the implicit message is that relationships between blacks and whites will only be sexual; Belief in communities that interracial...
- The hidden history of Mestizo America.
Nash, Gary B. // Journal of American History; Dec95, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p941
Focuses on the history of interracial marriage in the United States. Marriage between John Role and Pocahontas, the daughter of King Powhatan; Progeny classifications; Mixed-race identity; In-between those who confounded the official racial taxonomy of the United States; Prohibition of racial...
- Crossing racial lines: geographies of mixed-race partnering and multiraciality in the United States.
Wright, Richard; Houston, Serin; Ellis, Mark; Holloway, Steven; Hudson, Margaret // Progress in Human Geography; Aug2003, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p457
This review highlights geographical perspectives on mixed-race partnering and multiraciality in the United States, explicitly calling for increased analysis at the scale of the mixed-race household. We begin with a discussion of mixed-race rhetoric and then sketch contemporary trends in...
- Insurance Knows No Color.
Jones, Chuck // Advisor Today; Feb2003, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p24
Relates the story on how life insurance helped an interracial couple. Self reliance of the couple due to the public's perception of interracial marriages; Purchase of term policies two years before the husband's death; Realization of financial independence.
- MOST GOULDS IN U.S. CAME FROM GOULDTOWN, CLAN SAYS.
Jones, Chuck // Ebony; Feb1952, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p44
The article reports that most of the Goulds in the U.S. are affiliated with the lien of Goulds started by the marriage of a white woman to an African American man named Gould.
- New survey shows attitudes more open toward interracial relationships.
Jones, Chuck // Jet; 10/2/95, Vol. 88 Issue 21, p22
Reports on a survey by the `Washington Post' newspaper showing that Americans are changing their attitudes concerning interracial relationships. Willingness to date or marry others of a different race; Growing approval of interracial relationships among younger Americans.
- Alabama To Vote On Ending Interracial Marriage Ban During November Elections.
Jones, Chuck // Jet; 10/23/2000, Vol. 98 Issue 20, p4
No abstract available.
- Surviving Racial Storms.
Miller, Yolanda E.S. // Marriage Partnership; Spring2001, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p80
Presents an article about a Chinese woman married to a Caucasian man. Response of the woman's family to the marriage; How the couple was able to deal with the hindrances on their marriage.
- could you pass our couple test?
Lombardi, Lisa // Redbook; May2002, Vol. 198 Issue 5, p146
Reveals how four couples scored in green card test, the one that checks if Americans wed to foreigners are in real marriages.
- Chumash indian descendants revive a dormant culture.
Lombardi, Lisa // Native American Connections; 1999, p2
Focuses on the efforts of Chumash Indian descendants in California to revive the tribe's rich culture. Exhibition of pride in their origins though no longer full-blooded due to interracial marriages; Initiative to learn more about the heritage and culture of the Chumash Indians.
- Breaking the Rules of Engagement.
Gardyn, Rebecca // American Demographics; Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p35
No abstract available.
- Black women/white men: What's goin' on?
Randolph, L.B. // Ebony; Mar1989, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p154
Examines the social phenomenon of black women married to (or dating) white men. Reactions and insensitivity of other people; Comments by television host Shadoe Stevens, 42, singer-actress Leslie Uggams, 44, actress Anne-Marie Johnson; Others.
- `Why I married a white man'.
Cook, Myrna Mien // Ebony; Mar1999, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p140
Contemplates on interracial marriage. Challenges facing interracial couples; Public's perception on interracial marriage.
- The Interracial Couple Questionnaire.
Watts, Richard E.; Henriksen Jr., Richard C. // Journal of Individual Psychology; Fall98, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p368
Presents a questionnaire for investigations into interracial marriages. Specific sociocultural and family influences on relationship; Counselors' personal attitudes, beliefs and biases toward interracial relationships and families.
- TOURISTS AND LOCALS.
Duvall, Tracy // Alternatives Journal; Fall2002, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p37
Details the interactions between tourists and locals in Mazatl�n, Mexico. Convergence in bars and restaurants; Acquisition of behavioral patterns from foreigners; Occurrence of interracial marriages.
- SAY CHEESE DEPT.: CHINESE WEDDING.
Wilkinson, Alec // New Yorker; 12/23/2002, Vol. 78 Issue 40, p60
Focuses on the Chinese-American wedding season in Central Park, New York City. Details on the days favorable for weddings according to the Chinese calendar; Determination of congenial days for marriage; Description of a particular Chinese-American wedding.
- Cross-border couples fight decades of enmity.
Wilkinson, Alec // Asian Pacific Post; 4/22/2010, p17
The article describes the challenges facing cross-border marriages between Indians and Pakistanis.
Williams, Brenda // Essence (Essence); Mar1994, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p87
Presents a short story on interracial marriages. Difficulty of acceptance of another culture; Experience with the agouti dish; Mother-in-law's settling of dilemma at mealtime.
Buzenberg, William E. // New Republic; 10/26/92, Vol. 207 Issue 18, p6
Presents a letter to the editor commenting on an article about interracial marriages.
Kondracke, Morton // New Republic; 10/26/92, Vol. 207 Issue 18, p7
Presents a response to the letter commenting on interracial marriage.
- HISTORICAL ANALOGIES.
Valley, Chris // Commonweal; 2/11/2005, Vol. 132 Issue 3, p4
Presents a letter to the editor in response to the article "Remember the Mormons," by Cathleen Kaveny, published in the January 14, 2005 issue of "Commonweal."
- Love Is Colorblind . . .Or Is It?
Gardyn, Rebecca; Lach, Jennifer // American Demographics; Jun2000, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p11
Deals with a study conducted by the University of Michigan's Institute for Social Research on interracial marriages and cohabitation in the United States. Tendency of Asian women to marry outside their race; Role of gender in decisions to cohabit or marry a partner outside one's race;...
- A LETTER TO THE EDITORS.
Burma, John H.; Barnett, Larry D. // Social Forces; Oct64, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p147
Presents a letter to the editor about interracial marriage.
- LOST IN TRANSLATION.
Doino Jr., William // Commonweal; 8/15/2008, Vol. 135 Issue 14, p4
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Doctored Texts?," by John Connelly in the July 18, 2008 issue.
- Interracial Couple Say They Were Denied Adoption Because They Had Not Suffered Enough Racism.
Doino Jr., William // Jet; 08/16/99, Vol. 96 Issue 11, p23
Reports on the difficulties a mixed-race couple encountered in England upon trying to adopt an interracial child.
- Colorblind love.
Kantrowitz, B. // Newsweek; 3/7/1988, Vol. 111 Issue 10, p40
The number of interracial marriages has more than doubled in the last 20 years, but black-white couples are still quite rare. A look at the life and marriage of one interracial couple, their friends, and social reactions.
- BETTER RACE RELATIONS REFLECTED IN MARRIAGE.
Kantrowitz, B. // USA Today Magazine; Jan2012, Vol. 140 Issue 2800, p6
The article cites a study published in an issue of the "Journal of Marriage and Family" which suggests that an increase in marriages between African Americans and whites as well as whites and other ethnic and racial groups is evidence of improving race relations in the United States.