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On the other end of the spectrum, the lowest predicted probability of having ever dated a Hispanic man was for women with high education who said they would not date someone Hispanic and did not believe it was easier to find an eligible Hispanic man, with a value of 0.
Participants reported levels of dating intentions and behaviors were significantly higher with whites than Hispanics. This may explain why African American women as a group are particularly unlikely to marry when compared to other race and gender groups in the United States ( Banks, R.However, African American women who are open to interracial dating may be excluded from the dating pool by potential partners due to their race, resulting in African American women's interracial behaviors lagging behind their interracial dating intentions. But stretching into interracial relationship territory is not something to do as an “I hate you so much right now” type of performance art experiment toward Black men. The sample was relatively evenly divided with respect to criminal justice status, as 36% of respondents were in prison, 31% on probation, and 33% were not involved in the criminal justice system. As such, it is important to examine African American women's perceptions about the availability of Hispanic men as they may be associated with a greater likelihood of both intending to date a Hispanic man and engaging in a relationship with a Hispanic man. Two paired t-tests were conducted to identify if significant differences existed between African American women's intentions to date white men as compared to Hispanic men and their actual behaviors.
Each increase of one unit on the scale measuring cultural mistrust was associated with a decrease in the likelihood of having dated a white man by 2%, while each increase of one unit on the schedule of racist life events was associated with an increase in the likelihood of having dated a white man by 2%, all else equal ( p<0. Model 4F included the same independent variables in the logistic regression model predicting intentions to date a Hispanic man ( Table 6, Model 3F), and showed that, on average, being in prison in the past year was associated with an increase in the likelihood of a woman ever having dated someone Hispanic by a factor of 2. As secondary cross-sectional data, this study was limited to existing measures included in the dataset and only associations could be examined. Each one unit on the scale measuring racist life events is associated with an increase of 1% in the odds that the respondent would date someone Hispanic (p<0.Women who may lack the bargaining power to be selective and believe it is difficult to find an eligible African American man may broaden their base of potential mates by looking outside of their race. The third set of logistic regression models identified the significant correlates of having dated a white man (see Table 6). In this sample of African American women, interracial dating intentions varied by race/ethnicity of the potential partner with 70% of participants responding they would date someone white but only 43% stating they would date someone Hispanic. The current study is unique in the inclusion of items inspired by the MMPI which measure African American women's perceptions about the availability of partners who are African American, white, and Hispanic.
Predicted probabilities revealed that respondents who felt it was not easier to find a Hispanic man and had high cultural mistrust had the lowest predicted probability of interracial dating intentions, with a predicted probability of 0. Wilson calculated MMPI values for different age and racial groups, since individuals generally tend to marry someone of the same race who is around the same age ( Wilson, 1987). Model 2E revealed that on average, every additional year of education is associated with an increase of 13% in the odds that the respondent intends to date someone Hispanic (p<0.
With the inclusion of intentions to date someone white in the model, cultural mistrust and racist life events were no longer significant correlates of having dated a white man; however, one new variable, education, reached statistical significance. Since 1945, EBONY magazine has shined a spotlight on the worlds of Black people in America and worldwide.