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At the Crossroads of Intergroup Relations and Interpersonal Relations

Interethnic Marriage in the United States

Gaines, Stanley O. / Clark, Eddie M. / Afful, Stephanie / Bettencourt, Ann (Herausgeber)

Journal of Social Issues (JOSI) (Band Nr. 71)

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This issue of JSI focuses on interethnic marriage. Our objectives are to (1) discuss conceptual and methodological concerns; (2) examine interethnic marital relationship processes especially through the lens of interdependence theory; (3) review attitudes towards interethnic marriage; (4) assess the clinical and policy implications; and (5) synthesize the contemporary scholarship. We draw upon the subject areas of intergroup and interpersonal relations including contributions from authors across various disciplines. Given the status of interethnic marriage as a potential bellwether of social change in the United States, we believe that the present edition is as timely as it is important.

2015 Vol. 71, No. 4
Interethnic Marriage in the United States

INTRODUCTION

Interethnic Marriage in the United States: An Introduction 647
Stanley O. Gaines Jr., Eddie M. Clark, and Stephanie E. Afful

SECTION I. CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN STUDYING INTERETHNIC MARRIAGE

Beyond "Difference": Examining the Process and Flexibility of Racial Identity in Interracial Marriages 659
Stephanie E. Afful, Corinne Wohlford, and Suzanne M. Stoelting

Methodological Considerations and Challenges to Conducting Research on Interethnic Relationships: Using the Right Toolkit! 675
Kellina Craig-Henderson and Richard Lewis Jr.

SECTION II. ATTITUDES TOWARD INTERETHNIC MARRIAGE

News as a Cultural Mirror: Historically Black Newspapers Reflecting Public Views of Loving v. Virginia (1967) 693
Jennifer Ware, Geri Alumit Zeldes, and Jennifer Hoewe

Both Personal and Public: Measuring Interethnic Marriage Attitudes 712
Mary E. Campbell and Melissa R. Herman

SECTION III. DEVELOPMENT OF, AND INTERDEPENDENCE WITHIN, INTERETHNIC MARITAL RELATIONSHIPS

Group Differences in Intermarriage with Whites between Asians, Blacks, and Hispanics: The Effects of Assimilation and Structural Constraints 734
Zheng Wu, Christoph M. Schimmele, and Feng Hou

Exploring Parental Approval and Disapproval for Black and White Interracial Couples 756
Gina Castle Bell and Sally O. Hastings

An Interdependence Approach to Relationship Maintenance in Interracial Marriage 773
Marianne Dainton

SECTION IV. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF INTERMARRIAGE

Interracial Couples in Therapy: Common Themes and Issues 789
Leigh A. Leslie and Jennifer L. Young

Barriers to Interracial Marriage? Examining Policy Issues Concerning U.S. Citizens Married to Undocumented Latino/a Immigrants 805
April M. Schueths

SECTION V. CONCLUSION

Concluding Thoughts: Interethnic Marriage through the Lens of Interdependence Theory 822
Eddie M. Clark, Abigail L. Harris, Michelle Hasan, Katheryn B. Votaw, and Priscilla Fernandez

Talking Up and Talking Down: The Power of Positive Speaking 835
Susan T. Fiske, Hilary Bergsieker, Vanessa Constantine, Cydney Dupree, Deborah S. Holoien, Nicolas Kervyn, Lisa Leslie, and Jill Swencionis
Stanley O. Gaines, Jr., PhD is Senior Lecturer in Psychology, School of Social Sciences, Brunel University (United Kingdom). Dr. Gaines authored the book, Culture, Ethnicity, and Personal Relationship Processes (Routledge, 1997); and he has written or co-written more than 90 additional publications in the fields of close relationships and ethnic studies. Dr. Gaines is especially interested in areas of overlap between the subject areas of interpersonal relations (as informed by the literature on close relationships) and intergroup relations (as informed by the literature on ethnic studies).

Eddie M. Clark, PhD is a Professor of Psychology at Saint Louis University (SLU). His research examines close relationships (infidelity, relationship maintenance, love) and health (health attitudes and behaviors, culturally appropriate health communication, the relationship between religiosity and health). He has authored or co-authored over 70 articles and book chapters. He serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Social Psychology, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, and as an associate editor of PsycCRITIQUES-APA Review of Books.

Stephanie E. Afful, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Lindenwood University. Dr. Afful received her bachelor's degree from Drury University and PhD in Social Psychology from Saint Louis University. Her research interests include racism (e.g., measurement of modern racism, racial identity) and the scholarship of teaching and learning. She also serves as a consulting editor for Teaching of Psychology.