Intercouple Dating on a College Campus
Department of Family Therapy
College Student Journal
Four hundred eighty six university students completed a confidential questionnaire designed to assess a multitude of aspects of their current and past dating relationships. The 24-item questionnaire was designed to highlight the prevalence and rate that individuals were involved in intercouple relationships; these being interfaith, intercultural, and/or interracial romantic relationships. Sixty six percent of the participants reported being involved at some time in an intercouple relationship. The overall results of the survey and the importance to college personnel and students are given.
Reiter, M. D., Krause, J. M., & Stirlen, A. (2005). Intercouple Dating on a College Campus. College Student Journal, 39 (3), 449-454. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/shss_facarticles/567