Title of Project

Prevalence of InterCouple Relationships on a College Campus

Researcher Information

Jaimie KrauseFollow
Amber Stirlen

Project Type

Event

Location

Alvin Sherman Library 1054

Start Date

19-4-2002 12:00 AM

End Date

19-4-2002 12:00 AM

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Prevalence of InterCouple Relationships on a College Campus

Alvin Sherman Library 1054

This study investigated the dating practices of undergraduate students at Nova Southeastern University, more specifically, InterCouple relationships. We define InterCouple Relationships as those where the two individuals in the relationship differ in either faith, cultural, and/or race. The researchers developed and distributed a survey to Nova Southeastern University undergraduate students which explored such topics as the prevalence of InterCouple relationships, which types of InterCouple relationships are most preferred, and which gender engages the most in InterCouple relationships. Over 475 surveys were completed, and the tallied results will be disseminated. The results presented will encompass a multitude of areas in undergraduate dating practices.