Online dating preferences of Asian Americans

@article{Tsunokai2014OnlineDP,
  title={Online dating preferences of Asian Americans},
  author={Glenn T. Tsunokai and Allison R. McGrath and Jillian K. Kavanagh},
  journal={Journal of Social and Personal Relationships},
  year={2014},
  volume={31},
  pages={796 - 814}
}
This study investigates the inter- and intraracial dating preferences of heterosexual Asian males and females as well as gay Asian males. Using data collected from 1270 Internet dating profiles, logistic regression is employed to examine the odds of one’s willingness to date someone who is Asian, White, Black, Hispanic, and some other race. The findings suggest that heterosexual females and gay males prefer to date Whites over nonwhites. Moreover, respondents from both sexual orientations were… 

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