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Kate H. Choi Ph.D.
Parents' marital status shapes multiracial children's risk of family instability.
Approval of interracial marriage as an institution has vastly increased over the decades, but research suggests interracial couples like Harry and Meghan may still face challenges.
Attitudinal studies suggest that Millennials are racially tolerant, but behavioral studies say otherwise.
Does COVID-19 have an adverse impact on the educational and occupational trajectories of new graduates? New data seems to point in that direction, but the impact may not be even.
Why are there such contrasting views about the collection of race data on COVID-19 in Canada?
What does research say about the racial identity of multiracial individuals?
Are marriages another casualty of COVID-19? Assessments using insights from family demography.
Attitudes towards interracial unions are improving, but interracial couples continue to face family opposition and discrimination.
Is racism just a U.S. problem? Is Canada a beacon of racial equality? The evidence suggests otherwise.
Working- and middle-class parents may be in the same storm but not in the same boat.
Are romantic courtships making a comeback? Recent trends hint at the possibility.
Kate H. Choi, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Sociology Department at Western University in Canada.