In fact, the model predicts that marriages made after online dating was established are stronger than their digitally-challenged predecessors.
This suggests that relationships that begin online are less likely to fail than traditional couplings.
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Yet it seems intuitive that it is the least racist individuals who would be most likely to enter interracial unions. Fitzpatrick, Jacki, Elizabeth A Sharp, and Alan Reifman. "Midlife Singles' Willingness to Date Partners With Heterogeneous Characteristics." Family Relations 58(1):121-133. And lest i ignores introduction, i am Sara Goldie and i publish from Ashburn, VA......
"We introduce a simple theoretical model which tries to explain the complex process of deciding whom to marry in the times of online dating.
"However, the simplicity of our model is its main strength.Especially in the early days of online dating, the match-making mechanism took a lot of flak for being cold and impersonal.