Jonathan Daw, Ph.D.
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Postgraduate, Institute of Behavioral Science and Institute for Behavioral Genetics, University of Colorado, Boulder Colorado, 2011-13.
Ph.D. Sociology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2011.
M.A. Sociology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2007.
B.A. Sociology and Government, University of Texas, Austin, 2005.
Research and Teaching Interests: Gene-Environment Interplay, Health, Demography, Stratification, Quantitative Methodology
Daw, Jonathan, Rachel Margolis and Ashton Verdery. Forthcoming. “Siblings, Friends, Course-mates, Club-mates: How Adolescent Health Behavior Homophily Varies by Race, Class, Gender, and Health Status.” Social Science & Medicine.
Daw, Jonathan. 2014. “Of Kin and Kidneys: Do Kinship Networks Contribute to Racial Disparities in Living Donor Kidney Transplantation?” Social Science & Medicine 105:42-47
Boardman, Jason D., Jonathan Daw and Jeremy Freese. 2013. “Defining the Environment in Gene-Environment Research: Lessons from Social Epidemiology.” American Journal of Public Health 103:S1:S64-72.
Daw, Jonathan, Kathryn Nowotny and Jason D. Boardman. 2013. “Changing Patterns of Tobacco and Alcohol Co-Use by Gender in the United States, 1976-2010.” Demographic Research 28:22:637-648.
Daw, Jonathan, Michael Shanahan, Kathleen Mullan Harris, Andrew Smolen, Brett Haberstick and Jason D. Boardman. 2013. “Genetic Sensitivity to Peer Behaviors: 5HTTLPR, Smoking, and Alcohol Consumption.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 54:1:92-108.
Daw, Jonathan and Jessica Halliday Hardie. 2012. “Compensating Differentials, Labor Market Segmentation, and Wage Inequality.” Social Science Research 41:5:1179-1197.
Daw, Jonathan. 2012. “Parental Income and the Fruits of Labor: Variability in Homework Efficacy in Secondary School.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 30:3:246-264.
Daw, Jonathan and Guang Guo. 2011. “The Influence of Three Genes on Whether Adolescents Use Contraception, USA 1994-2002.” Population Studies 65:3:253-271.