PRC Graduate Student Trainee — M.A., The University of Texas at Austin
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David is fifth year PhD student in the Sociology department interested in family demography, fertility, and the transition to adulthood, with a focus on the ways that geography and context matter for these processes. His current work explores how marriage markets shape contemporary young adults' union formation decisions and contribute to educational differences in the timing, stability, and quality of their family lives. David's other work looks at how culture, religion, and politics interact at the state and local levels to shape both individual and regional variation in demographic behavior in the United States.