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Postdoctoral Scholar at Duke University
Katherine King is a doctoral candidate in Sociology and Public Policy. Her interests focus on spatial and multilevel quantitative methods in exploring the implications of the social and built environment for social stratification, social disparities, and particularly for individual health and well-being. Her dissertation examines neighborhood contributions to racial/ethnic disparities in biological risk, identifies ecological predictors of personality, and investigates built environment predictors of social capital in Chicago. She is also engaged in research on how to better measure characteristics of neighborhood physical environments. Her work on China explores implications of fertility planning policy and socioeconomic development for fertility in China, and examines how community context predicts individual health.
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