Arizona Biomedical Collaborative 425 N. 5th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Mail code: 9020
Xing Zhang is an Assistant Professor in the College of Health Solutions. As a public policy demographer, her research focuses on the role of parent-child relationships in shaping young adult health from adolescence to adulthood, and how this varies across race, ethnicity, gender, and socioeconomic status. She draws in multiple perspectives and quantitative methods from sociology, public policy, demography, and population health in her work.
Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2020
PhD, Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell University, 2018
MS, Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell University, 2015
BA, Economics, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2012
6. Briana Mezuk, Juan Del Toro, Margaret Gough Courtney, Keri F. Kirk, Xing Zhang, Erica Spears, Tiffany Green, Hedwig Lee, Darrell Hudson. 2021. “Theory and empiricism: A Com-ment on ”Interrogating the environmental affordance model” by Pamplin and colleagues.” Social Science and Medicine. 285. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2021.114281
5. Fenaba Addo and Xing Zhang. 2020. "Debt Concordance and Relationship Quality: A Couple Level Analysis." Forthcoming at Journal of Family and Economic Issues.
4. Xing Zhang. 2020. "Adolescent Protective Contexts for Depressive Symptoms in Emerging Adulthood by Race and Ethnicity." Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research. Volume 15, p. 205-230. DOI:10.1108/S1530-353520190000015010
3. Xing Zhang and Sharon Sassler. 2020. "Parents, Peers, and Pressure: The Dynamics of Interracial Relationships." Race and Ethnicity: Moving from Sociological Imagination to Sociological Mindfulness. Cognella Academic Press.
2. Xing Zhang and Sharon Sassler. 2019. "The Age of Independence, Revisited: Parents and Interracial Union Formation across the Life Course." Sociological Forum. 34(2), p. 361-385. https://doi.org/10.1111/socf.12501
1. Xing Zhang and Allison Dwyer Emory. 2015. "Situating the Experience of Maternal Incarceration: Childhood and Young Adult Context." Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research. Volume 9, p. 219-254. DOI: 10.1108/S1530-353520150000009011.