Miles Marsala

Miles Marsala
Palm Beach State College · Department of Social Science

Doctor of Philosophy
Professor of Sociology

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Education
August 2015 - September 2020
Duke University
Field of study
  • Sociology
August 2015 - June 2018
Duke University
Field of study
  • Sociology
September 2013 - May 2015

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Publications (5)
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School-based parental involvement is a common practice in the United States, and yet there is an emerging view that parents’ involvement in schools may have little if any academic benefit for their children. However, such conclusions are often based on narrowly construed survey questions, such as “Did you attend PTA in the past year?”. In our study...
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Studying the role of social change, I investigated trends in approval for euthanasia between cohorts in the United States and how those trends are influenced by cohort replacement and religious attitudes. Using 16 waves from the General Social Survey (1985 to 2014; n = 6,638), I estimated differences in approval ratings between cohorts using logist...
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We examine whether participation in the Vietnam War conditions the relationship between early life socioeconomic status (SES) and later-life mental and physical health. Data were from 3,348 (817 veterans) participants in a longitudinal study of high school juniors and seniors that began in 1966. Data from 1966, 1980, and 2010 (ages 60 – 64) were us...
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The sheer size of the baby boomer cohort has prompted a great deal of research on life outcomes and potential social strain or benefit of such a large cohort. A major contingency for the baby boomers was the experience of the Vietnam War. Many young men had their life course trajectories interrupted when they were drafted to military service or enr...

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