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																	Jerry																 Daday

Jerry Daday

Professor of Sociology
Executive Associate Dean, Institute for Engaged Learning
Department: Sociology
(317) 278-4013
Hine Hall IP 243

Education

Education

  • PhD in Sociology, University of New Mexico, 2004
  • MA in Sociology, University of New Mexico, 1999
  • BA in Sociology, Bridgewater State University, 1997

Publications

Publications

  • Khouryieh, M., Khouryieh, H., Daday, J.K., Shen, C. (2019) Consumers’ perceptions of the safety of fresh produce sold at farmers’ markets.  Food Control, 105, 242-247. 
  • Zhuhadar, L.Daday, J.K.Marklin, S., Kessler, B. & Helbig, T. (2019) Using survival analysis to discover pathways to success in mathematics.  Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 487-495.
  • Novak, E., Daday, J.K.McDaniel, K. (2018) Using a mathematical model of motivation, volition, and performance to examine students’ e-text learning.  Educational Technology Research and Development, 66(5), 1189-1209 
  • Novak, E., Daday, J.K.McDaniel, K. (2018) Assessing intrinsic and extraneous cognitive complexity of e-textbook learning.  Interacting with Computers, 30(2): 150-161. 
  • Sinkel, D., Khouryieh, J., Daday, J., Stone, M.Cangliang, S. (2018Knowledge and implementation of good agricultural practices among small-scale Kentucky fresh produce farmers. Food Protection Trends, 38(2), 111-121.
  • McDaniel, K. & Daday, J.K. (2018) Do Students enrolled in introductory Biology courses like e-texts? European Journal of Science and Education, 6(1), 24-35. 
  • McDaniel, K. & Daday, J. (2017) An undergraduate anatomy lab revision success story.  HAPS Educator, Journal of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society, 22(2), 8-18.  
  • Edge, A., Henley, M., Daday, J., Schulte, B. (2017) Examining human perception of elephants and large trees for insights into conservation of an African savanna ecosystem. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 22(3), 231-245. 

Academic Interests

Academic Interests

Quantitative Methods and Statistics; Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; Criminology; Victimology; Sociological Theory

Location

Location:
Hine Hall IP 243