Peer Reviewed Journals

Morris, David S. Forthcoming. “Twitter versus the Traditional Media: A Survey Experiment Comparing Public Perceptions of Campaign Messages in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.” Social Science Computer Review.

Morris, David S. and Jonathan S. Morris. Forthcoming. “Evolving Learning: The Changing Effect of Accidental Exposure and Internet Access on Political Knowledge and Engagement (1998-2014).” Sociological Forum.

Potter, Daniel and David S. Morris. 2017. “Family and Schooling Experiences in Racial/Ethnic Academic Achievement Gaps: A Cumulative Perspective.” Sociological Perspectives.

Morris, David S. 2016. “Extracurricular Activity Participation in High School: Mechanisms Linking Participation to Math Achievement and 4-Year College Attendance.” American Educational Research Journal.

Morris, David S.  2015. “Actively Closing the Gap? Social Class, Organized Activities, and Academic Achievement in High School.”  Youth & Society 47:267-290.

Morris, David S. and Jonathan S. Morris. 2014. “Digital Inequality and Participation in the Political Process: Real or Imagined?”  Social Science Computer Review 31(5):589-600.

Book Chapters

Morris, David S. Forthcoming. “Campaign Messaging During the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: How Twitter Compares to the Traditional Media.” in The Internet and the 2016 Presidential Campaign, edited by J. Baumgartner and T. Towner. Rowman and Littlefield.

Baumgartner, Jody C., David S. Morris, and Jonathan S. Morris. 2014. “Of Networks and Knowledge: Young Adults and the 2012 Republican Presidential Primaries.” in Presidential Campaigning and Social Media, edited by D. Schill and J.A. Hendricks. Oxford University Press.

Revise and Resubmit

Morris, David S. and Jonathan S. Morris. “Accidental Online News Exposure and the Digital Divide in the 2012 Presidential Campaign.” Social Science Quarterly.

Under Review

Morris, David S. “The School Security Apparatus: Does It Accomplish What It Claims to Accomplish?”

Morris, David S. “School Segregation and Exposure to Peer Delinquency and Minor Misconduct.”

Morris, David S. “The Effect of Exposure to Peer Delinquency and Misconduct in School on Academic Achievement: A Fixed Effects Longitudinal Analysis.”

In Progress

Morris, David S. “Do Maximum Security Schools Suppress Civic and Political Engagement for Non-White Students Later in Life?”

Qirko, Hector N. and David S. Morris. “Using an Experimental Design to Estimate the Effect of Fictive Kinship Appeals in Conservation Marketing.”