Mark Noble

Visiting Professor of Sociology
31 Williams Dr., Bethlehem, PA 18015
610-758-3819

 

Ph.D. in Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2016
Interests: 
Quantitative Methods, Political Sociology, Global Health, Global Development and Inequality
Recent Publications
 
Noble, Mark D. and Kelly F. Austin. 2016. “Rural Disadvantage and Malaria Prevalence in Less-Developed Nations: A Cross-National Investigation of a Forgotten Disease.” Rural Sociology 81(1):99-134.
 
Austin, Kelly F., Mark D. Noble, and Maria Theresa Mejia. 2014. “Gendered Vulnerabilities to a Neglected Disease: A Comparative Investigation of Women's Legal Economic Rights and Social Status on Malaria Rates.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 55(3): 204-228.
 
Austin, Kelly and Mark D. Noble. 2014. “Measuring Gender Disparity in the HIV Pandemic: A Cross-National Investigation of Female Health Resources, Income Inequality, and Disease in Less-Developed Nations.” Sociological Inquiry 8(1): 102-130.
 
Noble, Mark D. and Kelly F. Austin. 2013. “Gendered Dimensions of the HIV Pandemic: A Cross-National Investigation of Women’s International Non-Governmental Organizations, Contraceptive Use, and HIV Prevalence in Less-Developed Nations.” Sociological Forum 29(1): 215-239.
 
Bollen, Kenneth A., Mark D. Noble, and Linda Adair. 2013. “Are Gestational Age, Birth Weight, and Birth Length Indicators of Favorable Fetal Growth Conditions? A Structural Equation Analysis of Filipino Infants.” Statistics in Medicine, Vol. 32, 17:2950-2961.
 
Bollen, Kenneth A. and Mark D. Noble. 2011. “Structural Equation Models and the Quantification of Behavior.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol. 108, Supplement 3:15639-15646.