Department of Sociology & Anthropology
Data Science Program
119 DePerno Hall
1600 Burrstone Rd, Utica, NY 13502
Tel (Office): (315) 223-2310
I do theoretical and empirical research on topics at the intersection of sociology, statistics, and computer science.
- Fulkerson, Gregory, Alexander Thomas, Jing-Mao Ho, James Zians, Elizabeth Seale, Michael McCarthy, and Sallie Hanand, (Accepted). “COVID-19 and Social Capital Loss: The Results of a Campus Outbreak." Social Indicators Research
- Ho, Jing-Mao and Abdullah Shahid, 2022. “Natural Language Processing for Exploring Culture in Finance: Theory and Applications”
in Sinem Derindere Köseoğlu (Ed.) Financial Data Analytics Theory and Applications, Springer. ISBN-10: 303083798X [Amazon]
- Cornwell, Benjamin, and Jing-Mao Ho. 2022. “Network Structure in Small Groups and Survival in Disasters.” Social Forces: 100 (3): 1357–1384 doi: 10.1093/sf/soab036
- Ho, Jing-Mao, Yao-Tai Li, and Katherine Whitworth. 2021. “Unequal Discourses: Problems of the Current Model of World Health Development.” World Development 137:105176. doi: 10.1016/j.worlddev.2020.105176
Manuscripts Under Review
- Ho, Jing-Mao and Yao-Tai Li, 2022, “Global Health Discourse on COVID-19”
- Thomas, Alexander, Gregory Fulkerson, and Jing-Mao Ho, 2022, “COVID and Community: Lessons from a College Outbreak.”
- Fulkerson, Gregory, Jing-Mao Ho, and Michael McCarthy. 2022, “OVID-19 and Social Capital Loss: The Results of a Campus Outbreak."
Research Grants (Selected)
- Co-PI (with Michael McCarthy and Stephanie Nesbitt), 2021, “Studying the Socioeconomic Impact of Economic Variations Caused by the COVID-19 Virus Across a Hierarchy of Cities”, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Work in Progress (Selected)
- “The Criminological State”
- “Why Does the Public Talk Back?”
- Ho, Jing-Mao, “The Criminological State”, Sociology Junior Theorist Symposium, Philadelphia, PA, USA, August 10, 2018.
- Ho, Jing-Mao, “Where Does World Society Come From?”, Future of World Society Theory, New York, NY, USA, August 9, 2019.
- Ho, Jing-Mao, “The Institutionalization of a Global Profession: The Case of Statistics”, The Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association,
Philadelphia, PA, USA, August 14, 2018.
- Ho, Jing-Mao, “Statistics as Statecraft”, The Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Montreal, QC, Canada, August 14, 2017.
- Ho, Jing-Mao, “Statistics as Statecraft”, ISA Sociology Ph.D. Lab with the Annual Meetings of the British Sociological Association, Bermingham, UK, April 1, 2016.
- Ho, Jing-Mao, 2018. “Habitus in Big Classrooms”
in Kimberly Williams, Eugene Law, and Runjini Raman (Ed.) Classroom Research Working Paper Series: Volume 5, Center for Teaching Innovation, Cornell University.
Courses Taught at Utica University
- Drugs and Society
- Social Deviance
- Introduction to Sociology
- Introduction to Data Science (graduate-level)
- Statistical Methods (graduate-level)
- Data Mining (graduate-level)
- Machine Learning (graduate-level)
- Data Visualilzation (graduate-level)
- Capstone (graduate-level)
Courses TA'd at National Taiwan University
- Theory of Computation (graduate-level)
- Sociological Methodology (graduate-level)
- Ph.D. in Sociology, Cornell University
- M.A. in Sociology, National Taiwan University
- M.S. in Computer Science, National Taiwan University
- B.S. in Inofrmation Engineering, I-Shou University
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