B.A., Sociology, California State University, Chico, 2012
M.A. Sociology, Washington State University, 2016
Social Network Analysis; Sociology of Health; Life Course/Aging; Statistics; Economic Sociology
I am a doctoral student in the sociology department at Washington State University. My interests are in social networks, health, life course/aging, statistics, and economic sociology.
My research uses network analysis and statistics to study an array of issues such as health outcomes of older adult spousal caregivers, corporate sponsorship of professional sports teams, academic hiring patterns, and antibiotic adoption among African pastoralists.
Davaran, Ardavan, Thomas Rotolo, and Adam Roth. “The Hidden Corporate Structure of Sports: A Social Network Analysis of U.S. Professional Football and Basketball Leagues.” Paper presentation, Pacific Sociological Association Meeting, Portland, OR, 2017.
Roth, Adam. “Social Ties and Physical Distance.” Poster session, International Network for Social Network Analysis Sunbelt Conference, Newport Beach, CA, 2016.
Roth, Adam. “The tenacity of solidarity: Measuring Social Capital in Rural Cambodia”. California Sociological Association Meeting, Riverside, CA, 2014.
Caudell, Mark, Marsha Quinlan, Murugan Subbiah, Douglas Call, Casey Roulette, Jennifer Roulette, Adam Roth, Louis Matthews, and Robert Quinlan. 2017. “Antimicrobial Use and Veterinary Care among Agro-pastoralists in Northern Tanzania.” PLoS ONE 12(1): e0170328