Grad Students

David Schieber



Contact Information

Email    dws939@g.ucla.edu
Office  Not Available

Fields of Study

Work and Organizations, Culture, Health, Gender, Economic Sociology

Publications

David W. Schieber. “Money, Morals, and Condom Use: The Politics of Health in Gay and Straight Adult Film Production.” Forthcoming in Social Problems.

Schieber, David W., Albert Hunter, and Gary Alan Fine. 2013. "Alcohol in Heavenston: Shifting Moral Orders and Economic Interests in a Suburban Community." The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs: 27(2): 174-188 

Grants and Awards

2016, Excellence in Teaching Award, Sociology Department, UCLA

2015, Excellence in Teaching Award, Sociology Department, UCLA

2015, Travel Grant, Center for the Study of Women, UCLA

2015, Summer Research Award, Sociology Department, UCLA

2014, Graduate Summer Research Mentorship, UCLA 

2013, Graduate Summer Research Mentorship, UCLA

2012-2017 UCLA Department of Sociology Graduate Student Fellowship

2012, Best Senior Thesis for "Economics, Class, and Symbolic Values: A Study of Vice Legalization in Two Communities," Sociology Department, Northwestern University

2010, Undergraduate Research Grant, Northwestern University

2009, Weinberg College of Arts and Science Research Grant, Northwestern University

Conference Presentations

2016. “Adult Films, Escorting, and the Complementary Nature of Sex Work.” Section on Sociology of Sexualities and Section on Sex and Gender Paper Session, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Seattle WA.

2015. “Money, Morals, and Condom Use: The Politics of Health in Gay and Straight Adult Film Production.” Culture Regular Session, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago Il.

2015. “Money, Morals, and Condom Use: The Politics of Health in Gay and Straight Adult Film Production.” Chicago Ethnography Conference, Chicago, IL.

2013. “’Alcohol in Heavenston: Shifting Moral Orders and Economic Interests in a Suburban Community.” Social Science History Association Conference, Chicago, Il. 

2011. “’Keep Evanston, Evanston’: How Morality, Economics, and Race Affect Prohibitionist Policies in a Local Community.” Poster presented at the Undergraduate Research Symposium, Evanston, Il.

2011. “’Keep Evanston, Evanston’: How Morality, Economics, and Race Affect Prohibitionist Policies in a Local Community.” Poster presented at the Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium, Chicago, Il.

Advisors

Gabriel Rossman

Abigail Saguy

Gail Kligman

Ashley Mears (Boston University)

Degrees

M.A. Sociology, UCLA, 2014

B.A. Sociology (with honors), Northwestern University, 2012