Ph.D. The Ohio State University 2010; M.A. The Ohio State University 2005; B.A. Kansas State University 2003
Matthew Painter received the Ph.D. in sociology from The Ohio State University in 2010. He joined the faculty at the University of Wyoming in 2010. His primary research interests involve immigration, social stratification, race/ethnicity, methodology and statistics, and wealth inequality.
Immigration, Social Stratification, Race and Ethnicity, Methodology and Statistics, Sociology of the Family, Wealth Inequality
Publications: Recent Publications
Forthcoming Holmes, Malcolm D., Matthew A. Painter II, and Brad W. Smith. “Citizens’ Perceptions of Police in Rural U.S. Communities: A Multilevel Analysis of Contextual, Organizational and Individual Predictors.” Policing & Society.
2016 Painter II, Matthew A. and Zhenchao Qian. “Wealth Inequality among Immigrants and Native-Born Americans: Persistent Racial/Ethnic Inequality.” Population Research and Policy Review 35:147-75. (Lead article)
2016 Painter II, Matthew A., Malcolm Holmes, and Jenna Bateman. “Skin Tone, Race/Ethnicity, and Wealth Stratification among New Immigrants: Revisiting the Preference for Whiteness Hypothesis.” Social Forces 94(3):1153-85.
2016 Painter II, Matthew A. and Zhenchao Qian. “Wealth Inequality among New Immigrants.” Sociological Perspectives 59(2):368-94
2015 Painter II, Matthew A., Adrianne Frech, and Kristi Williams. “Nonmarital Fertility, Union History, and Women’s Wealth.” Demography 52(1):153-82.OTHER LINKS: