Dr. Darcy Hango

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Adjunct Professor / Faculty of Arts and Science - Sociology and Anthropology - Sociology
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Part-time Faculty
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About
Education
BA, University of Saskatchewan
MA, University of Western Ontario
PhD, The Ohio State University
Research
Areas of Specialization:

​Sociology of Education; Social Demography; Family Sociology; Life Course; Transition to Adulthood; Quantitative Research

Research Interests:

​Postsecondary transitions; Skills and Training; Residential Mobility; Victimization; Social Diversity and Inclusion; Academic Ability and Achievement

Current & Future Research:

​Post-Secondary Education, Skills and the Workforce: Northern and Rural Challenges (Collaborator, SSHRC IG)

Publications

​Hango, Darcy. 2016. “Cyberbullying and cyberstalking among Internet users aged 15 to 29 in Canada,” Insights on Canadian Society, December 19, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 75-006-X.

LaRochelle-Côté, Sébastien and Hango, Darcy.2016. “Overqualification, skills and job satisfaction,” Insights on Canadian Society, September 14, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 75-006-X.

Arriagada, Paula and Hango, Darcy. 2016. “Literacy and numeracy among off-reserve First Nations people and Métis: Do higher skill levels improve labour market outcomes?” Insights on Canadian Society, May 18, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 75-006-X.

Hango, Darcy, Hamilton, Lynn, Sarah Jane, Ferguson, and Zhao, John. 2015. “Differences in the location of study of university-educated immigrants,” Insights on Canadian Society, September 15, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 75-006-X.

Hango, Darcy. 2014. “University graduates with lower levels of literacy and numeracy skills,” Insights on Canadian Society, November 4, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 75-006-X.

Hango, Darcy. 2013. Ability in Mathematics and Science at Age 15 and Program Choice in University: Differences by Gender. Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-595-MIE2013100. 

Hango, Darcy. 2013. “Gender differences in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (STEM) Programs at University,” Insights on Canadian Society, December 18, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 75-006-X.

Statistics Canada, Council of Ministers of Education, and Employment and Social Development Canada. 2013. Skills in Canada: First Results from the Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC). Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 89-555-x2013001. Contributing author

Hango, Darcy. 2011. “Length of time between high school graduation and enrolling in postsecondary education: Who delays and who does not.” Education Matters: Insights on Education, Learning and Training in Canada. December 14, Vol 8, No. 4. Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-004-XIE

Hango, Darcy. 2011. Delaying Post-Secondary Education: Who Delays and for How Long? Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-595-MIE2011090.

Hango, Darcy. 2010. Labour Market Experiences of Youth After Leaving School: Exploring the Effect of Educational Pathways Over Time. Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-595-MIE2010087.

Hango, Darcy W. and Le Bourdais, Céline. 2009 “The Effect of Education on Early Parenthood Among Young Canadian Adults” Canadian Studies in Population 36(3-4): 237-265.  

Hamilton, Hayley and Hango, Darcy W. 2008 “Symptoms of Psychological Distress Among Mothers and their Adult Offspring: A Longitudinal Examination” Journal of Child and Family Studies 17(6): 863-880. 

Hango, Darcy. 2008. “Taking time off between high school and postsecondary education: Determinants and early labour market outcomes.” Education Matters: Insights on Education, Learning and Training in Canada. January 7, Vol 4, No. 5. Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-004-XIE

Hango, Darcyand de Broucker, Patrice. 2007. Education-to-Labour Market Pathways of Canadian Youth: Findings from the Youth in Transition Survey. Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-595-MIE200754.

Hango, Darcyand de Broucker, Patrice. 2007. Postsecondary Enrolment Trends to 2031: Three Scenarios. Culture, Tourism and the Centre for Education Statistics Research Papers, Statistics Canada Catalogue Number 81-595-MIE200758

Hango, Darcy W. and Le Bourdais, Céline. 2007 “Early Union Formation in Canada: Links with Education” European Journal of Population 23: 339-368.

Hango, Darcy W. 2007 “Parental Investment in Childhood and Educational Qualifications: Can Greater Parental Involvement Mediate the Effects of Socioeconomic Disadvantage?” Social Science Research 36: 1371-1390.

Hango, Darcy W. 2006 “The Long Term Effect of Childhood Residential Mobility on Educational Attainment,” The Sociological Quarterly 47(4): 631-664. 

Houseknecht, Sharon K. and Hango, Darcy W. 2006 “The Impact of Marital Conflict and Disruption on Children’s Health,” Youth and Society 38(1): 58-89. 

Hango, Darcy W. 2005. “Parental Investment in Childhood and Later Adult Well-Being: Can More Involved Parents Offset the Effects of Socioeconomic Disadvantage?” CASEpaper 98, Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London School of Economics.http://sticerd.lse.ac.uk/dps/case/cp/CASEpaper98.pdf 

Hango, Darcy W. and Houseknecht, Sharon K. 2005 “Marital Disruption and Accidents/Injuries among Children,” Journal of Family Issues 26(1): 3-31. 

Hango, Darcy W. 2003. The effect of neighborhood poverty and residential mobility on child well-being. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. The Ohio State University. Department of Sociology.