Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Huang, Jonathan, Farhan Majid & Mark Daku. 2019. “Estimating

effects of Uber ride sharing service on road traffic mortality in South

Africa: A quasi-experimental study.” Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. Published Online First:  11 January 2019. doi: 10.1136/jech-2018-211006 

Daku, Mark. 2018 “Ethics Beyond Ethics: The Need for Virtuous Researchers.”

BMC Medical Ethics. 19 (Suppl 1):42 

Soroka, Stuart, Mark Daku, Daniel Hiaeshutter-Rice, Joshua Pasek & Lauren

Guggenheim. 2017. “Shifting Biases in Economic News, from Traditional

to Social Media.” Communication Research. Published online

Aug. 21, 2017

Daku, Mark & Krzysztof Pelc. 2017 “Who Holds the Most Influence

Over WTO Jurisprudence?” International Journal of Economic Law.

Moreau, Julie & Mark Daku. 2017. “Much ‘I do’ about nothing? The impact

of South Africa’s Civil Union Act on media representations of marriage.”

Journal of African Media Studies. 9(1), 145–61

Craft, Jonathan & Mark Daku. 2017. “A Comparative Assessment of Elite

Policy Recruits in Canada.” Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis.

19(3),207–226. Published online: 20 Jun 2016.

Nazif-Muñoz, José Ignacio & Mark Daku. 2016. “Are health systems in

Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean reducing traffic fatalities?”

Traffic Injury Prevention 17(S1): 178–181.

Heymann, Jody, & Mark Daku. 2014. “A Simple Solution: Ensuring Equitable

Access to Sick Leave.” Canadian Medical Association Journal

186(13): 975–976.

Daku, Mark, Andrew Gibbs, & Jody Heymann. 2013. “Representations of

MDR and XDR-TB in South African Newspapers.” Social Science &

Medicine 75(2): 410–418.

Daku, Mark, Amy Raub, & Jody Heymann. 2012. “Maternal Leave Policies

and Vaccination Coverage: A Global Analysis.” Social Science &

Medicine 74(2): 120–124.

Other Publications


Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

Marquis, Laurence & Mark Daku. Forthcoming. “Research Ethics” In Key

Concepts in Research Methods, edited by Jean-Frédéric Morin, Christian

Olsson, and Ece Ozlem Atikcan. Taylor & Francis: UK.

Crandall, Erin, Kate Puddister, & Mark Daku. Forthcoming. “Covering

the Court: Media Framing of Physician-Assisted Dying Litigation from

Rodriguez to Carter” In What’s #Trending in Canadian Politics? Understanding

Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere,

edited by Mireille Lalancette, Vincent Raynauld, and Erin Crandall.

Under contract with UBC Press.

Hengeveld, Maria & Mark Daku. 2015. “Education as Domination: Girls’

experiences in desegregated White South African schools.” In Educating

Adolescent Girls around the Globe: Challenges and Implications, edited

by Sandra L. Stacki & Supriya Baily. Routledge: New York.

Daku, Mark. 2013. “Political Leadership and HIV/AIDS in South Africa.”

In Africa Rising: A Continent’s Future through the Eyes of Emerging Scholars, eds. Erica Shaw & Hayley Mackinnon. CIGI: Waterloo.