Brian Hinote Dr. Hinote
Graduate Program Director
Associate Professor
Ph.D., 2007
University of Alabama
at Birmingham


Office: TODD 325
Phone: (615)494-7914
Email: Brian.Hinote@mtsu.edu

Areas of interest/Expertise:
Medical Sociology, Social Epidemiology, Social Theory,
Health Care Delivery & Policy, Social Determinants of
Population Health, Social Statistics & Research Methodology


Office Hours:
Monday 12:20-5:00pm
Tuesday/Thursday 11:30-2:00pm


Fall 2014 Class Schedule:

SOC 2010 Social Problems TR, Peck Hall 300 9:40 to 11:05 am
SOC 6560 Sociological Theory M, Todd Hall 348 6:00 to 9:00 pm

 

 

Editorial Positions

Co-Editor-In-Chief, Sociological Spectrum

Associate Editor, Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior & Society (Wiley-Blackwell, 2014)


Publications

Hinote, Brian P.  2014.  "Fundamental Cause Explanation of Health and Disease." Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior & Society.  Edited by Cockerham, W., Dingwall, R., & Quah, S.  Wiley-Blackwell.

Hinote, Brian P.  2014.  "Reflexive Modernization." Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior & Society.  Edited by Cockerham, W., Dingwall, R., & Quah, S.  Wiley-Blackwell.

Hinote, Brian P.  2014.  "Habitus, Class & Health." Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior & Society.  Edited by Cockerham, W., Dingwall, R., & Quah, S.  Wiley-Blackwell.

Hinote, Brian P.  2014.  "Life Chances & Health." Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior & Society.  Edited by Cockerham, W., Dingwall, R., & Quah, S.  Wiley-Blackwell.

Hinote, Brian P.  2014.  "Health Locus of Control." Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior & Society.  Edited by Cockerham, W., Dingwall, R., & Quah, S.  Wiley-Blackwell.

Hinote, Brian P.  2014.  "Sense of Control." Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior & Society.  Edited by Cockerham, W., Dingwall, R., & Quah, S.  Wiley-Blackwell.

Hinote, Brian P. and Jason Adam Wasserman.  2013.  "Reflexive Modernity and the Sociology of Health."  In Health Sociology on the Move:  New Directions in Theory.  Edited by William C. Cockerham.  Dordrecht, Netherlands:  Springer.

Pace, Richard and Brian P. Hinote.  2013.  Amazon Town TV:  An Audience Ethnography in the Brazilian Amazon.  University of Texas Press.

Hinote, Brian P. and Gretchen Webber.  2012.  "Drinking Toward Manhood:  Masculinity and Alcohol in the Former USSR."  Men & Masculinities 15:292-310.

Hinote, Brian P. and Jason Adam Wasserman.  2012.  "The Shifting Landscape of Health and Medicine:  Implications for Childbirth Education and Practice."  International Journal of Childbirth Education 27:69-75.

Wasserman, Jason Adam and Brian P. Hinote.  2012.  "The End of Modern Medicine:  The Evolution of Disease and Transformations in Medical Practice."  Journal of Healthcare, Science and the Humanities 2:145-56.

Bennett, Matthew and Brian P. Hinote.  2012.  "Socioeconomic Barriers to Mental Health Treatment."  McNair Research Review 10:29-35.

Wasserman, Jason Adam and Brian P. Hinote.  2011. "Chronic Illness as Incalculable Risk: Scientific Uncertainty and Social Transformations in Medicine." Social Theory & Health 9:41-58.

Currey, Andrew and Brian P. Hinote.  2011. "The Evolution of Industrial Food Production: McDonaldization and Popultion Health." Scientia et Humanitas 1:121-35.

Watson, Amanda, Meredith Dye, and Brian P. Hinote.  2011. "Contact Hypothesis in Context: Household Characteristics, Community Perception, and Racial/Ethnic Prejudice in the U.S." Scientia et Humanitas 1:1-26.

Cockerham, William C. and Brian P. Hinote.  In Press. "Health Lifestyles and Competing Explanations of the Mortality Crisis in the Former Soviet Union."; In France Meslé, Vladimir Shkolnikov, Jacques Vallin, and Anatoly Vishnevksy (eds.), Mortality in Countries of the Former USSR. Fifteen Years After the Breakup: Change or Continuity? Moscow: Center for Demography and Human Ecology. (In Russian)

Hinote, Brian P., William C. Cockerham, and Pamela Abbott.  2009. "Post-Communism and Female Tobacco Consumption in the Former Soviet States." Europe-Asia Studies, 61:1543-55.

Hinote, Brian P.  2009. "The Specter of Post-Communism: Competing Explanations for Health Crisis in the Former Soviet States." (Monograph). Saarbrücken, Germany: VDM Aktiengesellschaft & Company.

Hinote, Brian P., William C. Cockerham and Pamela Abbott.  2009. "Psychological Distress and Dietary Patterns in Eight Post-Soviet Republics." Appetite, 53:24-33.

Hinote, Brian P., William C. Cockerham and Pamela Abbott.  2009. "The Specter of Post-Communism: Women and Alcohol in Eight Post-Soviet States." Social Science & Medicine, 68:1254-62.

Cockerham, William C. and Brian P. Hinote.  2009. "Quantifying Habitus."; In Quantifying the Theories of Pierre Bourdieu. Karen Robson and Chris Sanders (eds.), Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

Cockerham, William C. and Brian P. Hinote.  2008. "Health Care Systems: United States."; The International Encyclopedia of Public Health. H. Kristian Heggenhougen (ed.), Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

Clair, Jeffrey Michael, Cullen Clark, Brian P. Hinote, Caroline Robinson, and Jason Wasserman.  2007. "Developing, Integrating, and Perpetuating New Ways of Applying Sociology to Health, Medicine, Policy, and Everyday Life."; Social Science and Medicine 64:248-58.

Hinote, Brian P.  2007. "Health Locus of Control,"; in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, ed. G. Ritzer. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 4:2063-2064.

Cockerham, William C., Brian P. Hinote, and Pamela Abbott.  2006. "A Sociological Model of Health Lifestyles: Conducting a Preliminary Test Using Russian Data."; Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozial Psychologie 46:177-97.

Cockerham, William C., Brian P. Hinote, and Pamela Abbott.  2006. "Psychological Distress, Gender, and Health Lifestyles in Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine."; Social Science and Medicine 63:2381-94.

Cockerham, William C., Brian P. Hinote, Geoffrey B. Cockerham, and Pamela Abbott.  2006. "Health Lifestyles and Political Ideology in Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine."; Social Science and Medicine 62:1799-1809.

Hinote, Brian P. and Kenneth L. Wilson.  2006. "Sustaining Mobilization: The Problem of Late-Stage Mobilization Among High-Risk HIV/AIDS Subpopulations."; Social Theory and Health 4:25-42.

Cockerham, William C., Brian P. Hinote, Pamela Abbott, and Christian Haerpfer.  2005. "Health Lifestyles in the Ukraine."; Sozial- und Präventivmedizin SPM (Social and Preventive Medicine) 50:264-71.

Cockerham, William C., Brian P. Hinote, Pamela Abbott, and Christian Haerpfer.  2004. "Health Lifestyles in Central Asia: The Case of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan."; Social Science and Medicine 59:1409-21.