Daniel Menchik, Ph.D.
|Address:|| W-26F Holmes
|Phone:|| (517) 353-4854
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Lyman Briggs College at Michigan State University. My research focuses on medicine, science, work and occupations, knowledge, and theory.
Recently, I received the 2013 American Sociological Association Outstanding Dissertation Award, and am now working on a book manuscript related to this project. It develops an argument about the relationship between medical knowledge and medical practices, and its link to the development and decay of authority.
My research has been published in The Journal of Health and Social Behavior, The American Journal of Sociology, and other journals. I received my BA from the University of Wisconsin--Madison, my MPhil from the University of Cambridge, and my MA and PhD from the University of Chicago.
Daniel Menchik CV
Michigan State University Science and Society at State Collaborative Grant Award, (Menchik), Patient Adherence and Hospital Readmission After Orthopedic Surgery [2015 -2015] $6,000
2014 Menchik, D, and L. Jin (2014) “When Do Doctors Follow Patients' Orders? Organizational Mechanisms of Physician Influence.” Social Science Research. 48: pp. 171-184
2014 Menchik, D. (2014) “Simmel's Dynamic Social Medicine: New Questions For Studying Medical Institutions?” Social Science & Medicine, 107 pp. 100-104.
2014 Menchik, Daniel A. (2014) “Decisions About Knowledge in Medical Practice: The Effect of Temporal Features of a Task.” American Journal of Sociology. 120 pp. 701-49.
2010 Menchik, D., and D. Meltzer. (2010) “The Retrieval of Scientific Findings and Attainment of Esteem in Physician Networks.” The Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 51:2 pp. 37-52.
2008 Menchik, D., and X. Tian. (2008) “Putting Social Context into Text: The Semiotics of Email Interaction.” American Journal of Sociology, 114 (2) pp. 332-70.