Ph.D. in Sociology, Univ of Texas at Austin
M.A. in Sociology, Univ of South Carolina
B.A. in Sociology, Winthrop Univ
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Carolina Population Center, Univ of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Burdette, Amy M. Terrence D. Hill and Lauren Hale. Forthcoming. “Household Disrepair and the Mental Health of Low-income Urban Women.” Urban Health
Burdette, Amy M., Christopher G. Ellison, Terrence D. Hill and Norval Glenn. 2009 “Hooking up at College: Does Religion Make a Difference?” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 48: 535-551
Burdette, Amy M. and Terrence D. Hill. 2008 “An Examination of Processes Linking Perceived Neighborhood Disorder and Obesity” Social Science and Medicine 67: 38-46.
Burdette, Amy M., Christopher G. Ellison, Darren Sherkat and Kurt Gore. 2007 “Are there Religious Variations in Marital Infidelity?” Journal of Family Issues 28: 1553-1581.
Faculty Associate, CDPH; Professor, Department of Sociology; Director, Public Health Program; Associate, Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy
Specialization: Research focuses primarily on connections between religion, neighborhood context and health across the life course, with special attention to disadvantaged populations.
Areas of Interest: Health and Illness Sociology of Religion Neighborhood Context
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