Pinch's book, Confronting Nature is widely considered the definitive sociological account of the history of the solar neutrino problem, and was mentioned by Raymond Davis in his 2002 Nobel Prize acceptance speech.
Pinch, Trevor; Kline, Ronald (1999) , "The social construction of technology", in MacKenzie, Donald; Wajcman, Judy, The social shaping of technology (2nd ed.), Buckingham England Philadelphia: Open University Press, pp. 113–115, ISBN9780335199136.
Pinch, Trevor; Bijker, Wiebe E. (1987), "The social construction of facts and artifacts: or how the sociology of science and the sociology of technology might benefit each other", in Pinch, Trevor; Bijker, Wiebe E.; Hughes, Thomas P., The social construction of technological systems: new directions in the sociology and history of technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, pp. 17–50, ISBN9780262022620.
Pinch, Trevor (1996), "The social construction of technology: a review", in Fox, Robert, Technological change: methods and themes in the history of technology, Amsterdam, Holland: Harwood Academic Publishers, pp. 17–35, ISBN9789057023378.
Pinch, Trevor (2001), "Why do you go to a piano store to buy a synthesizer: path dependence and the social construction of technology", in Garud, Raghu; Karnøe, Peter, Path dependence and creation, Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, pp. 381–399, ISBN9780805832723.