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Joost de Moor
|Title:||Postdoctoral Research Associate|
|Phone:||+44 (0) 1782 733879|
|Location:||CM 1.17 (Moser Building)|
Joost de Moor is a postdoctoral Research Associate at the School of Politics, Philosophy, International Relations, and Environment (SPIRE). Here, he works for the Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) where he focuses on how grassroots movements pursue sustainability through prefigurative strategies.
He recently defended his PhD thesis at the University of Antwerp, titled The Two-Dimensional Structure of Political Opportunities, which aims to explain how (perceptions of) political opportunities explain citizens’ political participation and the strategies of social movements.
Joost’s research focuses on activism within the environmental movement, the climate movement, and the squatting movement. He has (forthcoming) publications in Mobilization, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Parliamentary Affairs, and Acta Politica, and has recently written two book chapters on the climate change movement at COP21.
Joost is the co-convenor of the ECPR Standing Group on Participation and Mobilization.
Joost de Moor works for the Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP). His research with CUSP is located within the P(olitics)-theme and focuses on how grassroots movements pursue sustainability through prefigurative strategies.
- de Moor, J. & P. Balsiger. (Forthcoming, 2018). Leading by example? Political consumerism in Northwestern Europe. In P. Oosterveer, M. Micheletti & M. Boström (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Political Consumerism. Oxford: Oxford University Press
- de Moor, J. (2017) The ‘Efficacy Dilemma’ of Transnational Climate Activism: The Case of COP21. Environmental Politics. Online first.
- de Moor, J., S. Marien & M. Hooghe (2017). Why Only Some Lifestyle Activists Avoid State-Oriented Politics: A Case Study in The Belgian Environmental Movement. Mobilization 22(2), pp. 245-264
- de Moor, J., Morena, E., & Comby, J.-B. (2017). The ins and outs of climate movement activism at COP21. InS. C. Aykut, J. Foyer, & E. Morena (Eds.), Globalizing the Climate: COP21 and the Climatization of Global Debates, pp. 75-95. London: Routledge.
- Wahlström, M., & de Moor, J. (2017). Governing dissent in a state of emergency: Police and protesterinteractions in the global space of the COP. In C. Cassegård, L. Soneryd, H. Thörn, & Å. Wettergren(Eds.), Climate Action in a Globalizing World: Comparative Perspectives on Social Movements in the Global North, pp. 57-80. London: Routledge.
- de Moor, J. (2017). Lifestyle Politics and the Concept of Political Participation. Acta Politica 52(2), pp. 179-197.
- de Moor, J. (2016). Practicing Openness: Investigating the Role of Everyday Decision Making in the Production of Squatted Space. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 40(2), pp. 410-424
- de Moor, J. (2016). External Efficacy and Political Participation Revisited: The Role of Perceived Output Structures for State- and Non-State-Oriented Action Forms. Parliamentary Affairs 69(3) , pp. 642-662
- de Moor, J., S. Marien & M. Hooghe (2013). “Won’t You Be My Number Two?”. The impact of gender quota laws on the percentage of female mayors in the Flemish part of Belgium. Res Publica, 55 (3), pp. 303-320.