Research Student Profiles
The Environmental Movement Organisations as a Moral Microcosm: An Analysis of the Environmental Ethics of the World Wide Fund for Nature UK
By making use of both qualitative and quantitative methods, I am investigating the subtle ways in which the ethical stance of an environmental movement organisation (EMO) - that is, for example, the way in which the organisation conceptualises the relationship between state, market, and civil society on the one hand, and the environment on the other - influences the way in which said organisation is run, and vice versa.
These new insights generated by my research project will not only contribute to a better understanding of how social movement organisations operate, but will also provide a more nuanced account of how campaign strategies and organisational structures influence one another.
Associate Tutor, University of Edinburgh
Speaker at the European Sociological Association Conference 2011, in Geneva, Switzerland (7 - 10 September 2011).
Speaker at New Directions 2011 Conference at University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK (3 - 4 May 2011).
Master of Arts with Distinction in Political Sociology. School of Social Policy, Sociology, and Social Research. The University of Kent. 2008 - 2010.
Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Sociology, Anthropology, and Political Science. University College Maastricht. Maastricht University. 2004 - 2008.
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