University of Antwerp, Belgium Dept of Sociology
Fields of Specialization
Science and Technology Studies, Sustainability Transitions, Risk and Uncertainty, Environmental Sociology, Social Theory, Mixed-Method Designs
Assistant Professor of Sociology
University of Antwerp, Belgium
phone: +32(0)3 265 53 53
Vandermoere, F. & Vanderstraeten, R. (2012). Disciplinary networks and bounding: Scientific communication between science and technology studies and the history of science. Minerva. A Review of Science, Learning and Policy (forthcoming)
Vandermoere, F., Blanchemanche, S., Bieberstein, A., Marette, S., & Roosen, J. (2011). The public understanding of nanotechnology in the food domain: The hidden role of views on science, technology, and nature. Public Understanding of Science, 20, 195-206.
Vandermoere, F. et al. (2010). The morality of attitudes toward nanotechnology: About God, techno-scientific progress, and interfering with nature. Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 12(2): 373-381
Vandermoere, F. (2008). Psychosocial Health of Residents Exposed to Soil Pollution in a Flemish Neighbourhood. Social Science & Medicine. 66, 1646-1657.
Vandermoere, F. (2008). Hazard perception, risk perception and the need for decontamination by residents exposed to soil pollution: The role of sustainability and the limits of expert knowledge. Risk Analysis.28(2), 387-798.
2008, Ph D in Sociology, Ghent University (Belgium)
Dissertation title: Sociology and Nature: An Ecological-Symbolic Analysis of a Contaminated Neigbhourhood.
2002, Master in Sociology, Ghent University (Belgium)
Writing: Unité Mét@risk, F. Vandermoere
Creation date: 05 August 2008
Update: 24 July 2012