Dr Florian Stoeckel
Diplom (FU Berlin), M.A. (UNC Chapel Hill), PhD (UNC Chapel Hill)
Senior Lecturer in Politics
I am a political scientist interested in comparative politics, European politics, and political psychology. I received my PhD in political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in May 2014. Currently, I am a Lecturer at the University of Exeter in the UK. Previously, I was a Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence.
My work is published in the European Journal of Political Research, Political Psychology, European Union Politics, the Journal of Common Market Studies, and the Journal of European Public Policy. I am working on two lines of research. On the one hand, I examine how citizens form attitudes towards complex political issues such as European integration and international redistribution. On the other hand, I am interested in 'post factual politics': I analyze misperceptions that citizens hold about politics, the processes that generate them, and the conditions under which they can be corrected.
Please use my website at www.florianstoeckel.eu for further information, to get in touch, and to sign up for office hours. You can use this researchgate site to access my work. Additional information is available on googlescholar.
Research group links
Public Opinion, Political Psychology, Comparative Politics with a focus on Europe, European Integration, Quantitative Methods and Experiments
- POL1020 - Politics in Europe
- POL2100 - Political Conflicts in Europe
- POL3203 - Comparative Public Opinion
- POL3267 - Misinformation, Misperceptions, and Conspiracy Theories
- POL3271 - Public Opinion, Post Factual Politics: New Challenges for Western Democracies
- POLM157 - Global Issues in European Politics