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Research

Timo Korstenbroek is a PhD candidate at the VU’s Department of Sociology. For his PhD, he focuses on addressing the pernicious effects of societal polarisation within the public debate on refugee reception in the Netherlands, whilst aiming to find novel ways to enable what are deemed democratically constructive effects of polarisation (i.e.: creating space for the inclusion of profoundly different views not represented within hegemonic discourses). His research is furthermore affiliated to both the Institute for Societal Resilience’s (ISR) Polarisation Lab and the Refugee Academy. For the latter, he is currently also engaged in the Learning Crossroads project that examines the role of (Dutch) civil society initiatives promoting refugees’ inclusion.

Teaching

Currently, Timo is engaged in teaching activities in the Research Lab course of the Sociology Masters program where he assists in teaching Qualitative Research Methods (interviewing and coding/analysis).

Prizes and Awards

Winner of the Johannes van der Zouwen Master Thesis Prize (VU FSS, 2017)

Winner of the Dutch Sociological Association (NSV) Master Thesis Award (NSV, 2018)

Honourable mention Internet Thesis Award (Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities, 2018)

Winner of the MSc Best Overall Performance Prize (London School of Economics and Political science, department of Media and Communications, 2018)

Education

Timo holds an MSc in Sociology from VU Amsterdam (graduated cum laude in 2017), and an MSc in Politics and Communication obtained from the London School of Economics and Political science (graduated with distinction as best of his year in 2018).

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Research Output 2019 2019

Developing the potential for change: Challenging power through social entrepreneurship in the Netherlands

Korstenbroek, T. & Smets, P., 2019, In : Voluntas. 30, 3, p. 475-486

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theory formation
intrinsic motivation

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