I joined the Marketing subject group at Sheffield Hallam in 2013, completing my doctorate at the University in 2016. My doctorate explored how Generation Y develop strong relationships with particular brands, an area close to my current research interests in qualitative research methods, consumer behaviour, and branding. Prior to joining the University I worked in various marketing roles in the FMCG and Professional Service sectors.
- 2016: Doctor of Philosophy, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
- 2014: Post Graduate Certificate, Non business related,
- 2008: BA Business Management, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
- Strategy and Marketing
Sheffield Business School
Moorlock, E. (2020). Visual Mapping of Identity: Negotiating Ethnic Identity. European Journal of Marketing. http://doi.org/10.1108/EJM-02-2019-0143
Tabrizi, W., Chamberlain, S., Moorlock, E., & Hill, D. (2019). Managing the Product. In Solomon, M.R., Marshall, G.W., Stuart, E.W., Barnes, B., & Mitchell, V.-.W. (Eds.) Marketing, Real People, Real Decisions. (3rd). London: Pearson Education
Tabrizi, W., Chamberlain, S., Moorlock, E., & Hill, D. (2019). Creating the Product. In Solomon, M.R., Marshall, G.W., Stuart, E.W., Barnes, B., & Mitchell, V.-.W. (Eds.) Marketing, Real People, Real Decisions. (3rd). London: Pearson Education
Dempsey, E., Dekel, O., & Moorlock, E. (2017). Youth Subcultural Theory: Making Space for a New Perspective. In Gbadamosi, A. (Ed.) Young consumer behaviour. (1). London: Routledge
Moorlock, E. (2016). Exploring the Romantic Relationship Metaphor in the Creation of Brand Attachment with Generation Y.
Moorlock, E. (2016). Creating Brand Attachment Relationships with Generation Y Consumers.