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Professor Clare Saunders

Professor Clare Saunders

Professor in Environmental Politics

 01326 259466

 Environment and Sustainability Institute 2.33

 

Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

Overview

My areas of research expertise are social movements and protest, climate and energy politics, and social networks. I am involved with several interdisciplinary projects, ranging from exploring why protesters take to the streets, to investigating whether local energy saving initiatives can help householders reduce their energy demand. I measure the extent to which a variety of organisations, including industry lobby groups, influence climate change policies.

You can find out more by watching a two-minute video of me explaining my work.

Qualifications

2005 PhD Environmental Social Science (University of Kent) 
2000 MSc Integrated Environmental Studies (University of Southampton)
1998 BA in Geography/History (University of Southampton)

Career

2014 Associate Professor, University of Exeter
2013 Senior Lecturer, University of Exeter
2011-2012 Senior Lecturer, University of Southampton
2008-2012 RCUK Academic Fellow, University of Southampton

Research

Research interests

  • Social movements and protest (especially those related to environmental issues)
  • Social and political networks
  • Environmental issues in the media
  • Climate and energy politics
  • Behaviour change

Research projects

  • Comparing climate change policy networks
  • Caught in the act of protest: contextualising contestation
  • Community based initiatives in energy saving
  • Making methods matter: embedding employability, enhancing experience

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Books

Saunders C (eds)(2019). When Citizens Talk About Politics. Routledge. Abstract.
Saunders C (2013). Environmental Networks and Social Movement Theory., Bloomsbury USA. Abstract.
Connelly J, Smith, G, Benson, D, Saunders C (2012). Politics and the Environment: from Theory to Practice, 3rd Edition.
Banya M, Armstrong C, Mason A, McGhee D, McGrew A, Owen D, Saunders C, Smith G, Stoker G (2011). Prospects for Citizenship.

Journal articles

Bardsley N, Buechs M, James P, Anastasios P, Thomas R, Saunders C, Graham S, Wallbridge R, Nicholas W (2019). Domestic thermal upgrades, community action and energy saving: a three-year experimental study of prosperous households. Energy Policy, 127, 475-485. Full text.
Roth S, Saunders C (2019). Gender Differences in Political Participation: Comparing Street Demonstrators in Sweden and the United Kingdom. Sociology, 53(3), 571-589. Abstract.  Full text.
Saunders C, Jennings W (2019). Street Demonstrations and the Media Agenda: an Analysis of the Dynamics of Protest Agenda-Setting. Comparative Political Studies Full text.
Saunders C, Grasso MT, Hedges C (2018). Attention to climate change in British newspapers in three attention cycles (1997–2017). Geoforum, 94, 94-102. Abstract.  Full text.
Price S, Saunders C, Hinchliffe S, McDonald RA (2017). From contradiction to contrast in a countryside conflict: Using Q Methodology to reveal a diplomatic space for doing TB differently. Environment and Planning A, 49(11), 2578-2594. Full text.
Broadbent J, Sonnett J, Botetzagias I, Carson M, Carvalho A, Chien Y-J, Edling C, Fisher D, Giouzepas G, Haluza-DeLay R, et al (2016). Conflicting Climate Change Frames in a Global Field of Media Discourse. Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 2, 237802311667066-237802311667066. Full text.
Saunders C (2016). the future of social movements and social movement research in a globalizing world. EUROPEAN POLITICAL SCIENCE, 15(1), 143-146. Author URL.
Büchs M, Saunders C, Wallbridge R, Smith G, Bardsley N (2015). Identifying and explaining framing strategies of low carbon lifestyle movement organisations. Global Environmental Change, 35, 307-315. Abstract.  Full text.
Saunders C (2015). Not to mock modes of coordination (MOC), but raise important questions about their measurement. Partecipazione and Conflitto, 8(3), 869-904.
Saunders C (2015). Not to mock modes of coordination (moc), but to raise important questions about their measurement. Partecipazione e Conflitto, 8(3), 896-904.
Saunders C (2014). Anti-politics in action? Exposing measurement dilemmas in the study of unconventional political participation. Political Research Quarterly, 67(3), 574-588. Full text.
Saunders C, Büchs M, Papafragkou A, Wallbridge R, Smith G (2014). Beyond the Activist Ghetto: a Deductive Blockmodelling Approach to Understanding the Relationship between Contact with Environmental Organisations and Public Attitudes and Behaviour. Social Movement Studies, 13(1), 158-177. Abstract.  Full text.
Olcese C, Saunders C, Tzavidas N (2014). In the streets with a degree: How political generations, educational attainment and student status affect engagement in protest politics. International Sociology, 6(29), 525-545. Full text.
Olcese C, Saunders C, Tzavidis N (2014). In the streets with a degree: How political generations, educational attainment and student status affect engagement in protest politics. International Sociology, 29(6), 525-545. Abstract.
Roth S, Saunders C, Olcese C (2014). Occupy as a free space: Mobilization processes and outcomes. Sociological Research Online: an electronic journal, 1(19). Full text.
Saunders C (2014). Protest, Inc. The corporatization of activism. ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS, 23(6), 1115-1117. Author URL.
Waddell P, Millard D, Saunders C (2014). Stop G8 - an ethnographic account of web use in global justice activism. WebSci 2014 - Proceedings of the 2014 ACM Web Science Conference, 269-270. Abstract.
Dunn A, Grasso M, Saunders C (2014). Unemployment and attitudes to work: Asking the "right" question. Work, Employment and Society, 28(6), 904-925. Full text.
Saunders C, Büchs M, Papafragkou A, Wallbridge R, Smith G (2013). Beyond the activist ghetto: a deductive blockmodeling approach to understanding the relationship between contact with environmental organisations and public attitudes and behaviour. SMS, 1(13), 158-177. Abstract.
Ryan M, Saunders C, Rainsford E, Thompson E (2013). Improving research methods teaching and learning in politics and international relations: a reality show approach. Politics, 1(34), 85-97.
Saunders C (2013). Insiders, thresholders and outsiders in West European global justice networks: Network positions and modes of coordination. European Political Science Review, 2(6), 167-189. Abstract.  Full text.
Clifford D, Rajme F, Smith G, Edwards R, Buchs M, Saunders C (2013). Mapping the environmental third sector in England. Voluntary Sector Review, 4, 241-264.
Saunders C, Grasso M, Olcese C, Rainsford E, Rootes C (2012). Explaining differential protest participation: Novices, returners, repeaters and stalwarts. Mobilization: an international journal, 17(3), 263-280. Abstract.
Saunders C (2012). Reformism and radicalism in the Climate Camp in Britain: Benign coexistence, tensions and prospects for bridging. Environmental Politics, 21(5), 829-846. Abstract.
Saunders C (2011). Unblocking the path to effective block modeling in social movement research. Mobilization: an international journal, 16(3), 283-302. Abstract.
Saunders C, Price S (2009). One person's eu-topia, another's hell: Climate Camp as a heterotopia. Environmental Politics, 18(1), 117-122.
Saunders C (2008). Double edged swords: Collective identity and solidarity in the environment movement. British Journal of Sociology, 59(2), 227-253.
Saunders C (2008). It's not just structural: Social movements are not homogenous responses to structural features, but networks shaped by organisational strategies and status. Sociological Research Online, 14(1). Abstract.
Saunders C (2008). The stop climate Chaos coalition: Climate change as a development issue. Third World Quarterly, 29(8), 1509-1526. Abstract.
Saunders C (2007). Comparing Environmental Movements in Periods of Latency and Visibility. Graduate Journal of Social Science, 1(4), 109-139.
Saunders C (2007). The national and the local: Relationships among environmental movement organisations in London. Environmental Politics, 16(5), 742-764. Abstract.
Saunders C (2007). Using social network analysis to explore social movements: a relational approach. Social Movement Studies: journal of social, cultural and political protest, 3(6), 227-243.

Chapters

Saunders C, Bert K (2019). Anti-politics Statements in Fast Thinking: What Comes to Mind First When Thinking About Politics. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
Saunders C (2019). Conclusion: How Citizens Talk About Electoral and Protest Politics, a Cross-Country Comparison. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
Price S, Saunders C (2019). Discussing Politics in the UK: Non-Violence, Representativeness, Consistency and Fairness and Constitutional Values. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
Saunders C, Klandermans B, Price S, Garyfallou A, Hutter S (2019). Introduction: When Citizens Talk About Politics: Towards an Analytical Framework. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
van Bezouw MJ, Garyfallou A, Oană I-E, Rojon S, Saunders C (2019). Methodological Appendix. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) , Routledge.
Saunders C, Roth S (2019). NGOs and Social Movement Theory. In Davies T (Ed) Routledge Handbook of NGOs and International Relations, Routledge.
Saunders C, della Porta D, Andretta M (2017). Globalization and Social Movements. In Snow D (Ed) The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Social Movements.
Saunders C, Büchs M, Papafragkou A, Wallbridge R, Smith G (2016). Beyond the activist ghetto: a deductive blockmodelling approach to understanding the relationship between contact with environmental organisations and public attitudes and behaviour. In  (Ed) Social Networks and Social Movements: Contentious Connections, 158-177.  Abstract.
Saunders C (2016). Climate change protesters in Britain: Political ecologists, or something else?. In Prendiville B, Haigron D (Eds.) Political Ecology in Britain, Brill.
Saunders C, Roth S, Olcese C (2015). Are we really “all in it together?”: Anti-austerity protests in Britain. In Guigni M, Grasso M (Eds.) Austerity and Protest: Popular Contention in Times of Economic Crisis, Routledge, 171-191.
Saunders C, Kemp S, Kendall J, Warren A, Wright L, Canning J, Grace M (2015). Global consensus is a dream but Twitter is real: Simulating a development goals summit through interdisciplinary classroom politics and negotiation by social media. In Leal Filho W, Brandli L, Kuznetsova O, Paco A (Eds.) Integrative Approaches to Sustainable Development at University Level, Springer, 551-566.
Saunders C (2015). The challenges of using survey instruments to measure the identities of green protesters’. In Jasper J, McGarry A (Eds.) The Identity Dilemma, Temple University Press, 85-107.
Olcese C, Saunders C (2014). British students in the winter protests: Still a new social movement?. In  (Ed) Higher Education in the UK and the US: Converging University Models in a Global Academic World?, 250-271.
Olcese C, Saunders C (2014). Students in the winter protests: Still a new social movement?. In  (Ed) Higher Education in the UK and the US: Converging Models in a Global Academic World?, Leiden: Brill Publishers.
Saunders C, Dunn A, Grasso M (2014). Who agrees that “having almost any job is better than being unemployed?. In Dunn A (Ed) Rethinking Unemployment and the Work Ethic: Beyond the ‘Quasi-Titmuss' Paradigm, Palgrave MacMillan, 114-147.
Saunders C (2013). Activism. In Snow DA, della Porta D, Klandermans B, McAdam D (Eds.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, Wiley.
Saunders C (2013). Friends of the Earth. In Snow DA, della Porta D, Klandermans B, McAdam D (Eds.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements.
Price S, Saunders C, Olcese C (2013). Movements. In  (Ed) Critical Environmental Politics, Routledge, 165-174.
Saunders C, Rootes C (2013). Participation in global justice movement organisations. In  (Ed) Meeting Democracy, 72-96.
Saunders C, Papafragkou T (2012). Dropping the debt? British anti-debt campaigns and international development policy. In Utting P, Pianta M, Ellersiek A (Eds.) Global justice activism and policy reform in Europe: Understanding when change happens, London: Routledge, 213-234.
Saunders C, Rootes C (2011). Patterns of participation. In  (Ed) Meeting Democracy: Power and Deliberation in Global Justice Movements, 72-96.  Abstract.
Milns S, Rootes C, Saunders C, Swaine G (2010). The European Court of Human Rights in the United Kingdom - litigation, rights protection and minorities. In Aaagnostou D, Psychogiopoulou E (Eds.) The European Court of Human Rights and protection of the Marginalized, Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 183-208.
Saunders C (2009). British humanitarian, aid and development NGOs, 1949-present. In  (Ed) NGOs in Contemporary Britain: Non-state Actors in Society and Politics since 1945, 38-58.
Saunders C (2009). Organizational resources and democratic conceptions: is big or small beautiful?. In  (Ed) Democracy in Movements: Conceptions and Practices of Democracy in Contemporary Social Movements, London: Palgrave MacMillan, 150-170.
Saunders C (2009). Organizational size and democratic practices: can large be beautiful?. In  (Ed) Democracy in Social Movements, 150-170.
Millns S, Rootes C, Saunders C, Swain G (2009). The European court of human rights in the UK: Litigation, rights protection and minorities. In  (Ed) The European Court of Human Rights and the Rights of Marginalised Individuals and Minorities in National Context, 183-207.
Saunders C, Andretta M (2009). The organizational dimension: How organizational formality, voice, and influence affect mobilization and participation. In  (Ed) Another Europe: Conceptions and practices of democracy in the European Social Forums, 128-148.
Saunders C (2008). British humanitarian, aid and development organizations 1945-2007. In Hilton M, Crowson M, McKay J (Eds.) NGOs in Contemporary Britain: Non-state Actors in Politics Since 1945, Palgrave, 38-58.
Saunders C, Andretta M (2008). The organizational dimension: the effect of organizational formality, voice and influence on mobilization and participation in the global justice movement. In della Porta D (Ed) Another Europe is Possible: Conceptions and Practices of Democracy in the European Social Forum, London: Routledge, 128-148.
Rootes C, Saunders C (2007). Le développement du mouvement pour une justice globale en Grande-Bretange. In Sommier I, Agrikoliansky E, Fillieule O (Eds.) La généalogie des mouvements anti-globalisation en Europe. Une perspective comparée, Paris: Karthala, 67-86.
Rootes C, Saunders C (2007). The Global Justice Movement in Great Britain. In Della Porta D (Ed) The Global Justice Movement: Cross-national and Transnational Perspectives, Boulder, USA: Boulder, Paradigm Publishers, 128-156.

Publications by year


2019

Saunders C, Bert K (2019). Anti-politics Statements in Fast Thinking: What Comes to Mind First When Thinking About Politics. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
Saunders C (2019). Conclusion: How Citizens Talk About Electoral and Protest Politics, a Cross-Country Comparison. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
Price S, Saunders C (2019). Discussing Politics in the UK: Non-Violence, Representativeness, Consistency and Fairness and Constitutional Values. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
Bardsley N, Buechs M, James P, Anastasios P, Thomas R, Saunders C, Graham S, Wallbridge R, Nicholas W (2019). Domestic thermal upgrades, community action and energy saving: a three-year experimental study of prosperous households. Energy Policy, 127, 475-485. Full text.
Roth S, Saunders C (2019). Gender Differences in Political Participation: Comparing Street Demonstrators in Sweden and the United Kingdom. Sociology, 53(3), 571-589. Abstract.  Full text.
Saunders C, Klandermans B, Price S, Garyfallou A, Hutter S (2019). Introduction: When Citizens Talk About Politics: Towards an Analytical Framework. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
van Bezouw MJ, Garyfallou A, Oană I-E, Rojon S, Saunders C (2019). Methodological Appendix. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) , Routledge.
Saunders C, Roth S (2019). NGOs and Social Movement Theory. In Davies T (Ed) Routledge Handbook of NGOs and International Relations, Routledge.
Saunders C, Jennings W (2019). Street Demonstrations and the Media Agenda: an Analysis of the Dynamics of Protest Agenda-Setting. Comparative Political Studies Full text.
Saunders C (eds)(2019). When Citizens Talk About Politics. Routledge. Abstract.

2018

Saunders C, Grasso MT, Hedges C (2018). Attention to climate change in British newspapers in three attention cycles (1997–2017). Geoforum, 94, 94-102. Abstract.  Full text.
Saunders C (2018). London Design Fair for the AHRC Design Showcase.  Abstract.

2017

Price S, Saunders C, Hinchliffe S, McDonald RA (2017). From contradiction to contrast in a countryside conflict: Using Q Methodology to reveal a diplomatic space for doing TB differently. Environment and Planning A, 49(11), 2578-2594. Full text.
Saunders C, della Porta D, Andretta M (2017). Globalization and Social Movements. In Snow D (Ed) The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Social Movements.

2016

Saunders C, Büchs M, Papafragkou A, Wallbridge R, Smith G (2016). Beyond the activist ghetto: a deductive blockmodelling approach to understanding the relationship between contact with environmental organisations and public attitudes and behaviour. In  (Ed) Social Networks and Social Movements: Contentious Connections, 158-177.  Abstract.
Saunders C (2016). Climate change protesters in Britain: Political ecologists, or something else?. In Prendiville B, Haigron D (Eds.) Political Ecology in Britain, Brill.
Broadbent J, Sonnett J, Botetzagias I, Carson M, Carvalho A, Chien Y-J, Edling C, Fisher D, Giouzepas G, Haluza-DeLay R, et al (2016). Conflicting Climate Change Frames in a Global Field of Media Discourse. Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 2, 237802311667066-237802311667066. Full text.
Saunders C (2016). the future of social movements and social movement research in a globalizing world. EUROPEAN POLITICAL SCIENCE, 15(1), 143-146. Author URL.

2015

Saunders C, Roth S, Olcese C (2015). Are we really “all in it together?”: Anti-austerity protests in Britain. In Guigni M, Grasso M (Eds.) Austerity and Protest: Popular Contention in Times of Economic Crisis, Routledge, 171-191.
Saunders C, Kemp S, Kendall J, Warren A, Wright L, Canning J, Grace M (2015). Global consensus is a dream but Twitter is real: Simulating a development goals summit through interdisciplinary classroom politics and negotiation by social media. In Leal Filho W, Brandli L, Kuznetsova O, Paco A (Eds.) Integrative Approaches to Sustainable Development at University Level, Springer, 551-566.
Büchs M, Saunders C, Wallbridge R, Smith G, Bardsley N (2015). Identifying and explaining framing strategies of low carbon lifestyle movement organisations. Global Environmental Change, 35, 307-315. Abstract.  Full text.
Saunders C (2015). Not to mock modes of coordination (MOC), but raise important questions about their measurement. Partecipazione and Conflitto, 8(3), 869-904.
Saunders C (2015). Not to mock modes of coordination (moc), but to raise important questions about their measurement. Partecipazione e Conflitto, 8(3), 896-904.
Saunders C (2015). The challenges of using survey instruments to measure the identities of green protesters’. In Jasper J, McGarry A (Eds.) The Identity Dilemma, Temple University Press, 85-107.

2014

Saunders C (2014). Anti-politics in action? Exposing measurement dilemmas in the study of unconventional political participation. Political Research Quarterly, 67(3), 574-588. Full text.
Saunders C, Büchs M, Papafragkou A, Wallbridge R, Smith G (2014). Beyond the Activist Ghetto: a Deductive Blockmodelling Approach to Understanding the Relationship between Contact with Environmental Organisations and Public Attitudes and Behaviour. Social Movement Studies, 13(1), 158-177. Abstract.  Full text.
Olcese C, Saunders C (2014). British students in the winter protests: Still a new social movement?. In  (Ed) Higher Education in the UK and the US: Converging University Models in a Global Academic World?, 250-271.
Olcese C, Saunders C, Tzavidas N (2014). In the streets with a degree: How political generations, educational attainment and student status affect engagement in protest politics. International Sociology, 6(29), 525-545. Full text.
Olcese C, Saunders C, Tzavidis N (2014). In the streets with a degree: How political generations, educational attainment and student status affect engagement in protest politics. International Sociology, 29(6), 525-545. Abstract.
Roth S, Saunders C, Olcese C (2014). Occupy as a free space: Mobilization processes and outcomes. Sociological Research Online: an electronic journal, 1(19). Full text.
Saunders C (2014). Protest, Inc. The corporatization of activism. ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS, 23(6), 1115-1117. Author URL.
Waddell P, Millard D, Saunders C (2014). Stop G8 - an ethnographic account of web use in global justice activism. WebSci 2014 - Proceedings of the 2014 ACM Web Science Conference, 269-270. Abstract.
Olcese C, Saunders C (2014). Students in the winter protests: Still a new social movement?. In  (Ed) Higher Education in the UK and the US: Converging Models in a Global Academic World?, Leiden: Brill Publishers.
Dunn A, Grasso M, Saunders C (2014). Unemployment and attitudes to work: Asking the "right" question. Work, Employment and Society, 28(6), 904-925. Full text.
Saunders C, Dunn A, Grasso M (2014). Who agrees that “having almost any job is better than being unemployed?. In Dunn A (Ed) Rethinking Unemployment and the Work Ethic: Beyond the ‘Quasi-Titmuss' Paradigm, Palgrave MacMillan, 114-147.

2013

Saunders C (2013). Activism. In Snow DA, della Porta D, Klandermans B, McAdam D (Eds.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, Wiley.
Saunders C, Büchs M, Papafragkou A, Wallbridge R, Smith G (2013). Beyond the activist ghetto: a deductive blockmodeling approach to understanding the relationship between contact with environmental organisations and public attitudes and behaviour. SMS, 1(13), 158-177. Abstract.
Saunders C (2013). Environmental Networks and Social Movement Theory., Bloomsbury USA. Abstract.
Saunders C (2013). Friends of the Earth. In Snow DA, della Porta D, Klandermans B, McAdam D (Eds.) Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements.
Ryan M, Saunders C, Rainsford E, Thompson E (2013). Improving research methods teaching and learning in politics and international relations: a reality show approach. Politics, 1(34), 85-97.
Saunders C (2013). Insiders, thresholders and outsiders in West European global justice networks: Network positions and modes of coordination. European Political Science Review, 2(6), 167-189. Abstract.  Full text.
Clifford D, Rajme F, Smith G, Edwards R, Buchs M, Saunders C (2013). Mapping the environmental third sector in England. Voluntary Sector Review, 4, 241-264.
Price S, Saunders C, Olcese C (2013). Movements. In  (Ed) Critical Environmental Politics, Routledge, 165-174.
Saunders C, Rootes C (2013). Participation in global justice movement organisations. In  (Ed) Meeting Democracy, 72-96.

2012

Saunders C, Papafragkou T (2012). Dropping the debt? British anti-debt campaigns and international development policy. In Utting P, Pianta M, Ellersiek A (Eds.) Global justice activism and policy reform in Europe: Understanding when change happens, London: Routledge, 213-234.
Saunders C, Grasso M, Olcese C, Rainsford E, Rootes C (2012). Explaining differential protest participation: Novices, returners, repeaters and stalwarts. Mobilization: an international journal, 17(3), 263-280. Abstract.
Connelly J, Smith, G, Benson, D, Saunders C (2012). Politics and the Environment: from Theory to Practice, 3rd Edition.
Saunders C (2012). Reformism and radicalism in the Climate Camp in Britain: Benign coexistence, tensions and prospects for bridging. Environmental Politics, 21(5), 829-846. Abstract.

2011

Saunders C, Rootes C (2011). Patterns of participation. In  (Ed) Meeting Democracy: Power and Deliberation in Global Justice Movements, 72-96.  Abstract.
Banya M, Armstrong C, Mason A, McGhee D, McGrew A, Owen D, Saunders C, Smith G, Stoker G (2011). Prospects for Citizenship.
Saunders C (2011). Unblocking the path to effective block modeling in social movement research. Mobilization: an international journal, 16(3), 283-302. Abstract.

2010

Milns S, Rootes C, Saunders C, Swaine G (2010). The European Court of Human Rights in the United Kingdom - litigation, rights protection and minorities. In Aaagnostou D, Psychogiopoulou E (Eds.) The European Court of Human Rights and protection of the Marginalized, Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 183-208.

2009

Saunders C (2009). British humanitarian, aid and development NGOs, 1949-present. In  (Ed) NGOs in Contemporary Britain: Non-state Actors in Society and Politics since 1945, 38-58.
Saunders C, Price S (2009). One person's eu-topia, another's hell: Climate Camp as a heterotopia. Environmental Politics, 18(1), 117-122.
Saunders C (2009). Organizational resources and democratic conceptions: is big or small beautiful?. In  (Ed) Democracy in Movements: Conceptions and Practices of Democracy in Contemporary Social Movements, London: Palgrave MacMillan, 150-170.
Saunders C (2009). Organizational size and democratic practices: can large be beautiful?. In  (Ed) Democracy in Social Movements, 150-170.
Millns S, Rootes C, Saunders C, Swain G (2009). The European court of human rights in the UK: Litigation, rights protection and minorities. In  (Ed) The European Court of Human Rights and the Rights of Marginalised Individuals and Minorities in National Context, 183-207.
Saunders C, Andretta M (2009). The organizational dimension: How organizational formality, voice, and influence affect mobilization and participation. In  (Ed) Another Europe: Conceptions and practices of democracy in the European Social Forums, 128-148.

2008

Saunders C (2008). British humanitarian, aid and development organizations 1945-2007. In Hilton M, Crowson M, McKay J (Eds.) NGOs in Contemporary Britain: Non-state Actors in Politics Since 1945, Palgrave, 38-58.
Saunders C (2008). Double edged swords: Collective identity and solidarity in the environment movement. British Journal of Sociology, 59(2), 227-253.
Saunders C (2008). It's not just structural: Social movements are not homogenous responses to structural features, but networks shaped by organisational strategies and status. Sociological Research Online, 14(1). Abstract.
Saunders C, Andretta M (2008). The organizational dimension: the effect of organizational formality, voice and influence on mobilization and participation in the global justice movement. In della Porta D (Ed) Another Europe is Possible: Conceptions and Practices of Democracy in the European Social Forum, London: Routledge, 128-148.
Saunders C (2008). The stop climate Chaos coalition: Climate change as a development issue. Third World Quarterly, 29(8), 1509-1526. Abstract.

2007

Saunders C (2007). Comparing Environmental Movements in Periods of Latency and Visibility. Graduate Journal of Social Science, 1(4), 109-139.
Rootes C, Saunders C (2007). Le développement du mouvement pour une justice globale en Grande-Bretange. In Sommier I, Agrikoliansky E, Fillieule O (Eds.) La généalogie des mouvements anti-globalisation en Europe. Une perspective comparée, Paris: Karthala, 67-86.
Rootes C, Saunders C (2007). The Global Justice Movement in Great Britain. In Della Porta D (Ed) The Global Justice Movement: Cross-national and Transnational Perspectives, Boulder, USA: Boulder, Paradigm Publishers, 128-156.
Saunders C (2007). The national and the local: Relationships among environmental movement organisations in London. Environmental Politics, 16(5), 742-764. Abstract.
Saunders C (2007). Using social network analysis to explore social movements: a relational approach. Social Movement Studies: journal of social, cultural and political protest, 3(6), 227-243.

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