- Protest Survey Panel at the ECPR General Conference in Potsdam
- BOOK OUT NOW: The World Says No to War
- Dr. Clare Saunders on BBC Radio
- Panel Presentations at IPSA (July 11th, 2012)
In this section you find published and unpublished material all based on or related to the protest survey network. Feel free to read and comment on our work. With regard to the 'work in progress', please carefully follow the author's instructions regarding citing permissions. Thanks and enjoy!
- Nina Eggert and Marco Giugni. The Homogenization of “Old” and “New” Social Movements: A Comparison of Participants in May Day and Climate Change Demonstrations
- Jacquelien van Stekelenburg, Stefaan Walgrave, Bert Klandermans and Joris Verhulst. Contextualizing Contestation. Framework, Design and Data
- Daniel Blocq, Bert Klandermans and Jacquelien van Stekelenburg. Political Embeddedness and the Management of Emotions
- Stefaan Walgrave, Ruud Wouters, Jeroen van Laer, Joris Verhulst and Pauline Ketelaars. Transnational Collective Identification. The identification of May Day and Climate Change Protesters with Similar Protest Events in Other Countries
- Abby Peterson, Mattias Wahlström, Magnus Wennerhag. Swedish trade unionism: A renewed social movement?
- Stefaan Walgrave and Joris Verhulst. Selection and Response Bias in Protest Surveys
- Eva Anduiza, Marta Cantijoch, Aina Gallego. Political Participation and the Internet: Assessing Effects, Causal Mechanisms and Consequences
Work in progress
- Clare Saunders. Anti-politics in action? Do European protesters hate formal politics more or less than the general public?
- Anders Hylmö & Magnus Wennerhag. Does class matter in protests? Social class, attitudes towards inequality, and political trust in European demonstrations in a time of economic crisis
- Eva Anduiza, Camilo Cristancho, Jose M. Sabucedo. Mobilization through Online Social Networks: the political protest of the indignados in Spain
- Stefaan Walgrave. The Missing Link in the Spread of Mobilization for Protest. Asking Others.