Jennifer Hadden
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Putting social movements in their place: Explaining opposition to energy projects in the United States, 2000–2005
D McAdam, H Boudet
Cambridge University Press, 2012
Networks in contention
J Hadden
Cambridge University Press, 2015
Spillover or spillout? The global justice movement in the United States after 9/11
J Hadden, S Tarrow
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 12 (4), 359-376, 2007
Explaining variation in transnational climate change activism: the role of inter-movement spillover
J Hadden
Global Environmental Politics 14 (2), 7-25, 2014
Exploring the framing power of NGOs in global climate politics
JI Allan, J Hadden
Environmental Politics 26 (4), 600-620, 2017
The power of peers: How transnational advocacy networks shape NGO strategies on climate change
J Hadden, LS Jasny
Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2017
The global justice movement in the United States since Seattle
J Hadden, S Tarrow
The global justice movement. Cross-national and transnational perspectives …, 2007
What’s in a norm? Mapping the norm definition process in the debate on sustainable development
J Hadden, LA Seybert
Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International …, 2016
Two worlds of European collective action?: Civil society spillover (s) in European climate change networks
J Hadden
conference on ‘Bringing Civil Society In: The European Union and the Rise of …, 2009
Networks and the Politics of the Environment
R Berardo, I Alcañiz, J Hadden, L Jasny
The Oxford Handbook of Political Networks, 2016
Density and Decline in the Founding of International NGOs in the United States
SS Bush, J Hadden
International Studies Quarterly 63 (4), 1133-1146, 2019
Nonstate actors in the climate arena
J Busby, J Hadden
Work in paper prepared for Being There: The non-state role in multilateral …, 2014
Divided Advocacy Networks: Conflict and Competition in Global Climate Change Politics
J Hadden
APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper, 2011
Learning from defeat: The strategic reorientation of the US climate movement
J Hadden
Climate Action in a Globalizing World, 143-164, 2017
Contagious contention: A network approach to collective action on climate change
J Hadden
APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper, 2011
When barking dogs whimper: The sad story of the global justice movement in the United States after Seattle
J Hadden, S Tarrow
Workshop on Contentious Politics, Columbia University 4, 2006
The Relational Sources of Advocacy Strategies: Comparative Evidence from the European and US Climate Change Sectors
J Hadden
Policy Studies Journal 46 (2), 248-268, 2018
Networks in Contention: The Divisive Politics of Climate Change
J Hadden
PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICS 16 (2), 492-496, 2018
The Organizational Ecology of International NGOs
S Bush, J Hadden
Contesting Climate Change: Civil Soceity Networks And Collective Action In The European Union
J Hadden
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