- Greijdanus, H., de Matos Fernandes, C. A., Turner-Zwinkels, F., Honari, A., Roos, C. A., Rosenbusch, H., and Postmes, T. (2020). The Psychology of Online Activism and Social Movements: Relations between Online and Offline Collective Action . Current Opinion in Psychology, Vol. 35, DOI: 10.1016/j.copsyc.2020.03.003.
- Honari, A. (2019). Online and offline political participation under repression: Iranian Green Movement supporters between two elections, 2009-2013 (doctoral dissertation). VU Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
- Honari, A. (2018). “We will either find a way, or make one”: How Iranian green movement online activists perceive and respond to repression. Social Media and Society, Vol. 4(3). (PDF)
- Honari, A. (2018). From ‘the effect of repression’ toward ‘the response to repression’. Current Sociology, Vol. 66(6), p. 950-973. (PDF)
- Honari, A. (2018). Struggles for revival: The Iranian student movement under the ‘Moderate’ government, 2013–2017. In R. Barlow, & Sh. Akbarzade (Eds.), Human rights and agents of change in Iran: Towards a theory of change. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 127-141.
- Honari, A. (2017). Responses to repression. Sociopedia. DOI: 10.1177/205684601751.
- Honari, A. (2017). The formation of consensus in Iranian online communities. In S. Gordon (Ed.), Online communities as agents of change and social movements. IGI Global, p. 165-202. (Pre-print and APPENDIX)
- Honari, A. (2015). Online social research in Iran: A need to offer a bigger picture. CyberOrient: The Online Journal of Virtual Middle East. Vol. 9 (2). (PDF)
- Honari, A. (2013). From virtual to tangible social movements in Iran. In P. Aartz, & F. Cavatorta (Eds.), Civil society in Syria and Iran: Activism in authoritarian contexts. Lienne Reinner, p. 143-168.
Research Project Report
- Honari, A., Bezouw, M. van, Namazie, P. (2017). The Role and Impact of Iranian Migrants in Western Europe. (PDF)
- Klandermans, B., Stekelenburg, J. van, Duijndam, C., Honari, A., Muis, J., Slootman, M., Welschen, S., Klein, O., Mahieu, G. (2016). Bedreigde identiteiten: De wisselwerking tussen anti-islambewegingen en de radicale islam. WODC. (PDF) (Summary in English)
- Honari, A. (2018) To refrain or to resist? Iranian green movement’s ‘responses to repression’. Politicologenetmaal 2018. Leiden University, Leiden, the Netherlands.
- Honari, A. (2017) How Iranian Green Movement activists perceive and respond to online repression. ECPR 2017. University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway.
- Honari, A. & Keshavarzi, S. (June 2017). Who organizes, mobilizes and participates in ‘nature Cleaners’ collective action in Iran: Explaining differential participation forms. Presented at the collective action annual meeting. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
- Honari, A. (2017) How Immigrants’ Experience of Repression in the Homeland Influence their Political Participation in a Host Country: The Case of Iranians in Western Europe. Migration and Political Engagement. University of Manchester, Manchester, the UK.
- Honari, A. (2015) Hope and Fear: The dynamics of off- and online movement participation. Protest participation in variable communication ecologies. Sardinia, Italy.
- Honari, A. (2014). The dynamics of off- and online movement participation under severe repression: Iran’s 2013 presidential elections. European Association of Social Psychology, Amsterdam, the Netherlands: EASP general meeting.
- Honari, A. (2014) The Iranian Green movement between two elections, 2009 – 2013: dynamics of off and online protest participation under repression. Fifth Annual Young Scholars in Social Movements Mini-Conference, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana. (800$ funded by Center for the study of social movements, University of Notre Dame)
- Honari, A. (2012). Embeddedness and risk in online activism: the case of Balatarin.com. Emancipatory projects, institutional design, possible futures. Denver, Colorado: ASA annual meeting.
- Honari, A. (2011). The consequences of Iran’s Green Movement for an online network structure: The case of Balatarin.com. Cities, Connectivity and Creativity. Istanbul: IAMCR conference. (fully funded by Annenberg school of communication, University of Pennsylvania)
- Honari, A. (2011) The role of the Internet in empowerment of women movement in Iran. The twenty second international conference of the Iranian Women’s Studies Fundation. Amersfoort, the Netherlands: IWSF. (http://vimeo.com/25617941)
- Stark, T., Maes, M., Honari, A. (2011). Threshold models of Behavioral Diffusion. Sunbelt social network conference (sunbelt XXXI). St. Pete Beach, Florida: INSNA.
- Honari, A. (2008). Student movement and politicization as style. Republican Iran after 30 years: Social movements and the construction of public sphere. Paris: Sciences Po. Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Internationales. (fully funded by Science Po.)