MORRIS, C, KIRWAN, J and LALLY, R, 2014. Less Meat Initiatives: an initial exploration of a diet-focused social innovation in transitions to a more sustainable regime of meat provisioning International Journal of the Sociology of Agriculture and Food,. 21(2), 189-208.
ENDFIELD, G and MORRIS, C, 2012. Cultural spaces of climate: Editorial Climatic Change. 113, 1–4
MORRIS, C AND REED, M., 2010. From burgers to biodiversity? the McDonaldisation of on-farm nature conservation. In: RITZER, G., ed., McDonaldization: The Reader 3rd Edition. California: Pine Forge Press / Sage. (In Press.)
MORRIS, C., 2010. Environmental knowledge and small-scale rural landholding in south-west England Geographical Journal. VOL 176(NUMBER 1), 77-89
HOLLOWAY, L., MORRIS, C., GILNA, B. and GIBBS, D., 2009. Biopower, genetics and livestock breeding: (re)constituting animal populations and heterogeneous biosocial collectivities Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 34(3), 394-407
MORRIS, C. AND KIRWAN, J., 2007. Is meat the new militancy? locating vegetarianism within the alternative food economy. In: KNEAFSEY, M and HOLLOWAY, L. AND MAYE, D., eds., Constructing ‘Alternative’ Food Geographies: Representation and Practice. Oxford: Elsevier. 133-147 (In Press.)
BULLER, H. AND MORRIS, C., 2007. Animals and Society. In: PRETTY, J. ET AL., ed., The Sage Handbook in Environment and Society Sage. 471-484
MORRIS, C., 2006. Public policy, (agri)environment and rural geography: critical reflections on two decades of research in the UK Boletin de la Asociacion de Geografos Espanoles. 41, 15-38
MORRIS, C. AND LOBLEY, M., 2006. Monitoring the Landscape Heritage Scheme.: Report to the Devon Wildlife Trust Devon Wildlife Trust.
INGRAM, J. AND MORRIS, C., 2006. The knowledge challenge within the transition to sustainable soil management: an analysis of agricultural advisors in England. Land Use Policy. 24, 100-117
WARREN, M, BISSELL, S, COURTNEY, P, EDWARDS, J, HOPKINS, A, LOBLEY, M, MORRIS, C, SLEE, B and VAUGHAN, R. WILSON, G., 2006. Rural research in the south west of England: Confidential report to the South West Region Rural Research Priorities Board South West Region Rural Research Priorities Board.
BULLER, H, ILBERY, B, MORRIS, C, MAYE, D and GROOM, G. AND LITTLE, J., 2006. Evaluation of the Eat the View Programme.: Report to the Countryside Agency University of Exeter and University of Coventry.
ILBERY, B, MORRIS, C, MAYE, D and KNEAFSEY, M. AND BULLER, H., 2005. Product, process and place: an examination of food marketing and labelling schemes in Europe and North America European Journal of Urban and Regional Studies. 12(2), 116-132
LITTLE, J. AND MORRIS, C., ed., 2005. Critical Studies in Rural Gender Issues Aldershot: Ashgate.
BULLER, H. and MORRIS, C., 2004. Growing goods: the market, the state and sustainable food production Environment and Planning A. 36(6), 1065-1084
MORRIS, C. AND LITTLE, J., 2004. The Role of Women in the Rural Economy of the South West Region: a Somerset Case Study.: Report prepared for the Countryside Agency, South West Region. Countryside Agency, South West Region.
MORRIS, C. AND YOUNG, C., 2004. New geographies of agro-food chains: an analysis of UK quality assurance schemes.. In: HUGHES, A. AND REIMER, S., ed., Geographies of Commodity Chains London: Routledge. 83-101.
MORRIS, C. and EVANS, N., 2004. Agricultural turns, geographical turns: retrospect and prospect Journal of Rural Studies. 20(1), 95-111
ILBERY, B., KNEAFSEY, M., MAYE, D. and BULLER, H. AND MORRIS, C., 2004. Labels with(out) a cause? A comparative analysis of product labelling schemes in North America and Europe. In: COMITÉ NATIONAL DE GÉOGRAPHIE, ed., Innovation in Rural Areas Clermond Ferrand: CEREMAC 22, Presses Universitaires Blaise Pascal,.
LITTLE, J. AND MORRIS, C., 2004. Rural women’s employment in North Devon and Torridge.: A report prepared for the Community Council of Devon. Community Council of Devon..
MORRIS, C., 2004. Lost words, lost worlds? Cultural geographies of agriculture.. In: HOLLOWAY, L. AND KNEAFSEY, M., ed., Geographies of Rural Cultures and Societies. Aldershot: Ashgate.. 241-261
LITTLE, J. AND MORRIS, C., 2004. The Role of Women in the Rural Economy: a South West Regional View.: Report prepared for the Countryside Agency, South West Region. Countryside Agency, South West Region..
MANCHESTER, S, SHORT, C, MORRIS, C, FINCH, C, DAVIES, M, PRISCOTT, A, HOOKE, D and CAREY, P., 2003. Appraisal of Management Agreements under the Environmentally Sensitive Areas Scheme: Report to DEFRA. DEFRA.
MORRIS, C. and BULLER, H., 2003. The local food sector: a preliminary assessment of its form and impact in Gloucestershire British Food Journal. 105(8), 559-566
MORRIS, C. AND WRAGG, A., 2003. Talking about the birds and the bees: constructing biodiversity claims at the local level. Environmental Values. 12,
BULLER, H, MORRIS, C and WHITE, E., 2003. Demography of rural areas: Report to DEFRA Cheltenham, CCRU.
CAREY, P, SHORT, C, MORRIS, C. HUNT, J, PRISCOTT, A, DAVIS, M, FINCH, C, CURRY, N, LITTLE, W, WINTER, M, PARKIN, A and FIRBANK, L., 2003. The multi-disciplinary evaluation of a national agri-environment scheme Journal of Environmental Management. 69(1), 71-91 MORRIS, C. and WINTER, M., 2002. Barn owls, bumble bees and beetles: UK agriculture, biodiversity and biodiversity action planning Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 45(5), 653-672
LITTLE, J. AND MORRIS, C., 2002. The role and contribution of women to rural economies,: Research report to the Countryside Agency Cheltenham, CCRU.
EVANS, N and MORRIS, C. AND WINTER, M., 2002. A critique of postproductivism as the new orthodoxy. Progress in Human Geography. 26(3), 313-332
HOPKINS, A. AND MORRIS, C., 2002. (2002) Multi-functional roles of grassland in organic farming systems In: Proceedings of the COR conference. pp.75-79.
BULLER, H, MORRIS, C and WINTER, M., 2002. The Common Agricultural Policy and farm animal welfare.: Research report to the RSPCA Cheltenham, CCRU.
MORRIS, C. AND WINTER, M., 2002. Barn owls, bumble bees and beetles: UK agriculture, biodiversity and biodiversity action planning. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management,. 45(5), 653-671
MORRIS, C. and EVANS, N., 2001. Cheese makers are always women: gendered representations of farm life in the agricultural press Gender, Place and Culture. 8(4), 375-390
MORRIS, C, BULLER, H, ILBERY, B and KNEAFSEY, M. AND MAYE, D., 2001. Foreign Product Labelling Schemes and their Applicability to the UK,: Research report to the Countryside Agency Cheltenham, CCRU.
HOLLOWAY, L, MORRIS, C and GIBBS, D. AND GILNA, B., Genetic knowledge-practices in livestock breeding: geneticisation, integration, and the implications for conventional and alternative meat networks. In: M. GOODMAN AND C. SAGE, ed., Food Transgressions Ashgate. (In Press.)
BULLER, H. AND MORRIS, C., Beasts of a different burden: agricultural sustainability and farm animals.. In: SEYMOUR, S, FISH, R and WATKINS, C. AND STEVEN, M., eds., Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Sustainable Farmland Management CAB International. (In Press.)
BULLER, H. AND MORRIS, C., Beasts of a different burden: agricultural sustainability and farm animals.. In: SEYMOUR, S, FISH, R and WATKINS, C. AND STEVEN, M., eds., Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Sustainable Farmland Management. Wallingford: CABI. (In Press.)
MORRIS, C and BULLER, H. AND DWYER, J., England’s Rural Development Programme mid-term evaluation: lessons from the Land Management Initiatives programme: Report to the Countryside Agency Cheltenham, CCRU.
BULLER, H, WINTER, M, MORRIS, C and DWYER, J., An enhanced role for forestry in sustainable rural development: Report to Scottish Natural Heritage Cheltenham, CCRU.
BULLER, H. AND MORRIS, C., Animals and Society. In: PRETTY, J. ET AL., ed., Reader in Environment and Society. London: Sage.. (In Press.)
MORRIS, C. AND LITTLE, J., Rural work: an overview of women’s experiences.. In: LITTLE, J. AND MORRIS, C., ed., Critical Studies in Rural Gender Issues Aldershot: Ashgate. 9-26