Not an exhaustive list, but regularly updated. Please also see my page on the Westminster Institutional Repository – and please feel free to email me if you want to read a paper and it’s access-controlled.
Selected journal articles
Rachel Aldred (2013) Who are Londoners on Bikes and what do they want? Negotiating identity and issue definition in a ‘pop-up’ cycle campaign, Journal of Transport Geography (special section on Cycling and Society). Publisher’s version here (access controlled – I can email copy if required) and slightly earlier but very similar author version here.
Rachel Aldred (2012) Governing Transport from Welfare State to Hollow State: the case of cycling in the UK. Published, Journal of Transport Policy
Rachel Aldred (2012) Incompetent, or Too Competent? Negotiating Everyday Cycling Identities in a Motor Dominated Society. Mobilities, published.
Rachel Aldred and Katrina Jungnickel (2012) Constructing mobile places between ‘leisure’ and ‘transport’: a case study of two group cycle rides. Sociology, published.
Katrina Jungnickel and Rachel Aldred (in press) Cycling’s sensory strategies: How cyclists mediate their exposure to the urban environment. Mobilities.
Rachel Aldred and Daniela Tepe (2011) Framing Scrappage in the UK: from climate discourse to recession talk? Journal of Transport Geography 19(6): 1563-1569.
Rachel Aldred (2011) Editorial Introduction. Critical Social Policy themed issue on Social Justice, Social Policy, and the Environment, 31 (2): 171-173
Rachel Aldred (2011) From community participation to organizational therapy? World Café and Appreciative Inquiry as research methods. Community Development Journal, 46 (1): 57-71.
Rachel Aldred (2010) “On the outside”? Constructing cycling citizenship. Social and Cultural Geography 11(1): 35-52.
James Woodcock and Rachel Aldred (2009) The Cowardly Cyborg. [think piece] BMJ 338:522
Rachel Aldred and James Woodcock (2008) Transport: challenging disabling environments. 2008, Local Environment, 13(6): 485-496.
James Woodcock and Rachel Aldred (2008) Cars, corporations, and commodities: consequences for the social determinants of health. Emerging Themes in Epidemiology 5 (4) (online).
Rachel Aldred (2008) Ethical and political issues in contemporary research relationships. 2008, Sociology, 42(5): 887-903.
Rachel Aldred. The role of advocacy and activism in shaping cycling policy and politics, commissioned for Cycling and Sustainability (Emerald, Bingley, 2012, ed. John Parkin).
Co-author of Green and Healthy Jobs in Transport: Launching a new partnership under THE PEP. Geneva: World Health Organization (2011).
Co-author of Cycling Policy in the UK: a historical and thematic overview. 2011. (London: University of East London)
Co-author of Transitions: becoming a Cyclist and Cycle Trainer in London. 2011. (London: University of East London)
Cycling Cultures: final report, 2012 (London: University of East London)
Includes various short articles in Society Now, London Cyclist, Mobility magazine, Red Pepper, etc.