Peer-reviewed journal articles
2018. Tom Kenny, Trudi Elliott and Aude Bicquelet-Lock. ‘Better planning for housing affordability – Three approaches to solve the housing crisis in the UK’ Journal of Urban Regeneration & Renewal (11:3).
2017. Denisa Kostovicova and Aude Bicquelet. ‘Norm contestation and reconciliation: evidence from a regional transitional justice process in the Balkans’ Ethnic and Racial Studies (online version).
2017. Aude Bicquelet and Helen Addison. ‘Are Discretionary Referendums on EU Integration becoming ‘Politically Obligatory?’ The case of France and the United Kingdom’ Parliamentary Affairs (online version).
2017. Meghana Vagwala , Aude Bicquelet , Gabija Didziokaite and Ilina Singh. ‘Towards a Moral Ecology of Pharmacological Cognitive Enhancement in British Universities’ Neuroethics (10:3).
2017. Bicquelet Aude. ‘Using Online Mining Techniques to inform Formative Evaluations: An Analysis of YouTube Video Comments about Chronic Pain’ Evaluation (23:3).
2016. Bicquelet Aude, Helen Addison. ‘How to refuse a vote on the EU? The case against the referendum in the House of Commons’ (1974-2010) Quality & Quantity (1-22).
2012. Albert Weale, Bicquelet Aude, Judith Bara. ‘Debating Abortion: Deliberative Reciprocity and Parliamentary Advocacy’ Political studies 60(3): 643-667. (pdf)
2012. Bicquelet Aude, Albert Weale, Judith Bara. ‘In a Different Parliamentary Voice?’ Politics & Gender 8(1): 83-121. (pdf)
2011. Bicquelet Aude, Albert Weale. ‘Coping with the Cornucopia: Can Text Mining Help Handle the Data Deluge in Public Policy Analysis?’ Policy & Internet 3(4): 150-171. (pdf)
2007. Judith Bara, Albert Weale, Aude Bicquelet. ‘Analysing Parliamentary Debates with Computer Assistance’ Swiss Political Science Review 13(4): 577-605. (pdf)
2018. The Value of Planning in Wales. Arup, RTPI Cymru and the Welsh Government. (forthcoming).
2016. It’s just there to trick you: A qualitative study of 11-19 year olds perceptions of food and drink marketing. ScotCen Social Research; NatCen Social Research; Institute for Social Marketing, University of Stirling; and Policy Research Centre for Cancer Prevention, Cancer Research UK. (pdf)
2016. Experiences of Personal Independence Payment (PIP) for people with sensory loss. Research Findings No. 54/Jan 2017. Published by Thomas Pocklington Trust. (pdf)
2015. Reading between the lines: analysis of free text responses to assisted dying consultation. Royal College of Physicians. Commentary. (pdf)
2015. Text mining for central banks. Handbook – No. 33. Centre for Central Banking Studies. (pdf)
2011. Consultation Report on ‘Life Extending and End of Life treatments’. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
2009. Consultation Report on the ‘Value of Innovation’. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.
2018. A tribute to the ‘Father of Urban Planning’ – John Friedmann. The Planner, Planning Theory and Practice in focus. (01.03.2018)
2016. Mine your data: Why understanding online health communities matters. NatCen Blog. (10.11.2016)
2016. What can social media tell us about society? Presentation, Twitter Headquarters London. (08.11.2016)
2016. Why David Cameron had to call an EU referendum? The UK in a Changing Europe Blog. (19.07.2016)
2013. Can text mining help handle the data deluge in public policy analysis? The Policy and Internet Blog,
Oxford Internet Institute. (27.10.2013)
2010. ‘La battalla de las generaciones’. Interview for Semana. (23.10.2010)
2014. Martin Bauer, Ahmet Suerdem and Aude Bicquelet, eds. Textual Analysis: Four Volumes Sage Benchmarks in Social Research Methods. London: Sage.
Volume One: Basic philosophical considerations
Volume Two: Modalities of textual work
Volume Three: Reading Text Volume
Volume Four: Using Text
Introductory chapter. Text analysis: an introductory manifesto. In: Bauer, Martin W. and Bicquelet, Aude and Suerdem, Ahmet K., (eds.) Textual Analysis. SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods , Sage, London. (pdf)
Summary: This four-volume book mines the extensive research of the past few decades into textual analysis. The editors have collated seminal papers which consider the key difference between content analysis and textual analysis, the conceptual starting point and the logic and the attitude of the research process, as well as the tension between reading a text and using a text, among other key issues. The carefully selected papers in this collection are put into context and analysed in a newly-written introductory chapter which charts the developments and looks at the future of the field.