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Ethical research involving children: Putting the evidence into practice.

Graham, A., Powell, M.A., & Taylor, N. (2015). Ethical research involving children: Putting the evidence into practice. Family Matters, 96, pp. 23-28.
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Towards an ethic of cultural responsiveness in researching Māori and Tongan children’s learning in everyday settings.

O’Neill, J., Forster, M., Kupu MacIntyre, L., Rona, S., & Tu’ulaki Sekeni Tu’imana, L. (2017). Towards an ethic of cultural responsiveness in researching Māori and Tongan children’s learning in everyday settings. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 21(3). pp. 286-298.
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Global and local methodological and ethical questions in researching football academies in Ghana.

Dubinsky, I. (2016). Global and local methodological and ethical questions in researching football academies in Ghana. Children’s Geographies, Published on-line ahead of print, pp. 1-14.
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A sociocultural analysis of the ethics of involving children in educational research.

Bourke, R., Loveridge, J., O’Neill, J., Erueti, B., & Jamieson, A. (2017). A sociocultural analysis of the ethics of involving children in educational research. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 21(3), pp. 259-271.
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Research ethics and the concept of children’s rights.

Hammersley, M. (2015). Research Ethics and the Concept of Children’s Rights. Children & Society, 29(6), pp. 569-582.
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Doing adulthood in childhood research.

Johansson, B. (2012). Doing adulthood in childhood research. Childhood, 19(1), pp. 101-114.
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Child participatory research methods: Attempts to go ‘deeper’.

Horgan, D. (2016). Child participatory research methods: Attempts to go ‘deeper’. Childhood, Published on-line ahead of print.
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The active, competent child, capable of autonomous action: An inherent quality or the outcome of a research process?

Samuelsson, T., Sparrman, A., Cardell, D., & Lindgren, A.-L. (2015). The active, competent child, capable of autonomous action: An inherent quality or the outcome of a research process? AnthropoChildren, 5(July), pp. 1-19.
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Situating children’s voices: Considering the context when conducting research with young children.

Khoja, N. (2016). Situating children’s voices: Considering the context when conducting research with young children. Children & Society, 30(4), pp. 314-323.
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Researching children’s silences: Exploring the fullness of voice in childhood research.

Spyrou, S. (2016). Researching children’s silences: Exploring the fullness of voice in childhood research. Childhood, 23(1), pp. 7-21.
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