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Empowering children and young people as researchers: Overcoming barriers and building capacity.

Kellett, M. (2011). Empowering children and young people as researchers: Overcoming barriers and building capacity. Child Indicators Research, 4(2), pp. 205-219.

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Perceptions of trauma research with a sample of at-risk youth.

Chu, A. T., & Deprince, A. P. (2013). Perceptions of Trauma Research with a Sample of At-Risk Youth. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 8(4), pp. 67-76.

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Working with vulnerable groups in social research: Dilemmas by default and design.

Aldridge, J. (2014). Working with vulnerable groups in social research: Dilemmas by default and design. Qualitative Research, 14(1), pp. 112-130.

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Making the most of youth development: Evidence-based programs and the role of young people in research.

Seymour, K., Bull, M., Homel, R., & Wright, P. (2017). Making the most of youth development: Evidence-based programs and the role of young people in research. Queensland Review, 24(1), pp. 147-162.

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Negotiating ‘ethically important moments’ in research with young people: Reflections of a novice researcher.

McEvoy, E., Enright, E., & MacPhail, A. (2017). Negotiating ‘ethically important moments’ in research with young people: Reflections of a novice researcher. Leisure Studies, 36(2), pp. 170-181.

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Asking ethical questions in research using immersive virtual and augmented reality technologies with children and youth.

Southgate, E., Smith, S. P., & Scevak, J. (2017). Asking ethical questions in research using immersive virtual and augmented reality technologies with children and youth. Los Angeles: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE Xplore)

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Challenges in gaining and re-gaining informed consent among young people on the margins of education.

Aaltonen, S. (2017). Challenges in gaining and re-gaining informed consent among young people on the margins of education. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 20(4), pp. 329-341.

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Justifying children and young people’s involvement in social research: Assessing harm and benefit.

Kennan, D., & Dolan, P. (2017). Justifying children and young people’s involvement in social research: Assessing harm and benefit. Irish Journal of Sociology, 25(3), pp. 297-314.

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Assent for children’s participation in research: Why it matters and making it meaningful.

Oulton, K., Gibson, F., Sell, D., Williams, A., Pratt, L., & Wray, J. (2016). Assent for children’s participation in research: Why it matters and making it meaningful. Child: Care, Health and Development, 42(4), pp. 588-597.

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The family context of assent: Comparison of child and parent perspectives on familial decision-making.

Sibley, A., Fitzpatrick, R., Davis, E., Sheehan, M., & Pollard, A. J. (2017). The family context of assent: Comparison of child and parent perspectives on familial decision-making. Children & Society, Published on-line ahead of print.

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