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Inclusion with protection: Obtaining informed consent when conducting research with adolescents.

Santelli, J., Haerizadeh, S., & McGovern, T. (2017). Inclusion with protection: Obtaining informed consent when conducting research with adolescents. Florence: UNICEF, Office of Research – Innocenti.
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Understanding ethical issues of research participation from the perspective of participating children and adolescents.

Crane, S., & Broome, M. E. (2016). Understanding ethical issues of research participation from the perspective of participating children and adolescents. Paper presented at the 27th International Nursing Research Congress, Cape Town, South Africa.
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Involving children and young people in policy, practice and research.

McLaughlin, H. (Ed.) (2015). Involving children and young people in policy, practice and research. London: National Children’s Bureau.
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What we know about ethical research involving children in humanitarian settings: An overview of principles, the literature and case studies. Innocenti Working Paper No. 2016-18.

Berman, G., Hart, J., O’Mathúna, D., Mattellone, E., Potts, A., O’Kane, C., Shusterman, J., & Tanner, T. (2016). What we know about ethical research involving children in humanitarian settings: An overview of principles, the literature and case studies. Innocenti Working Paper No. 2016-18. Florence: UNICEF Office of Research.
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Guidance for developing ethical research projects involving children.

Department of Child and Youth Affairs. (2012). Guidance for developing ethical research projects involving children. Dublin: Irish Government.
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The importance of confidentiality: Research and promises of confidentiality to children: A legal commentary.

Parkinson, P., & Cashmore, J. (2012). The importance of confidentiality: Research and promises of confidentiality to children: A legal commentary. Ethics 1: Good Research Practice: A brief history of ethics and its implications. On-line: Epigeum Ltd.

Extract from Introduction: The following commentary deals with a legal challenge by Patrick Parkinson, Professor of Law, and Judy Cashmore, Research Psychologist, University of Sydney, in 2002. A decision of the Family Court of Australia indicated that research conducted with children under express promises of confidentiality may be protected from subpoena (a court order to produce the data). The case (T v. L, unreported, 12.10.2001, Collier J, Parramatta) arose from research we conducted on children’s participation in making decisions about residence and contact following their parents’ separation. Parents and children were interviewed only after proceedings were thought to be completed. They were all given express, explicit undertakings of confidentiality, orally and in papers mailed to families by the Family Court of Australia inviting them to contact us.

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Digital technologies for supporting the informed consent of children and young people in research: The potential for transforming current research ethics practice.

Parsons, S., & Abbott, C. (2013). Digital technologies for supporting the informed consent of children and young people in research: The potential for transforming current research ethics practice. UK: EPSRC Observatory for Responsible Innovation in ICT.
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Ethics and educational research

Hammersley, M., & Traianou, A. (2012). Ethics and educational research. London: British Educational Research Association.

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WHO ethical and safety recommendations for interviewing trafficked women.

Zimmerman, C., & Watts, C. (2003). WHO ethical and safety recommendations for interviewing trafficked women. Geneva: World Health Organisation. ISBN: 9241546255.
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Ethical and safety guidelines for sexual and reproductive health research and data collection with adolescents.

World Health Organization (WHO). (2011). Ethical and safety guidelines for sexual and reproductive health research and data collection with adolescents. Geneva: World Health Organization (WHO), Department of Reproductive Health and Research.
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