Richards, S., Clark, J., & Boggis, A. (2015). Ethical research with children: Untold narratives and taboos. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. e-book ISBN: 978-1-137-35131-9.
Publisher’s Description: An increasing interest in children’s lives has tested the ethical and practical limits of research. Rather than making tricky ethical decisions transparent, researchers tend to gloss over stories that do not fit with sanitized narratives. This book aims to fill this gap by making explicit the lived experiences of research with children.
1. Boundaries and battlegrounds: Negotiating formal ethical approval for research with children and young people
2. Ethical spaces and places
3. The rights of participation and the realities of inclusion
4. The illusion of autonomy: From agency to interdependency
5. Ramifications of category entitlement: In what ways does who we are determine what others will say?
6. Privileging voices