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February 2021

Cuevas-Parra, P. (2020). Co-researching with children in the time of COVID-19: Shifting the narrative on methodologies to generate knowledge. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 19, pp.1-12. This article reflects on the ethical and methodological complexities, as well as the benefits, of

Montreuil, M., & Carnevale, F. A. (2018). Participatory hermeneutic ethnography: A methodological framework for health ethics research with children. Qualitative Health Research, 28(7), pp. 1135-1144. In this paper the authors share a methodological framework for health ethics research with children

Hejoaka, F., Varloteaux, M., Desclaux-Sall, C., Ndiaye, S. M., Diop, K., Diack, A., Niasse, F., & Cames, C. (2019). Improving the informed consent process among HIV-infected undisclosed minors participating in a biomedical research: Insights from the multicentre nutritional SNACS study

Hilário, A. P., & Augusto, F. R. (2019). An exploration of the practical and ethical issues of research using multi-visual methods with children affected by chronic pain. Societies, 9(4), 81-93. Abstract: This paper intends to encourage further reflection on the research

Lamb, K., Humphreys, C., & Hegarty, K. (2020). Research ethics in practice: Challenges of using digital technology to embed the voices of children and young people within programs for fathers who use domestic violence. Research Ethics, Published on-line ahead of

Water, T. (2018). Ethical issues in participatory research with children and young people. In I. Coyne & B. Carter (Eds.), Being Participatory: Researching with Children and Young People: Co-constructing Knowledge Using Creative Techniques (pp. 37-56). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Abstract: Research

Pienimäki, M., & Kotilainen, S. (2018). Youth participation in research on multiliteracies: Ethical perspectives. Media Education Journal, 8(1), pp. 115-132. Abstract: In research ethics, protecting the anonymity and privacy of research participants is the norm, especially vulnerable children and young people.