Using participatory methods with young children; reflections on emergent ‘ethically important moments’ in school-based research.
Stokes, T. (2020). Using participatory methods with young children; reflections on emergent ‘ethically important moments’ in school-based research. Irish Educational Studies, 39(3), pp. 375-387. This paper describes and reflects upon three 'ethically important moments' arising during an educational research project
Atkinson, C. (2019). Ethical complexities in participatory childhood research: Rethinking the ‘least adult role’. Childhood, 26(2), pp. 186-201. Abstract: This article draws on data from a comparative ethnography of two UK primary schools to explore the complexities inherent in Mandell's
Dennis, B., & Huf, C. (2020). Ethnographic research in childhood institutions: participations and entanglements. Ethnography and Education, 15(4), pp. 445-461. This paper shares four interesting ethical moments at the juncture between research participation, power and knowledge production in ethnographic research
A hierarchical model of children’s research participation rights based on information, understanding, voice, and influence.
Mayne, F., Howitt, C., & Rennie, L. J. (2018). A hierarchical model of children’s research participation rights based on information, understanding, voice, and influence. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 26(5), pp. 644-656. This paper introduces a hierarchical model of
Oates, J. (2020). Research ethics, children, and young people. In R. Iphofen (Ed.), Handbook of Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity (pp. 623-635). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Abstract: Special considerations apply to the ethics of research with children and young people. The
Enochsson, A.-B., & Löfdahl Hultman, A. (2019). Ethical issues in child research: Caution of ethical drift. In V. Margrain & A. Löfdahl Hultman (Eds.), Challenging Democracy in Early Childhood Education: Engagement in Changing Global Contexts (pp. 27-39). Singapore: Springer Singapore. Abstract: