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January 2022

Sims, J. P., & Nolen, C. (2021). “I Wouldn’t Trust the Parents To ‘Do No Harm’ To a Queer Kid”: Rethinking Parental Permission Requirements for Youth Participation in Social Science Research. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 16(1–2),

Kirby, P., (2020). ‘It’s never okay to say no to teachers’: Children’s research consent and dissent in conforming schools contexts. British Educational Research Journal, 46(4), pp. 811-828. Abstract: This article examines the limits to children giving research consent in everyday school

Martin-Kerry, J.M., Knapp, P., Atkin, K., Bower, P., Watt, I., Stones, C., Higgins, S., Sheridan, R., Preston, J., Taylor, D.H., Baines, P., & Young, B. (2019). Supporting children and young people when making decisions about joining clinical trials: Qualitative study

Mayne, F., & Howitt, C. (2022). The narrative approach to informed consent: Empowering young children's rights and meaningful participation. Routledge: Oxford, UK. Book Description: The Narrative Approach to Informed Consent: Empowering Young Children’s Rights and Meaningful Participation is a practical guide