“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.
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),
‘It’s never okay to say no to teachers’: Children’s research consent and dissent in conforming schools contexts.
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
Supporting children and young people when making decisions about joining clinical trials: Qualitative study to inform multimedia website development.
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
Larsson, J., Williams, P. & Zetterqvist, A. (2021). The challenge of conducting ethical research in preschool. Early Child Development and Care, 191(4), pp.511-519. Abstract: Formal ethical issues for conducting research are highlighted in national and international guidelines. Even if such
Pyle, A. & Danniels, E. (2016). Using a picture book to gain assent in research with young children. Early Child Development and Care, 186(9), pp.1438-1452. Abstract: There has been a shift in perspective from viewing children as adults-in-the-making to individual agents,
The narrative approach to informed consent: Empowering young children’s rights and meaningful participation.
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