Wulf-Andersen, T., Warming, H., Neidel, A. (2021). Power and reflexivity: Positions and positioning in involving research with young people. In: Wulf-Andersen, T., Follesø, R., Olsen, T. (Eds.) Involving Methods in Youth Research. Studies in Childhood and Youth. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham.
Brown, R. (2020). Ethical Dilemmas in Education Research. In: Iphofen, R. (Ed.) Handbook of Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity. Springer: Cham. Print ISBN: 978-3-030-16758-5; Online ISBN: 978-3-030-16759-2. Abstract: The ethical deliberations of education researchers can be similar to those undertaking research
Cullen, O., & Walsh, C. A. (2020). A narrative review of ethical issues in participatory research with young people. Young, 28(4), pp. 363–386. This narrative review highlights seven ethical issues in participatory action research with young people: level of participation, power,
You can download this case study as a pdf here. In the Spring of 2022 I joined a team of researchers exploring issues surrounding school toilet use in English schools. The project was funded by the Gender and Education Society and
Bodén, L. (2021). On, to, with, for, by: Ethics and children in research, Children's Geographies, Published online ahead of print. Abstract: The ethics of the participation of children in research have attracted the attention of childhood researchers for thirty years. By
“We know that our voices are valued, and that people are actually going to listen”: Co-producing an evaluation of a young people’s research advisory group.
Brady, L-M., Miller, J., Mcfarlane-Rose, E., Noor, J., Noor, R., Dahlmann-Noor, A. (2022). “We know that our voices are valued, and that people are actually going to listen”: Co-producing an evaluation of a young people’s research advisory group. Preprint on
‘Why haven’t I got one of those?’ A consideration regarding the need to protect non-participant children in early years research.
Richardson, T. (2019). ‘Why haven’t I got one of those?’ A consideration regarding the need to protect non-participant children in early years research. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 27(1), pp.5-14. This article explores the impact of research upon non-participant children.
Ashton, E., Barnicoat, B., McFarlane-Rose, E., Noor, J., & Noor, R. with Brady, L-M. (2021). Evaluating eyeYPAG: A co-production project. Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: Finsbury, London. Abstract: eyeYPAG is a young persons’ advisory group (YPAG) for eye and vision
Brady, L-M. & Graham, B. (2022). Young Researchers: Guidance. Ilford: Barnardo's. Description: This Guidance and an associated Toolkit were commissioned by Barnardo's to provide researchers, project workers and others with clear guidance and tools to use when supporting children and
Brady, L-M. & Graham, B. (2019). Social research with children and young people: A practical guide. Bristol: The Policy Press. ISBN: 978-1447351146. Book Description: Capturing the views and experiences of children and young people directly and involving them more actively in