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Adopting a participatory methodology and post-structural epistemology: Reflections on a research project with young people

Watson, L., & Fox, R. (2018). Adopting a participatory methodology and post-structural epistemology: Reflections on a research project with young people. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 28(6), pp.471-482.
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Conducting sensitive research in the present and past tense: Recounting the stories of current and former child domestic workers.

Klocker, N. (2012). Conducting sensitive research in the present and past tense: Recounting the stories of current and former child domestic workers. Geoforum, 43(5), pp.894-904.
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Interviewing children and young people with learning disabilities: Guidelines for researchers and multi-professional practice.

Lewis, A., & Porter, J. (2004). Interviewing children and young people with learning disabilities: Guidelines for researchers and multi-professional practice. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 32(4), pp.191-197.
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Adolescent perspectives on Phase I cancer research.

Miller, V.A., Baker, J.N., Leek, A.C., Hizlan, S., Rheingold, S.R., Yamokoski, A.D., Drotar, D., & Kodish, E. (2013). Adolescent perspectives on Phase I cancer research. Pediatric Blood & Cancer, 60(5), pp. 873-878.
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Children’s views on their involvement in clinical research.

Chappuy, H., Doz, F., Blanche, S., Gentet, J.-C., & Tréluyer, J.-M. (2008). Children’s views on their involvement in clinical research. Pediatric Blood & Cancer, 50(5), pp. 1043-1046.
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Advances and challenges in participatory research with vulnerable children in Ireland.

Swords, L. (2012). Advances and challenges in participatory research with vulnerable children in Ireland. The Irish Journal of Psychology, 33(2-3), pp.94-99
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Ethical issues in school-based research.

Felzmann, H. (2009).Ethical issues in school-based research. Research Ethics, 5(3), pp.104-109.
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Rights, power and agency in early childhood research design: Developing a rights-based research ethics and participation planning framework

Mayne, F., Howitt, C., & Rennie, L. (2018). Rights, power and agency in early childhood research design: Developing a rights-based research ethics and participation planning framework. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 43(3), pp.4-14
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“You[r] child is just wonderful!”: On ethics and access in research with children.

Eldén, S. (2013). “You[r] child is just wonderful!”: On ethics and access in research with children. Journal of Comparative Social Work, 8(2), pp.198-221.
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Creating space for infants to influence ECEC practice: The encounter, écart, reversibility and ethical reflection.

Elwick, S., Bradley, B., & Sumsion, J. (2014). Creating space for infants to influence ECEC practice: The encounter, écart, reversibility and ethical reflection. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 46(8), pp. 873-885.
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