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Ethical aspects of clinical research with minors.

Bos, W., Tromp, K., Tibboel, D., & Pinxten, W. (2013). Ethical aspects of clinical research with minors. European Journal of Pediatrics, 172(7), pp. 859-866.
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Does benefit justify research with children?

Binik, A. (2017). Does benefit justify research with children? Bioethics. 32(1), pp.27-35.
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Ethical and practical challenges of conducting art-based research with children/young people in the public space of a children’s outpatient department.

Water, T., Payam, S., Tokolahi, E., Reay, S., & Wrapson, J. (2018). Ethical and practical challenges of conducting art-based research with children/young people in the public space of a children’s outpatient department. Journal of Child Health Care, Published on-line ahead of print.
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Ethical considerations for research with children.

Berman, G.(2016). Ethical considerations for research with children. London: Global Kids Online, The London School of Economics and Political Science.
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Planning, undertaking and disseminating research in early childhood settings: An ethical framework.

Cullen, J., Hedges, H., & Bone, J. (2009). Planning, undertaking and disseminating research in early childhood settings: An ethical framework. New Zealand Research in Early Childhood Education, 12, pp. 109-118.
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From Ginny Morrow and Priscilla Alderson – Research ethics handbook update

We are updating our book The Ethics of Research with Children and Young People: A Practical Handbook (2011 Sage will be 2020 Sage). We plan to show major changes since 2011. We also hope to include more international examples that show how ethical problems arise during research with children, and ways to resolve them.

We welcome practical, specific examples of up to 200 words from researchers about ethical problems that arise in any of these ten areas: planning research; assessing harms and benefits; privacy and confidentiality; research design and methods; funding and payments; ethics review; informing participants; consent; disseminating and implementing findings; impact of research on children. Links to online resources about research ethics, law, policy and practice in your country are also very welcome.
Please send ideas to v.morrow@ucl.ac.uk by 31st December 2018. We will of course name the authors of each example.
Thank you
Ginny Morrow and Priscilla Alderson

Reconceptualizing qualitative research involving young people and sexuality at school.

Allen, L. (2018). Reconceptualizing qualitative research involving young people and sexuality at school. Cultural Studies Critical Methodologies, Published on-line ahead of print.
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Losing face? Photo-anonymisation and visual research integrity.

Allen, L. (2015). Losing face? Photo-anonymisation and visual research integrity. Visual Studies, 30(3), pp. 295-308.
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Who’s afraid of sex at school? The politics of researching culture, religion and sexuality at school.

Allen, L., Rasmussen, M. L., Quinlivan, K., Aspin, C., Sanjakdar, F., & Brömdal, A. (2014). Who’s afraid of sex at school? The politics of researching culture, religion and sexuality at school. International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 37(1), pp. 31-43.
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Nothing about us without RIGHTS — meaningful engagement of children and youth: From research prioritization to clinical trials, implementation science, and policy.

Oliveras, C., Cluver, L., Bernays, S., & Armstrong, A. (2018). Nothing about us without RIGHTS — meaningful engagement of children and youth: From research prioritization to clinical trials, implementation science, and policy. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (1999), 78(1), pp. s27-s31.
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