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Pickles, J. (2020). Including and involving young people (under 18’s) in hate research without the consent of parents. Qualitative Research, 20(1), pp. 22-38. Abstract: This article provides a reflection on the ethical challenges faced when seeking ethical approval to include

Kyritsi, K. (2019). Doing research with children: Making choices on ethics and methodology that encourage children’s participation. Journal of Childhood Studies, 44(2). This is an open access article. The full pdf is freely available to download via the Publisher's Link below.

Chimirri, N. A. (2019). Specifying the ethics of teleogenetic collaboration for research with children and other vital forces: A critical inquiry into dialectical praxis psychology via posthumanist theorizing. Human Arenas, 2(4), pp. 451-482. Abstract: The article draws on posthumanist theorizing

Mackworth-Young, C. R. S., Schneiders, M. L., Wringe, A., Simwinga, M., & Bond, V. (2019). Navigating ‘ethics in practice’: An ethnographic case study with young women living with HIV in Zambia. Global Public Health, 14(12), pp.1689-1702.  This article reflects on the

Habib, R. R. (2019). Ethical, methodological, and contextual challenges in research in conflict settings: The case of Syrian refugee children in Lebanon. Conflict and Health, 13(1), 29.  This is an Open Access article. The full text pdf is freely available to

Illes, J., Antle, A., Lou, H., Longstaff, H., Rahimzadeh, V., McDonald, P. J., . . . Kids Brain Health Network Working Group on Involving Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Research. (2019). Involving children with neurodevelopmental disorders in biomedical research. The