Library

The ERIC library contains over 900 peer-reviewed academic and NGO / industry publications on undertaking ethical research involving children. New publications are added regularly. Browse the most recent additions below.

Child focused research: Disconnected and disembodied voices.

Cooper, V. (2023). Child focused research: Disconnected and disembodied voices. Childhood, 30(1), pp.71-85. Abstract: Voice represents a commitment to child focused studies which provide insights into childhood. This builds upon the assumption

Interdisciplinary perspectives: ethical issues and child research.

Hopkins, P. E., & Bell, N. (2008). Interdisciplinary perspectives: ethical issues and child research. Children’s Geographies, 6(1), pp.1-6. In this editorial for the journal, Children’s Geographies, Hopkins and Bell take an interdisciplinary

Research ethics in childhood research.

Hanson, K., Spyrou, S., (Moderators). (2023). Research ethics in childhood research. Childhood, 30(4), pp. 1-17. Abstract: The journal Childhood has been one of the pioneering fora where children and childhood have been