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.

Managing ethics when working with young people and children.

Russell, L. Barley, R. & Tummons J. (Eds.) (2022). Ethics, Ethnography and Education (Studies in Educational Ethnography, Vol. 19). Emerald Publishing Limited: Bingley. Example Chapter Abstract (pp29-47): All research has the potential

Ethical provocations for early childhood research.

Flewitt, R. (2022). Ethical provocations for early childhood research. In Kumpulainen, K., Kajama, A., Erstad, O., Mäkitalo, Å., Drotner, K., & Jakobsdóttir, S. (Eds.). Nordic Childhoods in the Digital Age, Chapter 19

Research ethics and digitising early childhood.

Dobson, M., Murcia, K., Gifkins, K., & Holloway, D. (2021). Research Ethics and Digitising Early Childhood. In: Holloway, D., Willson, M., Murcia, K., Archer, C., Stocco, F. (Eds). Young Children’s Rights in

Ethics learning from Young Lives: 20 years on.

Crivello, G., & Morrow, V. (2021). Ethics learning from Young Lives: 20 years on. Oxford: Young Lives. Abstract: Many complex ethics questions arise in the conduct of longitudinal research in low- and