Becoming-with research participants: Possibilities in qualitative research with children.
Daelman, S., De Schauwer, E., & Van Hove, G. (2020). Becoming-with research participants: Possibilities in qualitative research with children. Childhood, Published on-line ahead of print.
Abstract: This article takes a post-qualitative stance upon the construction and taking up of certain positions in research by children and adults, and explores how emergent assemblages of (non-)human agents shape how children’s voices are expressed and genuinely listened to within intra-active research encounters. Plugging in post-qualitative concepts as ‘listening’, ‘response-ability’ and ‘becoming-with’, this article analyses key incidents (that emerged during a research process in Flanders) in order to reconfigure voices, discourses, methodologies and ethics in research with children. Abstract reproduced with permission. The final, definitive version of this paper has been published in Childhood, Currently published on-line ahead of print by SAGE Publications, Ltd., All rights reserved. © SAGE Publications, Ltd.