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Ethical Research Involving Children

Expanding the scope of ethical research with and for children and young people– Six viewpoints on crisis, cross-cultural working and reciprocity.

Hadfield-Hill, S., Finn, M., Dudman, J., Ergler, C., Freeman, C., Hayes, T. A., … & Walker, L. (2023). Expanding the scope of ethical research with and for children and young people – Six viewpoints on crisis, cross-cultural working and reciprocity. Children’s Geographies, Published Online Ahead of Print, pp.1-9.

Abstract: This Viewpoints piece is a collection of six contributions to a wider Special Issue for Children’s Geographies on ‘Renewed questions of ethics in research with and for children and young people.’ The pieces extend the Issue in two key ways: i) by representing urgent questions of pandemic and crisis related ethics; and ii) extending the geographical and cultural scope of thinking ethically in research with children and young people. (Abstract © Taylor & Francis, reprinted by special permission from Taylor & Francis Group, a division of Informa UK, http://www.tandf.co.uk).

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