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Ethical Research Involving Children

“I wouldn’t trust the parents to ‘do no harm’ to a queer kid”: Rethinking parental permission requirements for youth participation in social science research.

Sims, J. P., & Nolen, C. (2021). “I Wouldn’t Trust the Parents To ‘Do No Harm’ To a Queer Kid”: Rethinking Parental Permission Requirements for Youth Participation in Social Science Research. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 16(1–2), pp. 35–45.

This paper draws on insights from qualitative interviews with 19 LGBTQ+ mixed-race participants to examine their views of parental consent requirements for LGBTQ+ youth research participants.

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