Ethical Research Involving Children

Children’s experiences of participating in research: Emotional moments together?

Hadfield-Hill, S., & Horton, J. (2014). Children’s experiences of participating in research: Emotional moments together? Children’s Geographies, 12(2), pp. 135-153.

Abstract: This paper reflects upon emotional moments in research with children and young people. In particular, we seek to contribute to the now-extensive literature on emotions in social scientific research practice by: (i) attempting to acknowledge the often-overlooked emotions experienced by children and young people whilst participating in research; (ii) highlighting the complex, multiperspectival nature of emotions in research. We suggest that these complexities can, simultaneously be problematic and an opportunity to celebrate the achievement of doing research together. (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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