Ethical Research Involving Children

Ethical research involving children: Putting the evidence into practice.

Graham, A., Powell, M.A., & Taylor, N. (2015). Ethical research involving children: Putting the evidence into practice. Family Matters, 96, pp. 23-28.

Abstract: Undertaking research with children and young people gives rise to a number of ethical challenges and dilemmas – both predictable and unforseen. This article introduces the Ethical Research Involving Children (ERIC) project, which provides a best-practice framework for approaching such issues and ensuring that research involving children can justifiably be deemed ‘ethical’. Researchers and policy makers are invited to access and contribute to the project’s resources.

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