Ethical Research Involving Children

The principles and ethics of including children with disability in child research.

Jenkin, E., Wilson, E., Campain, R., & Clarke, M. (2020). The principles and ethics of including children with disability in child research. Children & Society, 34(1), pp.1-16.

Abstract: This paper provides a set of principles and ethics, developed in collaboration between Pacific- and Australian-based researchers, to guide research practice in a project enabling the self-reporting of children with disability in Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea (PNG). The paper presents both a summary of academic literature relating to these principles and ethics, as well as their succinct ‘translation’ into a set of action statements for researchers working with children with disability. The paper offers a base for further development by others to guide research practice and foster the autonomous participation of children with disability in developing countries. (Abstract published by arrangement with Wiley Subscription Services, Inc.).

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