Guidelines for research with children and young people.
Shaw, C., Brady, L.-M., & Davey, C. (2011). Guidelines for research with children and young people. London: National Children’s Bureau (NCB) Research Centre.
Extract from introduction: “These guidelines have been produced for researchers who are contemplating involving children and young people (CYP) in their research project – whether as participants or in a more active role. These guidelines set out NCB (UK National Children’s Bureau) Research Centre’s general approach to research with CYP (Section 2); provide practical guidance for the researcher, through all stages of the research process from planning to dissemination: Section 3 focuses on research in which CYP are participants (that is, as sources of data); Section 4 considers other ways in which CYP can be involved in the research process. These guidelines are illustrated throughout with examples from the recent work of NCB’s Research Centre.
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