A key purpose of ERIC is to share stories, experiences and learning about ethical issues and concerns that shape research involving children and young people. Case studies have been contributed by researchers, using their own words, to assist others to reflect critically on some of the more difficult and contested ethical issues they may encounter. These case studies which are from diverse international contexts and different research paradigms highlight the processes that can be engaged in developing ethical thinking and improving ethical practice in research with children. Researchers are invited to consider these case studies in light of their own experience and context. Please submit your expression of interest using the form at the bottom of this page.
Expression of Interest to Contribute A Case Study
The purpose of the case studies is to share examples of the kinds of ethical challenges we encounter in our research involving children, the ways we navigate these, the choices we make and the reflections we engage in. The case studies are intended to stimulate thinking and provide ideas for others who encounter similar issues.
Please complete the following form if you wish to express interest in contributing a case study.