The mis/uses of ‘voice’ in (post)qualitative research with children and young people: Histories, politics and ethics.
Mayes, E. (2019). The mis/uses of ‘voice’ in (post)qualitative research with children and young people: Histories, politics and ethics. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 32(10), pp. 1191-1209. Abstract: This article extends recent attempts to think (post)qualitative research together with
Obtaining informed and voluntary consent in a group context. By Muireann Ní Raghallaigh & Robbie Gilligan
In designing a doctoral research study of the experiences of unaccompanied/ separated asylum seeking young people in Ireland, it was decided that the core of the study would involve individual interviews with relevant young people, aged between 13 and 18
The research project involved the exploration and mapping of the social capital of 50 young people aged between 14 and 18 years from a Shire in south-west of Sydney, Australia. This project was undertaken in partnership with a Community Links
Interviewing children on sensitive issues around violence: Do survey instruments and processes on violence against children provide adequate measures to protect children aged 13-17 years? By Mary Catherine Maternowska
Numerous countries are engaged in the development and implementation of a nationwide household survey intended to determine the levels of emotional, physical and sexual violence against children. These surveys are being conducted under the direction and with full participation from
The Queensland Youth Development Research Project (YDRP) used questionnaires to explore the role of youth development programmes in the positive development of young people, aged 12-18 years. We were interested in gaining a better understanding about the programme features which
Harris, J., & Porcellato, L. (2018). Opt-out parental consent in online surveys: Ethical considerations. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 13(3), pp. 223-229.
Young people’s views regarding participation in mental health and wellbeing research through social media.
Monks, H., Cardoso, P., Papageorgiou, A., Carolan, C., Costello, L., & Thomas, L. (2015). Young people’s views regarding participation in mental health and wellbeing research through social media. The International Journal of Emotional Education, 7(1), pp. 4-19.
Livingstone, S., & Locatelli, E. (2014). Ethical dilemmas in qualitative research with youth on/offline. International Journal of Learning and Media, 4(3), pp. 67-75.
Desiring self-determination in research and beyond: Parental consent requirements and situated ethics for migrant young people living amid changing family dynamics.
Shaw, J. E. (2018). Desiring self-determination in research and beyond: Parental consent requirements and situated ethics for migrant young people living amid changing family dynamics. Children & Society, 32(6), 433-443.