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Molestone, R., Wiebesiek, L., Treffry-Goatley, A., & Mandrona, A. (Eds.). (2021). Ethical Practice in Participatory Visual Research with Girls. New York: Berghahn Books. ISBN 978-1-80073-033-5 eISBN 978-1-80073-034-2 Book Description: Girls and young women, particularly those from rural and indigenous communities around the

Rutanen, N., de Souza Amorim, K., Marwick, H., & White, J. (2018). Tensions and challenges concerning ethics on video research with young children - Experiences from an international collaboration among seven countries. Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy, 3(1), pp.

Woolhouse, C. (2019). Conducting photo methodologies with children: Framing ethical concerns relating to representation, voice and data analysis when exploring educational inclusion with children. International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 42(1), pp. 3-18. This article offers a critical discussion

Haggerty, M. (2020). Using Video in Research with Young Children, Teachers and Parents: Entanglements of Possibility, Risk and Ethical Responsibility: Profiling Emerging Research Innovations. Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy, 5(1), pp. 1-15. Abstract: This article draws on research conducted for

Treffry-Goatley, A., Wiebesiek, L., Lange, N. d., & Moletsane, R. (2017). Technologies of nonviolence: Ethical participatory visual research with girls. Girlhood Studies, 10(2), pp. 45-61. This article shares ethical and methodological insights from a study on girl-led policy making to

Lamb, K., Humphreys, C., & Hegarty, K. (2020). Research ethics in practice: Challenges of using digital technology to embed the voices of children and young people within programs for fathers who use domestic violence. Research Ethics, Published on-line ahead of

Pienimäki, M., & Kotilainen, S. (2018). Youth participation in research on multiliteracies: Ethical perspectives. Media Education Journal, 8(1), pp. 115-132. Abstract: In research ethics, protecting the anonymity and privacy of research participants is the norm, especially vulnerable children and young people.