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.
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.
Fink, J., & Lomax, H. (2016). Sharing Images, Spoiling Meanings? Girlhood Studies, 9(3), pp. 20-36. Abstract: In this article we consider the ethical challenges engendered by participatory visual research with girls. Drawing on photographs taken by and of girls we explore
Thorjussen, I.M., & Wihelmsen, T. (2020). Ethics in categorizing ethnicity and disability in research with children. Societies, 10(2). This is an open access article. The pdf is freely available via the Publisher's Link below.
Rogers, R., Labadie, M., & Pole, K. (2016). Balancing voice and protection in literacy studies with young children. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 16(1), pp. 34-59.
“I thought it would be tiny little one phrase that we said, in a huge big pile of papers:” Children’s reflections on their involvement in participatory research.
Pinter, A., & Zandian, S. (2015). "I thought it would be tiny little one phrase that we said, in a huge big pile of papers": Children's reflections on their involvement in participatory research. Qualitative Research, 15(2), pp. 235-250.
Morrow, V. (2008). Ethical dilemmas in research with children and young people about their social environments. Children's Geographies, 6(1). pp. 49-61.