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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.
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