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You can download this case study as a pdf here. Positioning young children as co-researchers seeks to elevate their voice, interests and power in research processes. However, there are added tensions when co-researching with babies and very young children, particularly in

Little, S., & Little, T. (2022). An un/familiar space: Children and parents as collaborators in autoethnographic family research. Qualitative Research, 22(4), pp. 632-648. Abstract: This paper, coauthored by mother and son (aged 10 at the time of writing, 12 at time

Spyrou, S. (2023). From extractivist practices and the child-as-data to an ethics of reciprocity and mutuality in empirical childhood research. Childhood, Published Online Ahead of Print. "The increased datafication of childhood is quite evident. And so is a vision of

Budin-Ljøsne, I., Ayuandini, S., Baillergeau, E., Broër, C., Helleve, A., Klepp, K-I., Kysnes, B., Lien, N., Lusznzcynska, A., Nesrallah, S., Rito, A., Rutter, H., Samdal, O., Savona, N., & Veltkamp, G. (2022). Ethical considerations in engaging young people in European

Yanar, Z.M., Fazli, M., Rahman, J., & Farthing, R. (2016). Research ethics committees and participatory action research with young people: The politics of voice. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 11(2), pp. 122-128. This article explores the tensions

Brady, L-M., Miller, J., Mcfarlane-Rose, E., Noor, J., Noor, R., Dahlmann-Noor, A. (2022). “We know that our voices are valued, and that people are actually going to listen”: Co-producing an evaluation of a young people’s research advisory group. Preprint on