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Franklin, A., & Toft, A. (2020). Centring the voices of disabled LGBT+ young people in research: Ethical and methodological considerations. In: Toft, A. & Franklin, A. Young Disabled and LGBT+: Voices, Identities and Intersections. Routledge: London. ISBN: 9781032175607. The book, 'Young,

Stafford, L. (2017). 'What about my voice': Emancipating the voices of children with disabilities through participant-centred methods. Children’s Geographies, 15(5), pp. 600-613. Abstract: Children with diverse physical, communication and/or cognitive impairments are often overlooked as active research participants. This paper challenges

Spiel, K., Brulé, E., Frauenberger, C., Bailley, G., & Fitzpatrick, G. (2020). In the details: the micro-ethics of negotiations and in-situ judgements in participatory design with marginalised children. CoDesign, 16(1), pp.45-65. In this article the authors share 7 'mice-ethical' (or situated

Bradbury-Jones, C., Isham, L., & Taylor, J. (2018). The complexities and contradictions in participatory research with vulnerable children and young people: A qualitative systematic review. Social Science & Medicine, 215, pp. 80-91. Abstract: Participatory research carried out by or with children,

Despite contemporary tourism research being more inclusive of previously neglected groups, the views of children with disability are still largely absent, reflecting a disregard for both their agency and voice. My research sought to address this gap by focusing on

Traditionally, social researchers expected parents or other adults to act as proxies for the authentic voices of children with disability. Such exclusionary approaches to childhood disability research were often grounded in assumptions about the inability of children with disability to