In the details: The micro-ethics of negotiations and in-situ judgements in participatory design with marginalised children.
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
The complexities and contradictions in participatory research with vulnerable children and young people: A qualitative systematic review.
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,
Thorjussen, I. M., & Wilhelmsen, T. (2020). Ethics in categorizing ethnicity and disability in research with children. Societies, 10(1). Abstract: The use of categories is a contested subject in social sciences. The use of social categories allows researchers to explore similarities,
Spencer, N. L., Peers, D., & Eales, L. (2020). Disability language in adapted physical education: What is the story? In J. A. Haegele, Hodge, S.R., Shapiro, D.R. (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Adapted Physical Education. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. This chapter builds upon
Confessions of an inadequate researcher: Space and supervision in research with learning disabled children.
von Benzon, N. (2017). Confessions of an inadequate researcher: Space and supervision in research with learning disabled children. Social & Cultural Geography, 18(7), pp. 1039-1058. Abstract: Location is often at the fore of decision-making regarding fieldwork and choice of methods.
Navigating disability identity and language in research involving children and young people. By Fathimath Shiraani
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
When conducting ethnographic or field-based research that involves children with disability, the notion of informed consent requires the researcher to be very thoughtful about what it means to be fully informed across the full range of participants. The school based
Dilemmas at school: How and when to support the inclusion of students with disability. By Jude MacArthur
In our ethnographic work with children with disability at school, our research team has observed a number of situations where children and young people have been marginalized and excluded from the curriculum, social life and wider activities of the school.
Ethical considerations when conducting research with children and young people with disabilities in health and social care.
McNeilly, P., Macdonald, G., & Kelly, B. (2020). Ethical considerations when conducting research with children and young people with disabilities in health and social care. Nurse Researcher, 28(1), pp. 9-15. All children, including those identified as having disabilities, have the