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Rutanen, N., de Souza Amorim, K., Marwick, H., & White, J. (2018). Tensions and challenges concerning ethics on video research with young children - Experiences from an international collaboration among seven countries. Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy, 3(1), pp.

Haggerty, M. (2020). Using Video in Research with Young Children, Teachers and Parents: Entanglements of Possibility, Risk and Ethical Responsibility: Profiling Emerging Research Innovations. Video Journal of Education and Pedagogy, 5(1), pp. 1-15. Abstract: This article draws on research conducted for

Mayne, F., Howitt, C., & Rennie, L. J. (2018). A hierarchical model of children’s research participation rights based on information, understanding, voice, and influence. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 26(5), pp. 644-656. This paper introduces a hierarchical model of

Gaches, S. (2020). Using critically reflexive ethics in practice to address issues of representation in children’s rights-based research. Global Studies of Childhood, Published on-line ahead of print.

Gaches, S., & Gallagher, M. (2019). Children as research consultants: The ethics and rights of no research about them without consulting with them. In J. Murray, B. Blue Swadener, & S. Kylie (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children’s Rights. London: Routledge. eBook ISBN: 978-03671-4202-5.

Mayne, F., & Howitt, C. (2019). Embedding young children’s participation rights into research: How the interactive narrative approach enhances meaningful participation. International Journal of Early Childhood, 51(3), pp. 335-353.  This research explored how young children’s research participation can be enhanced when

Theobald, M., & Danby, S. J. (2019). Children’s competence and wellbeing in sensitive research: When video-stimulated accounts lead to dispute. In J. Lamerichs, S. J. Danby, A. Bateman, & S. Ekberg (Eds.), Children and Mental Health Talk: Perspectives on Social

Gaywood, D., Bertram, T., & Pascal, C. (2020). Involving refugee children in research: Emerging ethical and positioning issues. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 28(1), pp. 149-162.  Please view the abstract for this article via the Publisher's Link below.

Scott, P. (2019). Entering the field as researchers and leaving as “aunties”: Field relations with young children and their families in a refugee reception centre. In A. Wihstutz (Ed.), Zwischen Sandkasten und Abschiebung: Zum Alltag junger Kinder in Unterkünften für