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Armijo, M., & Willatt, C. (2022). Ethics committees and shaping of children's participation in qualitative educational research in Chile. Children & Society, Published Online Ahead of Print. Abstract: In this paper, we address the relationship between ethics committees and children involved

Buchanan, D. (2023). How can a researcher minimise causing harm when conducting interviews with particularly vulnerable children in longitudinal research?. Children & Society, Published Online Ahead of Print. Abstract: Using original data, this article explores the ethical issues that arose during

Darian‐Smith, K., & Henningham, N. (2014). Social research and the privacy and participation of children: Reflections on researching Australian children's playlore. Children & Society, 28(4), pp. 327-338. Abstract: Social research into the daily activities of children is important if we are

El Gemayel, S. M., & Salema, Y. (2023). Negotiating power dynamics through co‐reflexivity in research with young children in disadvantaged communities. Children & Society, 37(5), pp. 1596-1611. Abstract: This paper addresses how unequal power dynamics in research with young children in

Fay, F. (2018). The impact of the school space on research methodology, child participation and safety: Views from children in Zanzibar. Children's Geographies, 16(4), pp.405-417. Abstract: This paper discusses the impact of school environments as research spaces on participatory research methods,

Brown, C., Spiro, J., & Quinton, S. (2020). The role of research ethics committees: Friend or foe in educational research? An exploratory study. British Educational Research Journal, 46(4), pp. 747-769. Abstract: Ethics committees have an important role to play in ensuring

You can download this case study as a pdf here. It is now common practice to seek children’s own consent for research participation, alongside (usually) that of a parent or guardian. This is advocated in the ERIC Charter and also represents