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
Using magnets to visualise informed consent in school-based fieldwork with children. By Marlies Kustatscher
With my PhD research I wanted to explore how ethnicity, gender and social class intersect in young children’s social identities and relationships in a culturally diverse primary school. This research focus suggested a methodology that would allow me to spend
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.
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Re-imagining research partnerships: Thinking through “co-research” and ethical practice with children and youth.
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Muslim researcher researching Muslim youth: Reflexive notes on critical ethnography, positionality and representation.
Miled, N. (2019). Muslim researcher researching Muslim youth: reflexive notes on critical ethnography, positionality and representation. Ethnography and Education, 14(1), pp. 1-15. Please view the abstract for this article via the Publisher's Link below.
Peters, M. A., White, E. J., Besley, T., Locke, K., Redder, B., Novak, R., Gibbons, A., O'Neill, J., Tesar, M., & Sturm, S. (2020). Video ethics in educational research involving children: Literature review and critical discussion. Educational Philosophy and
Bonnell, K. J., Hargiss, C. L. M., & Norland, J. E. (2018). Challenges conducting research with adolescents in public schools. Natural Sciences Education Digital Library, 47(1). Please view the abstract for this article via the Publisher's Link below.
Listening to children’s voices in educational research: Some theoretical and methodological problems.
Tangen, R. (2008). Listening to children’s voices in educational research: Some theoretical and methodological problems. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 23(2), pp. 157-166. Please view the abstract for this article via the Publisher's Link below.