Ethical considerations and dilemmas for the researcher and for families in home-based research: A case for situated ethics.

Palaiologou, I., & Brown, A. (2023). Ethical considerations and dilemmas for the researcher and for families in home-based research: A case for situated ethics. Research Ethics, 19(4), pp.519-535. Abstract: When researching with or about families in home-based research, there are numerous unexpected ethical issues that can emerge, particularly in qualitative research. This paper is based […]

Expanding the scope of ethical research with and for children and young people– Six viewpoints on crisis, cross-cultural working and reciprocity.

Hadfield-Hill, S., Finn, M., Dudman, J., Ergler, C., Freeman, C., Hayes, T. A., … & Walker, L. (2023). Expanding the scope of ethical research with and for children and young people – Six viewpoints on crisis, cross-cultural working and reciprocity. Children’s Geographies, Published Online Ahead of Print, pp.1-9. Abstract: This Viewpoints piece is a collection […]

Research ethics in childhood research.

Hanson, K., Spyrou, S., (Moderators). (2023). Research ethics in childhood research. Childhood, 30(4), pp. 1-17. Abstract: The journal Childhood has been one of the pioneering fora where children and childhood have been given a prominent place in research, both through considering childhood as an autonomous social group worthy of investigation and by relying on children’s […]

Making sense of ‘slippages’: Re-evaluating ethics for digital research with children and young people.

Cutting, K., & Peacock, S. (2021). Making sense of ‘slippages’: Re-evaluating ethics for digital research with children and young people. Children’s Geographies, Published Online Ahead of Print. Abstract: In this paper, we argue that institutional ethical procedures do not properly prepare children’s geographers to conduct digital research with children and young people (CYP). To address […]

Procedural ethics vs being ethical: A critical appraisal.

Shiraani, F., Shaheer, I., & Carr, N. (2022). Procedural ethics vs being ethical: A critical appraisal. In Okumus, F., Rasoolimanesh, S.M., & Jahani, S. (Eds.), Contemporary Research Methods in Hospitality and Tourism (pp.21-37). Emerald Publishing Limited: Bingley, UK. ISBN: 978-1-80117-547-0, eISBN: 978-1-80117-546-3. Abstract: Tourism researchers, like those in other fields, are subject to multiple ethical […]

Using participatory methods with young children; reflections on emergent ‘ethically important moments’ in school-based research.

Stokes, T. (2020). Using participatory methods with young children; reflections on emergent ‘ethically important moments’ in school-based research. Irish Educational Studies, 39(3), pp. 375-387. This paper describes and reflects upon three ‘ethically important moments’ arising during an educational research project in schools. Please view the full abstract for this article via the Publisher’s Link below. […]

Ethics in context: Essential flexibility in an international photo-elicitation project with children and young people.

Burningham, K., Venn, S., Hayward, B., Nissen, S., Aoyagi, M., Hasan, M. M., Jackson, T., Jha, V., Mattar, H., Schudel, I., & Yoshida, A. (2020). Ethics in context: Essential flexibility in an international photo-elicitation project with children and young people. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 23(1), pp.7-22.  Abstract: Existing literatures have discussed both ethical […]