Ipe, R. (2019). Ethical tensions in designing ethnographic research with schoolchildren in rural Karnataka. Global Studies of Childhood, 9(2), pp. 120–131. This article explores the ethical tensions surrounding preparing for ethnographic research with children in a rural distract of Karnataka, India.
Maintaining confidentiality of responses and preventing social desirability bias with an innovative method: The polling booth in research on early marriage, including child marriage. By Urvashi Wattal & Angela Chaudhuri
An impact evaluation, funded by the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), of Breakthrough’s early marriage campaign in Bihar and Jharkhand, India, is currently being conducted by Catalyst Management Services (CMS). Breakthrough is an international Human Rights Organization that focuses
Important and unique challenges arise when conducting research in a cultural environment more or less unknown to the researcher who follows a Western cultural tradition. Even though researchers arrive well-prepared at the research site in the different culture, they will
Young Lives is an international study of childhood poverty, involving 12,000 children growing up over 15 years in Ethiopia, the state of Andhra Pradesh in India, Peru and Vietnam. Two cohorts of children – a younger cohort who were born
Sinha, P. (2017). Listening ethically to indigenous children: Experiences from India. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 21(3), pp. 272-285.