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Donison, L., Raby, R., Waboso, N., Sheppard, L. C., Grossman, K., Harding, E., & Myatt, H. (2023). ‘I’m going to call my friend to join us': connections and challenges in online video interviews with children during COVID-19. Children's Geographies, Published

Flewitt, R. (2019). Ethics and researching young children’s digital literacy practices. In Erstad, O., Flewitt, R., Kümmerling-Meibauer, B., & Pereira, Í.S.(Eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Digital Literacies in Early Childhood (Chapter 4). Routledge: London. ebook ISBN: 9780203730638. Chapter Abstract: This chapter

Rahman, Z., & Keseru. J. (2021). Predictive analytics for children: An assessment of ethical considerations, risks and benefits. Innocenti Working Papers 2021-08. UNICEF: Florence. Abstract: This paper examines potential ethical issues, including benefits and risks, associated with predictive analytics as

McInroy, L. B. (2017). Innovative ethics: Using animated videos when soliciting informed consent of young people for online surveys. Social Work Research, 41(2), pp.121-128. This research note discusses the potential of animated video to enhance the informed consent process in on-line

Facca, D., Smith, M. J., Shelley, J., Lizotte, D., & Donelle, L. (2020). Exploring the ethical issues in research using digital data collection strategies with minors: A scoping review. PLOS ONE, 15(8), Article: e0237875.

Lobe, B., Livingstone, S., Olafsson, K., & Simões, J. A. (2008). Best practice research guide: How to research children and online technologies in comparative perspective. London: EU Kids Online / London School of Economics. ISBN: 978-0-85328-354-6.