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Treffry-Goatley, A., Wiebesiek, L., Lange, N. d., & Moletsane, R. (2017). Technologies of nonviolence: Ethical participatory visual research with girls. Girlhood Studies, 10(2), pp. 45-61. This article shares ethical and methodological insights from a study on girl-led policy making to

Spiel, K., Brulé, E., Frauenberger, C., Bailley, G., & Fitzpatrick, G. (2020). In the details: the micro-ethics of negotiations and in-situ judgements in participatory design with marginalised children. CoDesign, 16(1), pp.45-65. In this article the authors share 7 'mice-ethical' (or situated

Bradbury-Jones, C., Isham, L., & Taylor, J. (2018). The complexities and contradictions in participatory research with vulnerable children and young people: A qualitative systematic review. Social Science & Medicine, 215, pp. 80-91. Abstract: Participatory research carried out by or with children,

Montreuil, M., & Carnevale, F. A. (2018). Participatory hermeneutic ethnography: A methodological framework for health ethics research with children. Qualitative Health Research, 28(7), pp. 1135-1144. In this paper the authors share a methodological framework for health ethics research with children

Water, T. (2018). Ethical issues in participatory research with children and young people. In I. Coyne & B. Carter (Eds.), Being Participatory: Researching with Children and Young People: Co-constructing Knowledge Using Creative Techniques (pp. 37-56). Cham: Springer International Publishing. Abstract: Research

Pienimäki, M., & Kotilainen, S. (2018). Youth participation in research on multiliteracies: Ethical perspectives. Media Education Journal, 8(1), pp. 115-132. Abstract: In research ethics, protecting the anonymity and privacy of research participants is the norm, especially vulnerable children and young people.

Davidson, E. (2017). Saying it like it is? Power, participation and research involving young people. Social Inclusion, 5(3). Available online. Abstract: Developments in the conceptualisation of childhood have prompted a fundamental shift in young people’s position within social research. Central to

Wilkinson, C., & Wilkinson, S. (2017). Doing it write: Representation and responsibility in writing up participatory research involving young people. Social Inclusion, 5(3), pp. 219-227. Abstract: This article adopts a reflexive stance as the authors look back on their doctoral research

Conducting participatory fieldwork with children can result in a researcher becoming involved in their lives more broadly, blurring the lines around the researcher role. This may be particularly the case when working with children in precarious situations, such as AIDS-affected

Traditionally, social researchers expected parents or other adults to act as proxies for the authentic voices of children with disability. Such exclusionary approaches to childhood disability research were often grounded in assumptions about the inability of children with disability to