Doing research with children: Making choices on ethics and methodology that encourage children’s participation.

Kyritsi, K. (2019). Doing research with children: Making choices on ethics and methodology that encourage children’s participation. Journal of Childhood Studies, 44(2). This is an open access article. The full pdf is freely available to download via the Publisher’s Link below. [button color=”primary” link=https://doi.org/10.18357/jcs442201919059 target=”_blank”]Publisher’s Link[/button]

Specifying the ethics of teleogenetic collaboration for research with children and other vital forces: A critical inquiry into dialectical praxis psychology via posthumanist theorizing.

Chimirri, N. A. (2019). Specifying the ethics of teleogenetic collaboration for research with children and other vital forces: A critical inquiry into dialectical praxis psychology via posthumanist theorizing. Human Arenas, 2(4), pp. 451-482. Abstract: The article draws on posthumanist theorizing to critically inquire into and thereby specify the relational ethics ingrained in the dialectical praxis […]

‘I want to share this video with you today.’ Children’s participation rights in childhood research.

Huser, C. (2019). ‘I want to share this video with you today.’ Children’s participation rights in childhood research. Human Rights Education Review, 2(2), pp. 45-63.  Abstract: The Convention on the Rights of the Child foregrounds the right to participate. Contributing to decision-making on matters concerning children’s lives is fundamental to rights education. This paper discusses […]

Ethical symmetry in participative research with children.

Eßer, F., & Sitter, M. (2018). Ethical symmetry in participative research with children. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 19(3), Art. 21. This is an open access article. The pdf is freely available via the Publisher’s Link below. Please note the article is in German.