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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

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

Mayne, F., Howitt, C., & Rennie, L. (2018). Rights, power and agency in early childhood research design: Developing a rights-based research ethics and participation planning framework. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 43(3), pp.4-14

Bessell, S., Beazley, H., & Waterson, R. (2017). The Methodology and Ethics of Rights-Based Research with Children. In A. Invernizzi, M. Liebel, B. Milne, & R. Budde (Eds.), ‘Children Out of Place’ and Human Rights : In Memory of Judith Ennew (pp. 211-231). Cham: Springer International Publishing.