When conducting ethnographic or field-based research that involves children with disability, the notion of informed consent requires the researcher to be very thoughtful about what it means to be fully informed across the full range of participants. The school based
Using magnets to visualise informed consent in school-based fieldwork with children. By Marlies Kustatscher
With my PhD research I wanted to explore how ethnicity, gender and social class intersect in young children’s social identities and relationships in a culturally diverse primary school. This research focus suggested a methodology that would allow me to spend
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Children’s ongoing and relational negotiation of informed assent in child–researcher, child–child and child–parent interaction.
Ericsson, S., & Boyd, S. (2017). Children’s ongoing and relational negotiation of informed assent in child–researcher, child–child and child–parent interaction. Childhood, 2017, Vol.24(3), pp.300-315.
Hordyk, S. R. (2017). “This feels like school!” Revisiting assent and motivation in research with child participants. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 34, pp. 583-595.