Negotiating power dynamics through co‐reflexivity in research with young children in disadvantaged communities.
El Gemayel, S. M., & Salema, Y. (2023). Negotiating power dynamics through co‐reflexivity in research with young children in disadvantaged communities. Children & Society, 37(5), pp. 1596-1611. Abstract: This paper addresses how unequal power dynamics in research with young children in
Reimagining institutional ethics procedures in research partnerships with young people across Majority/Minority World contexts.
Powell, M. A., Krishnamurthy, S., Chan, L., Tisdall, E. K. M., Rizzini, I., & Nuggehalli, R. K. (2023). Reimagining institutional ethics procedures in research partnerships with young people across Majority/Minority World contexts. Children's Geographies, Published Online Ahead of Print, pp.1-15. Abstract:
Shiraani, F., Shaheer, I., & Carr, N. (2022). Procedural ethics vs being ethical: A critical appraisal. In Okumus, F., Rasoolimanesh, S.M., & Jahani, S. (Eds.), Contemporary Research Methods in Hospitality and Tourism (pp.21-37). Emerald Publishing Limited: Bingley, UK. ISBN: 978-1-80117-547-0,
Wulf-Andersen, T., Warming, H., Neidel, A. (2021). Power and reflexivity: Positions and positioning in involving research with young people. In: Wulf-Andersen, T., Follesø, R., Olsen, T. (Eds.) Involving Methods in Youth Research. Studies in Childhood and Youth. Palgrave Macmillan: Cham.
‘Your life looks like a fairytale’ : Challenges in building rapport with children and youth in contexts of protracted conflict. By Cadhla Fiona o’Sullivan
You can download this case study as a pdf here. My PhD research, titled 'Artisans of Peace', was conducted in the post conflict environment of Bogotá, Colombia. It consisted of an Arts based intervention with children and youth (ages 6-18) across
Positionality and reflexivity: Recognising and dismantling our privileges in childhood research through the use of windows and mirrors.
Cuevas-Parra, P. (2021). Positionality and reflexivity: Recognising and dismantling our privileges in childhood research through the use of windows and mirrors. Global Studies of Childhood, Published Online ahead of print. This article explores how privileges, identities and worldviews influence every
Foxcroft, C.D. (2017). Ethical issues in conducting child development research in Sub-Saharan Africa. In Abubakar A., & van de Vijver F. (Eds.). Handbook of Applied Developmental Science in Sub-Saharan Africa. Springer: New York, NY. Print ISBN: 978-1-4939-7326-2; e-ISBN: 978-1-4939-7328-6. Abstract: While
Confessions of an inadequate researcher: Space and supervision in research with learning disabled children.
von Benzon, N. (2017). Confessions of an inadequate researcher: Space and supervision in research with learning disabled children. Social & Cultural Geography, 18(7), pp. 1039-1058. Abstract: Location is often at the fore of decision-making regarding fieldwork and choice of methods.
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
Groven, K. S., Svendby, E. B., & Rugseth, G. (2020). Ethical sensitivity in co-production: Openness and doubt when young women participate in research. Health Care for Women International, 41(4), pp. 445-460. This article reflects upon an 'ethically-important' or 'ethically-charged' moment