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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

This case study describes the ethical dilemmas faced in the conduct of a study that sought to answer the question “How do young Tanzanian children experience care?” The study explored the heterogeneous practices that are used by families to care

Gaches, S. (2020). Using critically reflexive ethics in practice to address issues of representation in children’s rights-based research. Global Studies of Childhood, Published on-line ahead of print.

Graham, A., Powell, M. & Taylor, N. (2015). Ethical research involving children: Encouraging reflexive engagement in research with children and young people. Children & Society, 29(5), pp. 331-343. Abstract: Research involving children raises complex and well-documented ethical questions and challenges that

Powell, M. A., Graham, A., & Truscott, J. (2016). Ethical research involving children: Facilitating reflexive engagement. Qualitative Research Journal, 16(2), pp.197-208. Abstract: Purpose: Qualitative researchers working with children are increasingly sharing accounts of their research journeys, including the inherent ethical tensions they

Scott, P. (2019). Entering the field as researchers and leaving as “aunties”: Field relations with young children and their families in a refugee reception centre. In A. Wihstutz (Ed.), Zwischen Sandkasten und Abschiebung: Zum Alltag junger Kinder in Unterkünften für