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Maynard, E., Barton, S., Rivett, K., Maynard, O., & Davies, W. (2020). Because ‘grown-ups don’t always get it right’: Allyship with children in research – from research question to authorship. Qualitative Research in Psychology, Published on-line ahead of print. pp. 1-19.

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

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.

Huber, J. (2020). Letting children know we are listening to them: Attending to children’s everyday ways of knowing, being, doing, and relating as key in the relational ethical responsibilities of coming alongside young child co-researchers in narrative inquiry. In T.

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

Theobald, M., & Danby, S. J. (2019). Children’s competence and wellbeing in sensitive research: When video-stimulated accounts lead to dispute. In J. Lamerichs, S. J. Danby, A. Bateman, & S. Ekberg (Eds.), Children and Mental Health Talk: Perspectives on Social

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

Brown, A. (2019). Knock, Knock! Who’s There? Opening the Door to Creating Ethical, Respectful, and Participatory Research Spaces with Young Families. In Respectful Research With and About Young Families: Forging Frontiers and Methodological Considerations (pp. 111-148). Cham: Springer International Publishing

McLaughlin, J. (2020). Relational autonomy as a way to recognise and enhance children’s capacity and agency to be participatory research actors. Ethics and Social Welfare, Published on-line ahead of print, pp.1-16.  Please view the abstract for this article via the Publisher's Link