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You can download this case study as a pdf here. When children participate in research, particularly research conducted with or by children, a key goal is to authentically represent their viewpoints. Striving for authentic representation involves being critical and reflexive of

Buchanan, D. (2023). How can a researcher minimise causing harm when conducting interviews with particularly vulnerable children in longitudinal research?. Children & Society, Published Online Ahead of Print. Abstract: Using original data, this article explores the ethical issues that arose during

Fay, F. (2018). The impact of the school space on research methodology, child participation and safety: Views from children in Zanzibar. Children's Geographies, 16(4), pp.405-417. Abstract: This paper discusses the impact of school environments as research spaces on participatory research methods,

Maglio, F., & Pherali, T. (2020). Ethical reflections on children's participation in educational research during humanitarian crises. Research Ethics, 16, 1-2, pp. 1-19. Abstract: This paper aims to reflect upon ethical dilemmas arising from educational research in humanitarian contexts, particularly when

Sixtenssen, J. (2022). 'To say no wasn't something we could do': Reflexive accounts and negotiations of the ethical practice of informed consent during the research process and beyond. In The Politics and Ethics of Representation in Qualitative Research: Addressing Moments

Kirby, P., (2020). ‘It’s never okay to say no to teachers’: Children’s research consent and dissent in conforming schools contexts. British Educational Research Journal, 46(4), pp. 811-828. Abstract: This article examines the limits to children giving research consent in everyday school

McPherson, A., Saltmarsh, S., & Tomkins, S. (2020). Reconsidering assent for randomised control trials in education: Ethical and procedural concerns. British Educational Research Journal, 46(4), pp. 728-746. Abstract: Despite ongoing disagreement about what kinds of evidence are most valuable to