Martins, P. C., & Sani, A. I. (2020). Consent for research on violence against children: Dilemmas and contradictions. Societies, 10(1), 15. Abstract: The increasing visibility of violence involving children has led to a recognition of the need to research its underlying
Child protection and confidentiality: Surveying children’s experiences of violence, abuse and neglect. By Lorraine Radford
In 2008 the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) decided to set up a comprehensive UK-wide study of the prevalence and impact of violence towards children and young people at home, in school and in the
Interviewing children on sensitive issues around violence: Do survey instruments and processes on violence against children provide adequate measures to protect children aged 13-17 years? By Mary Catherine Maternowska
Numerous countries are engaged in the development and implementation of a nationwide household survey intended to determine the levels of emotional, physical and sexual violence against children. These surveys are being conducted under the direction and with full participation from
How to conduct good quality research on violence against children with disabilities: Key ethical, measurement, and research principles.
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In 2015, for the first time, children and young people in Tonga were invited to take part in research about their lives. From the UK, I worked with the project leaders of two Tongan national charities, Ma’a Ffine mo e
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The key to the gatekeepers: Passive consent and other ethical issues surrounding the rights of children to speak on issues that concern them.
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