Research with children
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Alderson, P., and Morrow, V. (2004) Ethics, social research and consulting with children and young people. Barkingside: Barnardo’s.
Alderson, P. (2007) Competent children? Minors’ consent to health care treatment and research. Social Science and Medicine, 65, 2272–2283.
Cocks, A. (2006) The ethical maze: finding an inclusive path towards gaining children’s agreement to research participation. Childhood 13, 2, 247-266.
Farrell, A. (Ed.) (2005) Ethical issues in Research with Children. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
Morrow, V. (2008) Ethical dilemmas in research with children and young people about their social environments, Children’s Geographies,6:1,49-61.
Goodenough, T., E. Williamson, J. Kent and R. Ashcroft (2003) “What Did You Think About That?” Researching Children’s Participation in a Longitudinal Genetic Epidemiological Study, Children and Society 17.2: 113-25
Goodenough, T., E. Williamson, J. Kent and R. Ashcroft (2004) Ethical Protection in Research: Including Children in Debate in M. Smyth and E. Williamson (eds.) Researchers and Their ‘Subjects’. Ethics, Power, Knowledge and Consent, Bristol, UK: Policy Press
Helgesson, G. (2005) Children, Longitudinal Studies, and Informed Consent, Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 8: 307-13
Maguire, M. (2005) ‘What if You Talked to Me? I Could Be Interesting!’ Ethical Research Considerations in Engaging with Bilingual / Multilingual Child Participants in Human Inquiry. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/article/view/530/1148
Punch, S. (2002) Research with children: the same or different from research with adults? Childhood, 9, 3, 321-341.
Reeves A, Bryson C, Ormston R, White C. (2007) Children’s perspectives on participating in survey research. London: NatCen.