Critical Perspectives on Research with Children

Reflexivity, Methodology, and Researcher Identity

Edited by Sarah Richards and Sarah Coombs

Published

Feb 9, 2023

Page count

208 pages

Series

Sociology of Children and Families

ISBN

978-1529216776

Dimensions

234 x 156 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Published

Feb 9, 2023

Page count

208 pages

Series

Sociology of Children and Families

ISBN

978-1529216790

Dimensions

Imprint

Bristol University Press
Critical Perspectives on Research with Children

Introduction - Sarah Richards and Sarah Coombs

1. Do No Online Harm: Balancing Safeguarding with Researchers and Participants in Online Research with Sensitive Populations - Michelle Lyttle Storrod

2. The Ethical Challenges of Researching Sexting with Children and Adolescents - Tsameret Ricon and Michal Dolev-Cohen

3. Responding Reflexively, Relationally and Reciprocally to Unequal Childhoods - Pallawi Sinha

4. Researching Children’s Experiences in a Conflict Zone and a Red-Light Area: Conducting Ethnographic Fieldwork in India and Kashmir - Ayushi Rawat

5. Capturing Narratives: Adopting a Reflexive Approach to Research with Disabled Young People - Marianna Stella and Allison Boggis

6. Youth Social Action: Shaping Communities, Driving Change - Katie Tyrrell

7. A New Panorama of Child Voice in the Child Protection Context - Samia Michail

8. A Bump on the Head in the Graveyard: Palimpsests of Death, Selves, Care and Touch - Sarah Coombs and Sarah Richards

9. Owning our Mistakes: Confessions of an Unethical Researcher - Heather Montgomery