Hear our voice: social, cultural and contextual considerations in researching with young and developmentally young children

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    Abstract

    Researching with young and developmentally young children offers opportunities and challenges for researchers in relation to issues concerning competency, understanding, vulnerability, power relationships and the role of various gatekeepers. The ethics of gaining consent and ensuring that children understand what is being asked of them requires a balance between preventing harm and ensuring adequate protection whilst at the same time ensuring all children have the opportunity to be included and have their voice heard. This article will discuss the social, cultural and contextual aspects of consent and understanding for including young and developmentally young children in research.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalResearch Intelligence
    Volume136
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 13 Jul 2018

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