In Research with children: Theory & practice, Michelle O’Reilly, Pablo Ronzoni and Nisha Dogra engage the readers in navigating the successes and hurdles of researching with diverse children. The book, which is meant for “researchers who are new to research with children” presents engaging descriptions on how to link in culturally sensitive ways the overall research process involving the lives and social situations of children who are participants in qualitative and quantitative research projects. Furthermore, the book balances the theory and practice of research with children through the activities used and the practical examples provided, some of which are drawn from the authors’ own work
Research with Children, Vulnerable Research Participants, Culture and the Research Process, Novice Researchers
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Jankie, D. (2014). Researching Children's Lives and Social Situations with Respect and Integrity. The Qualitative Report, 19(7), 1-2. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol19/iss7/3