In “Doing mental health research with children and adolescents. A Guide to qualitative Methods” (2014), Michell O’Really and Nicola Parker present a highly practical guide to conduct qualitative research with children what extremely easy to follow. The authors show a research process step-by-step with special attention to communicative, ethical and legal issues. The guide is provided by overview of the theories, the importance of research for evidence construction, and most popular qualitative data collection and analysis techniques. In the last chapter, authors discover the successful practice of knowledge dissemination.
Qualitative Research, Childhood Studies, Mental Health Research, Data Collection and Analysis Techniques
I would like to acknowledge Liza Polukhina at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow for her motivated consultation and inspired atmosphere.
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Savinskaya, O. (2016). One More Step in Childhood Research Discovery. A Review of Doing Mental Health Research with Children and Adolescents. A Guide to Qualitative Methods. The Qualitative Report, 21(1), 68-70. Retrieved from http://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol21/iss1/6