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- DescriptionThis book focuses on doing ethical research with children in today's climate of increased globalization, surveillance and awareness of children as competent research participants. It covers a range of conceptual, methodological and procedural issues, and provides a framework for doing ethical research with children.
- Author BiographyDr Ann Farrell (Editor) is Senior Lecturer in the School of Early Childhood, Faculty Research Ethics Adviser and member of the University Human Research Ethics Committee at Queensland University of Technology. She publishes extensively from her international research with children and families in the criminal justice system. She leads two research projects funded by the Australian Research Council on children's decision making and social capital. Lesley Abbott is Professor of Early Childhood Education in the Institute of Education at the Manchester Metropolitan University. She is director of the government project Birth to Three Matters, a framework to support children in their earliest years. Her publications include 'Working with under threes. Training and professional development' and 'Responding to children's needs' with Helen Moylett. She co-edited with Gillian Pugh 'Training to work in the early years' and directs the Birth to Three Training Matters Project funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation. Priscilla Alderson is Professor of Childhood Studies in the Institute of Education, the University of London. She has extensive experience as a theorist, researcher and author in the field of research ethics with children. Her wide range of publications includes 'Learning and inclusion', 'Children's consent to surgery' and 'Institutional rites and rights: A century of childhood'. Gary Allen is Manager of Research Ethics at Griffith University, Australia. He was appointed by Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council to review and reform ethical clearance processes covering a range of human research disciplines. Gary has collaborated with experts in research ethics in Australia, the UK, Canada, the United States and New Zealand. Ceris Anderson has worked as a Research and Forward Planning Officer for the Leisure Department of a large local authority in London and also a consultant and now Research Manager for PMP, the UK's largest sport and leisure consultancy practice. Ceris has undertaken a wide range of quantitative and qualitative studies with children and young people, many exploring their views about play and leisure activities. Jessica Ball is Professor in the School of Child and Youth Care at the University of Victoria, Canada. Professor Ball has worked extensively in South East Asia and Africa as a consultant to community service agencies and government ministries in education, health, and social services. Jessica is Co-Coordinator of First Nations Partnership Programs based at the University of Victoria. Her work has broken new ground in the incorporation of indigenous knowledge into our understandings of how to protect and promote child well being, while sustaining culture, traditional languages, and community social structures. Monica Cuskelly is Senior Lecturer in the School of Education, the University of Queensland. She publishes widely in the area of disability. Susan Danby is Senior Lecturer and Key Researcher in the Centre for Innovation in Education at Queensland University of Technology. She is Coordinator of the Doctor of Education program at QUT, the largest provider of doctoral programs in Australia. She publishes ethnomethodological research into children's everyday experiences. Tricia David is Emeritus Professor of Education at Canterbury Christ Church University College. She has been an academic at was a Canterbury Christ Church University College and Warwick University. Her publications include fifteen books (single authored or edited by her) and around one hundred journal articles and chapters in books. Tricia is known internationally for her work with l'Organisation Mondiale pour l'Education Prescolaire (OMEP) and the OECD. Ann Langston is Project Manager for the Birth to Three Training Matters Project with the DfES and Manchester Metropolitan University. She has worked as an Early Years Adviser and managed an Early Years Childcare and Development Partnership. With a bac
- Author(s)Ann Farrell
- PublisherOpen University Press
- Date of Publication01/11/2005
- GenreEducation & Teaching
- Series TitleUK Higher Education OUP Humanities & Social Sciences Education OUP
- Place of PublicationMilton Keynes
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintOpen University Press
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight338 g
- Width61 mm
- Height91 mm
- Spine4 mm
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