Engaging children in research on sensitive issues: a literature review

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Noble-Carr, Debbie. (2006) Engaging children in research on sensitive issues: a literature review Dickson, ACT: Australian Catholic University.
AuthorsNoble-Carr, Debbie
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It is now widely accepted that children should be actively involved in any research project that seeks to understand and respond appropriately to children's unique perspectives and experiences. The challenge that lies ahead for those researchers committed to hearing children's voices, is how to do this in a way that is both effective and ethical...

Year2006
PublisherAustralian Catholic University
Place of publicationDickson, ACT
Web address (URL)http://www.acu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/466585/Engaging_Children_LitReview_Website.pdf
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Research GroupInstitute of Child Protection Studies
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