Introduction The context for social research with children and young people Involving children and young people in research Ethical considerations Designing appropriate methods for children and young people Conclusions
Dr Louca-Mai Brady is a Research Associate at Kingston University and St George's Joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education and an independent research consultant. She has a long career in research with children and young people and her research interests include health and social care, disability and participative research methods. Berni Graham is a research consultant and trainer, with over 40 years' experience in the UK public and not-for-profit sector. Berni's lengthy research career spans health, social care, disability and welfare issues. She is a co-author for the Social Research Association's revised ethical guidelines for social researchers.
"An excellent, up-to-date resource with practical suggestions for designing research and overcoming ethical challenges to enable children and young people to participate in research and have their voice heard." Emily Tanner, NatCen Social Research