Series Editor Introduction. Acknowledgements. Introduction 1. Formal Frameworks as Resources for Ethical Youth Research, Kitty te Riele Power and Agency 2. Conducting Research with Young People in the Global South, Ruth Jeanes and Tess Kay 3. When things Go Wrong: A Reflection on Students as Youth Researchers, Judith Bessant, Michael Emslie and Rob Watts 4. Walking the Talk: Youth Research in Hard Times, Lucas Walsh, Rosalyn Black and Naomi Berman 5. Authentic Representations? Ethical Quandaries in Participatory Filmmaking with Young People, Alicia Blum-Ross Protection and Harm Prevention 6. Negotiating Access and Preventing Risk in Youth Domestic Labour Research in Ghana, Peace Mamle Tetteh 7. Knowledge without Harm? When Follow-up Services are Not Readily Available, Monica Ruiz-Casares 8. Young People and Sensitive Information: Managing Protection and Dignity, Sofia Marques da Silva 9. The Possibility of Symbolic Violence in Interviews with Young People Experiencing Homelessness, David Farrugia Trust and Respect 10. The death of a Participant: Moral Obligation, Consent and Care in Qualitative Longitudinal Research, Rosalind Edwards and Susie Weller 11. Research with Young People on Female Circumcision: Negotiating Cultural Sensitivity, Law and Transparency, Mona-Iren Hauge 12. Negotiating the Ethical Borders of Visual Research with young people, Bronwyn Wood and Joanna Kidman 13. Researching Young People's Online Spaces, Kirsty Young Conclusion 14. Ethical Challenges of Youth Research: Themes and Issues, Rachel Brooks Endnotes. Notes on Contributors. Index
Kitty te Riele is Principal Research Fellow in the Victoria Institute for Education, Diversity and Lifelong Learning at Victoria University, Australia. Rachel Brooks is Professor of Sociology at the University of Surrey, UK.
"This is an interesting and engaging book. ... The book is a very useful text which other researchers will learn from. The empirical chapters could be used by educators to present an outline of one of the studies, and ask student researchers to explore some of the potential ethical conflicts and solutions." -Qualitative Research