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Ethical and other considerations of research with\ud children – a proposed methodology.

By Neil Denby


The study to which this paper refers examines the collaboration between a group of PGCE\ud Business Education trainees at an HEI and a cohort of gifted and talented pupils at a local\ud secondary school, which takes place as part of the Excellence in Cities (EiC) approach to\ud encourage children into higher education.. The researcher sets out to explore the particular\ud ethical problems of research with children, particularly within the ethnographic context of the research. A method to militate against problems is proposed

Topics: L1
Publisher: Excellence in Cities
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:8858

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