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By Sarah Richards, Jessica Clark, Allison Boggis

An expanding curiosity in kid's lives has proven the moral and useful limits of analysis. instead of making difficult moral judgements, obvious researchers are inclined to gloss over tales that don't healthy with sanitized narratives. This booklet goals to fill this hole through making particular the lived reviews of analysis with kids.

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The consequence of this is that they play a part in the social construction of personhood and to feelings of belonging and legitimacy (Monaghan et al. 2012). Researchers are subject to demands of including third parties, questions about their competencies and 24 Ethical Research with Children characteristics, and find themselves stressfully caught between alternative and competing agendas of various RECs and institutions. 9) describe as ‘crying in the dark’. The costs of such interactions, Monaghan et al.

It is well documented that children in institutional settings such as schools may feel pressure to consent to participate in research whether this is to be seen as cooperative by those in powerful positions, ‘pleasing’ a teacher or following school rules by being polite to visitors (Heath et al. 2007). Indeed, high response rates achieved in school-based research is argued by some to be rooted in this hidden pressure (Denscombe and Aubrook 1992). David et al. (2001) discuss the information sessions they provided to the young people who would potentially participate in their research.

For example, respondents often asked questions about Sarah’s own adoption experiences having shared theirs in the interviews. Oakley (1981) refers to these situations as, when ‘questions are asked back’. Maintaining good and guest relations within a semi-structured interview made it awkward at times not to contribute stories upon request and risk damaging the rapport needed for effective data collection. Examples of such self-disclosures are provided in Chapter 5 on category entitlement in this volume.

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