Useful examples. Suitable for a range of disciplines
This is a well written book that examines the issues when researching with children.
This might seem an odd thing to say but a strength of this book is that it is not a step-by-step guide to doing research with children. Instead, it is an indispensible collection of readings that serves well both the beginning and the experienced researcher. Key themes are addressed that give a reader much pause for thought and reflection. This is undoubtedly helped because the chapters are uniformally well-written and accessible. So, an overall strength is that this book is complementary to any work that provides more of a step-by-step approach.
Excellent book with many useful chapters. Suitable for undergraduates on research modules.
Useful presentation of the legal and ethical consideration in research involving young people and children. Will be recommending to undergraduate students.
I really liked this book. It is clearly organised and covers all the salient topics the be considered when carrying out research with children. This will be very useful for Post Graduate Students.
I reviewed the book and think it presents some very salient points for students who want to research children and young people. Therefore I will be recommending it to students (BA and MA) who I shall be supervising.