'The precise way in which the authors take the reader through the processes of doing research is helpful to anyone embarking on research with children, so EPs in training, who have chosen children as their subjects for research, would find this book helpful. Practising EPs are recommended to borrow a copy from their localu University library when considering a child-centered research project' - Educational Psychology
This book provides a comprehensive and practical introduction to undertaking a research project with children.
Divided into three sections, the first introduces the main theories and approaches in doing research with children. In the second part, the different frameworks and techn
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Table of Contents
PART ONE: THE SPECIAL NATURE OF CHILDREN IN RESEARCH - THEORIES AND APPROACHES Introduction to Research and Children A Special Relationship Theory for Research and Practice with Children Theoretical Frameworks PART TWO: DOING RESEARCH WITH CHILDREN - REVIEWING,DESIGNING AND CONDUCTING RESEARCH WITH CHILDREN Evaluating Research on Children Designing and Doing Research with Children The Importance of Questions Classic Methods for Doing Research with Children Special Techniques for Doing Research with Children PART THREE: SPECIAL ISSUES Ethics in Researching Children Themes and Perspectives