Participatory Research

Bibliographical resources

Cahill C, Farhana S and Pain R (2007) Participatory ethics: politics, practices, institutions. ACME 6, 3

Ellis, Carolyn. 2007. Telling secrets, revealing lies: relational ethics in research with intimate others. Qualitative Inquiry 13, 1, 3-29.

Fine, Michelle, Lois Weis, Susan Weseen and Loonmun Wong. 2000. For whom? Qualitative research, representations and social responsibilities. In Norman Denzin and Yvonne Lincoln (eds.) The Handbook of Qualitative Research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 107-132.

Halse, Christine and Honey, Anne. 2005. Unraveling ethics: illuminating the moral dilemmas of research ethics. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 30, 4, 2141-2162.

Israel, Mark, and Iain Hay. 2006. Research Ethics for Social Scientists: Between Ethical Conduct and Regulatory Compliance. London and Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Kindon, Sara and Alan Latham. 2002. From mitigation to negotiation: ethics and the geographical imagination in Aotearoa/New Zealand. New Zealand Geographer, 58, 2, 48-22.

Kirby, P. (2004) A Guide to Involving Young People as Researchers, Eastleigh: Involve , www.invo.org.uk

Lewis, V. Kellet, M. Robinson,C. Fraser, S. and Ding, S. (eds.) (2004) The Reality of Research with Children and Young People, London: Sage

Lewis, A. and Lindsay, G. (eds.) (2000) Researching Children’s Perspectives, Buckingham: Open University Press

Leadbeater, Bonnie, Elizabeth Banister, Cecilia Benoit, Mikael Jansson, Anne Marshall and Ted Riecken. 2006. Ethical Issues in Community Based Research with Children and Youth. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

McLaughlin, H. (2005) Young service users as co-researchers: methodological problems and possibilities; Qualitative Social Work, 4: (2) 211-228.

McLaughlin, H (2009) Involving Service Users in Health and Social Research, London: Sage.

McLaughlin, H. (2007) Ethical issues in the involvement of young service users in research, Ethics and Social Welfare, 1 (2).

McLaughlin, H. (2006) Involving Young Service Users as Co-researchers: Possibilities, benefits and costs, British Journal of Social Work, 36 (8) 1395-1410.

Manzo, Lynn and Nathan Brightbill. 2007. Towards a participatory ethics. In Sara Kindon, Rachel Pain and Mike Kesby. (eds) 2007. Connecting People, Participation and Place: Participatory Action Research Approaches and Methods. London: Routledge, pp. 33-40

Martin D (2007) Bureaucratization of Ethics: Institutional Review Boards and Participatory Research ACME 6, 3

Randstrom, R. and Deur, D. (1999) Reciprocal appropriation: towards an ethics of cross-cultural research. In Proctor, J. D. and Smith, D. M., editors, Geography and Ethics: Journeys in a Moral Terrain London: Routledge, 237-50.

Routledge, P. (2004) A relational ethics of struggle, in Fuller, D. and Kitchin, R., editors: Radical theory, critical praxis: making a difference beyond the academy? Praxis e-Press, 79-91

Sanderson, Eleanor and Sara Kindon. 2004. Progress in participatory development: opening up the possibility of knowledge through progressive participation. Progress in Development Studies 4, 2, 114-26.

Save the Children (2004) So You Want to Involve Children in Research: A Toolkit for Supporting Children’s Meaningful and Ethical Participation in Research Relating to Violence Against Children, Stockholm: Save the Children. This can also be downloaded at: www.savethechildren.net/alliance/resources/So_you_want_to_research_apr2004pdf

Smith, R. Monaghan, M. and Broad, B. (2002) ‘Involving Young People as Co-Researchers’, Qualitative Social Work, 1 (2) 191-207

Tuck, Eve in conversation with Michelle Fine. forthcoming. Inner angles: a range of ethical responses to/with indigenous and decolonizing theories. In Norman Denzin and Michael Giardina (eds.) Ethical Futures in Qualitative Research: Decolonizing the Politics of Knowledge. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, pp.145-168.

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