Research Ethics and Digitising Early Childhood (Chapter 24 in Young Children’s Rights in a Digital World: Play, Design and Practice).
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Dobson, Madeleine. Murcia, Karen. Gifkins, Kim. Holloway, Donell.
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This chapter explores potential pragmatic anchors for ethical decision-making in research on digital technologies in lives of young children, and analyzes vignettes through the Digital Child Ethical Research Framework. Topics include: negotiation of young children’s informed consent, their participation in digital data collection, respecting children’s rights, honoring their voices in research, data security, and managing anonymity when dissemination visual data. 17 references.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY; CHILDRENS RIGHTS; RIGHTS OF MINORS; SOCIAL MEDIA; INTERNET; INTERNATIONAL CONCERN FOR CHILDREN; RESEARCH METHODOLOGY