Title: 'Gathering data online: practical and ethical considerations - Children and Youth in Research'
Date: Wednesday 7th November 2018
Time: 1.30pm -4pm
Room: To be confirmed by email to you before the event.
Led by: Elspeth Robson, Senior Lecturer, Geography and Kerrie Lee, Lecturer in Education, University of Hull.
'Gathering data online: practical and ethical considerations - Children and Youth in Research'
Navigating the ethical standards and legislative responsibility associated with research involving children and young people.
Children and young people are involved in a vast range of research projects – clinical, education, psychological, anthropological, among others. Navigating the ethical standards and legislative responsibility associated with the type of research activity can often be difficult and challenging. This workshop aims to explore some of these challenges with guidance from our experts in working with children and young people in research. The session will consist of brief presentations in combination with case study examples, finishing off with a question and answer panel discussion. If you are working with children or young people in any aspect of your research, join us in this session to understand these challenges and explore how we might address them. The session will be of particular interest to research staff, research support staff and postgraduate research supervisors. Led by: Elsbeth Robson, Senior Lecturer, Geography; and Kerrie Lee, Lecturer in Education.
This session is being run by the University’s Research and Innovation Team and is open to research staff and research students.
With kind regards
The Graduate School