So round the spiral again: a reflective participatory research project with children and young people

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O'Brien, Niamh; Moules, Tina;

Historically the voices of children in research have been silent. They are often seen as victims or beneficiaries of research rather than co-researchers or partners. This is beginning to change with rowing awareness that involving children in the design, delivery and ev... View more
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