Researching Children and Youth: Methodological Issues, Strategies, and Innovations
Ingrid E. Castro, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Melissa Swauger, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Brent D. Harger, Gettysburg College
Researching Children and Youth: Methodological Issues, Strategies, and Innovations, part of the Sociological Studies of Children and Youth series, seeks to fill a void in current publications directly addressing the problems and pitfalls that often accompany researching children and youth in today s society. Sociologists face increasingly limited access to children and youth given their vulnerable status, growing requirements from Institutional Review Boards, and more restricted access from organizations and educational institutions. As a result, researchers must be creative in the pursuit of researching kids and teens. Chapters in this volume address such topics as participatory and feminist ethnographic approaches, digital mining, children s agency, and navigating IRBs. The importance of contextualizing sociological research with children with special consideration of space, location, and identity thematically runs throughout all of the contributions to this volume.
Emerald Group Publishing
Bingley, United Kingdom
children, youth, feminist ethnography, digital mining, childrens' agency, IRBs, space and location, identity
Education | Place and Environment | Quantitative, Qualitative, Comparative, and Historical Methodologies | Sociology | Theory, Knowledge and Science
Castro, Ingrid E., Melissa Swauger, and Brent Harger, eds. Researching Children and Youth: Methodological Issues, Strategies, and Innovations. (Sociological Studies of Children and Youth, Volume 22). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
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