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Methodological approaches

Author: Ruth Evans, (Lecturer in geography); Louise Holt; Tracey Skelton
Publisher: Singapore : Springer, 2017.
Series: Springer reference.; Geographies of children and young people, 2.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume presents the innovative methodologies, tools and techniques, as well as the challenges and ethical complexities of doing geographies of young people. Geographers of young people have reflected upon participation, power and how to approach young people, generating a vibrant and exciting methodological terrain, which this volume showcases. Understanding young people's lives has challenged researchers to be  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Evans, (Lecturer in geography); Louise Holt; Tracey Skelton
ISBN: 9789812870209 9812870202
OCLC Number: 984868983
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: PART 1: Methodological approaches 1 Critical Realism and Research Design and Analysis in Geographies of Children and Young People 2 Memory and Autoethnographic Methodologies in Children's Geographies: Recalling Past and Present Childhoods 3 Critical Pedagogy and the Risks Associated with Performing Lifeworlds 4 Critical Reflections on Participatory Dissemination: Coproducing Research Messages with Young People 5 Beyond Passive Participation: From Research on to Research by Children 6 Ethical Complexities of Mobile Interviews with Young People 7 Challenging Barriers to Participation: Doing Research with Migrant Children and Young People 8 Street Children as Researchers: Critical Reflections on a Participatory Methodological Process in the "Growing Up on the Streets" Research Project in Africa 9 Research with Children Seeking Asylum in Ireland: Reflecting on Silences and Hushed Voices 10 Interviewing Children at Home: Exploring the Use of Individual and Focus Group Interviews 11 Rights-Based Research with Children: Principles and Practice PART 2: Methods, tools and techniques 12 Participatory Video with Children and Young People 13 Participatory Research with Children and Young People: Using Visual, Creative, Diagram, and Written Techniques 14 Combining Multiple Qualitative Methods in Research on Young Disabled People in the Global South 15 Creative Visual Methods in Research with Children and Young People 16 International Innovative Methods for Engaging Young Children in Research 17 Focus Groups, Community Engagement, and Researching with Young People 18 Children's Drawings in Ethnographic Explorations: Analysis and Interpretations 19 Archival Fieldwork and Children's Geographies 20 Qualitative Longitudinal Research with Children and Young People
Series Title: Springer reference.; Geographies of children and young people, 2.
Responsibility: Ruth Evans, Louise Holt, editors ; Tracey Skelton, editor-in-chief.

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This multi-volume, major reference work serves as a comprehensive resource on children's and young people's geographies. It speaks to a wide audience, from geographers to sociologists, demographers  Read more...

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