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Who chooses what I need? Child voice and user-involvement in the development of learning technologies for children with autism

The ethical imperative of including and valuing ‘child voice’ in research Since the publication of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC, 1989) there has been a [...]

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Digital technologies for supporting the informed consent of children and young people in research: the potential for transforming current research ethics practice

Informed consent with children and young people Informed consent in research is one of the fundamental principles of good ethical practice for researchers across all disciplines. The ESRC’s [...]

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Taking a historical website into the present: user interaction with Hidden Lives Revealed

Background and stakeholders The ‘Hidden Lives Revealed’ website presents information about the work of the Children’s Society (then the ‘Waifs and Strays’ Society’ and hereafter referred to as [...]

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The Wicked Problem of Undertaking Responsible and Ethical Research in Multidisciplinary and Geographically Diverse Teams

1. Introduction to Wicked Problems Many technology design projects are “wicked problems”. Wicked problems are difficult or impossible to solve problems that are typically ill-formulated and [...]

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The ABCD approach to working ethically with children in ICT research and development

Technologies Involved The design study described in here was concerned with the presentation of a serious game for children on networked tablet technologies. The technologies that ultimately [...]