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Angela Eckhoff

Participatory Research with Young Children

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ISBN: 978-3-030-19365-2
Reihe: Educating the Young Child
Verlag: Springer International Publishing
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XII, 206 Seiten, 1st ed. 2019, 2019
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

1;Preface;6
1.1;Structure of the Text;7
1.1.1;Part I: Conceptual and Ethical Considerations for Participatory Work;8
1.1.2;Part II: Exploring Children's Agency Through Engagement in Participatory Research Practices;9
1.1.3;Part III: Participatory Research and Challenges to Accepted Practices and Understandings of Young Children;10
1.1.4;Part IV: Analysis and Dissemination of Participatory Work with Children;10
1.2;Concluding Thoughts;11
1.3;Reference;11
2;Contents;12
3;Part I: Conceptual and Ethical Considerations for Participatory Work;14
3.1;Chapter 1: Participation Takes Many Forms: Exploring the Frameworks Surrounding Children's Engagement in Participatory Research;15
3.1.1;The Roots of Participatory Work;15
3.1.2;Frameworks Supporting Understandings of Children's Participatory Engagement;17
3.1.3;Understanding Children's Experience of Place: Out-of-School Learning;19
3.1.3.1;Research Perspectives;20
3.1.3.2;Methods of Data Collection;21
3.1.3.3;Participants;21
3.1.3.4;Methods of Data Analysis;23
3.1.3.5;Findings Overview;24
3.1.4;Problematizing Children's Participation;29
3.1.5;References;29
3.2;Chapter 2: Ethical Considerations in Participatory Research with Young Children;32
3.2.1;Introduction;32
3.2.2;Background to the Ethical Research Involving Children Project;33
3.2.3;Understanding Ethics in Research with Children;34
3.2.4;A Framework of Three Rs - Rights, Relationships and Reflexivity;35
3.2.5;Background to the Nature-Based Play Study;36
3.2.6;Ethical Research Design;37
3.2.6.1;In the Nature-Based Play Study;38
3.2.7;Ethical Recruitment and Informed Consent;40
3.2.7.1;In the Nature-Based Play Study;41
3.2.8;Ethical Research Practice in the Field;42
3.2.8.1;In the Nature-Based Play Study;42
3.2.9;Data Analysis and Dissemination;43
3.2.9.1;In the Nature-Based Play Study;45
3.2.10;Conclusion;46
3.2.11;References;47
3.3;Chapter 3: "You Have to Sign Here:" A Hermeneutic Reading of Young Children's Politeness Play;50
3.3.1;Introduction;50
3.3.1.1;The Visit;51
3.3.2;The Institutional Review Board;52
3.3.2.1;Participatory Research;53
3.3.3;Hermeneutics in Research;54
3.3.4;Research Design;56
3.3.4.1;Approaching Dixon's IRB Play Hermeneutically;59
3.3.5;Participatory Aspects of Assent and Consent;61
3.3.6;References;62
4;Part II: Exploring Children's Agency Through Engagement in Participatory Research Practices;63
4.1;Chapter 4: Participatory Research Interviewing Practices with Children;64
4.1.1;Introduction;64
4.1.2;Theoretical Beliefs;65
4.1.3;Ethical Values;67
4.1.4;Research Practices;69
4.1.4.1;Strategically Create a Safe, Interactive Interview Environment;69
4.1.4.2;Negotiate Power Respectfully;73
4.1.4.3;Two Specific Methods of Data Generation;74
4.1.4.4;Walk-Around;76
4.1.5;Conclusion;78
4.1.6;References;79
4.2;Chapter 5: When Students Generate Questions: Participatory-Based Reading Instruction in Elementary Classrooms;81
4.2.1;Introduction;81
4.2.2;Shifting Question Generation to Students: Participatory Research;82
4.2.3;Understanding the Research Base of Student-Generated Questions;83
4.2.3.1;Asking Questions Motivate Students;83
4.2.3.2;Asking Questions Promotes Academic Achievement;84
4.2.3.3;Asking Questions Promotes Comprehension;84
4.2.4;When Kindergartners Ask Questions;85
4.2.5;When First Graders Ask Questions;86
4.2.6;When Second Graders Ask Questions;89
4.2.7;When Third Graders Generate Questions;92
4.2.8;Concluding Thoughts;94
4.2.9;References;94
4.3;Chapter 6: "My Mom Said You Can't Use My Face, But My Voice Is Alright": Children As Active Agents in Research Utilizing Video Data;96
4.3.1;Introduction;96
4.3.1.1;Context;97
4.3.1.1.1;Negotiating Power;98
4.3.1.2;Video Data in Literacy Research;99
4.3.1.2.1;Methods and Data Analysis;100
4.3.1.3;Camera Ownership;101
4.3.1.4;Selective Positioning;103
4.3.1.5;Camera Avoidance;105
4.3.1.6;Discussion;106
4.3.2;Conclusion: Participatory Research, Video Data and Literacy Learning;10

Kurztext / Annotation

This book presents a guiding framework for designing and supporting participatory research with young children. The volume shares detailed approaches to research designs that support collaborative work with young children and teachers in a wide range of early learning environments. It presents conceptual and ethical considerations for participatory work, and explores children's agency through engagement in participatory practices. It examines challenges to accepted practices and understandings of young children, and discusses the analysis and dissemination of participatory work with children. In doing so, the book informs readers about the conceptual understandings and methodological approaches that can be used to support participatory research investigations where the young child is viewed as knowledgeable and capable of sharing unique opinions, interpretations, and understandings of her experiences as embedded within social, cultural, and political worlds. The book sets the stage for early childhood researchers and educators to develop new understandings grounded in post-developmental, critical, and social constructivist theories while exploring supportive methodological approaches.



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