Child Protection and Disability: Ethical, methodological and practical challenges for research
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- 25 May 2017
- Dunedin Academic Press
- 141 pages - 138 x 216 x 8mm
- Protecting Children and Young People
What are the child protection concerns for children with disabilities? What are their views about the child protection system? How can we measure if we have made a difference in ending violence against children? These questions and others are at the forefront of policy, practice and research debates internationally. This book explores the ethical, methodological, and practical challenges in conducting child protection research with deaf and disabled children and young people. This volume draws upon research examples and of how to translate that research into policy and practice. It is written by international specialists in the fields of both child protection and disability. As with other titles in this series the book is written for postgraduate students and academics from a range of disciplines, particularly in child protection, health, social care and education.
Acknowledgements. Glossary of Abbreviations. Author Biographies. Foreword. Introduction. Chapter 1: Violence against children with disabilities: Evidence from around the world; Chapter 2: Using data to make violence against children with disabilities visible: An overview of data sources, methodological challenges and ethical considerations; Chapter 3: Making informed consent accessible and engaging for children with disabilities; Chapter 4: The challenges and promising practices for researching violence against children with disabilities: Case studies from around the world. Chapter 5: Ethical and child protection recommendations for researching, documenting and monitoring violence against children with disabilities; Chapter 6: Conclusion. Appendix: Case studies. References. Index.
Dr Deborah Fry is a Lecturer in Child Protection and co-leads the Safe Inclusive Schools Network at the University of Edinburgh, Moray House School of Education. Dr Patricia Lannen is the UBS Optimus Foundation’s program director for child protection and has been involved in research on vulnerable children for fifteen years. Dr Jennifer Vanderminden is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Dr Audrey Cameron worked as a Research Fellow in Child Protection(Disabilities) at the University of Edinburgh (2013–15) and is a very active member of the Deaf community. Tabitha Casey is Project Manager for the Safe Inclusive Schools Network at the University of Edinburgh, Moray House School of Education.