05 SES 10, From Babyhood To Youth: Research Methodology and Children’ Participation
Symposium<br /> Joint Session with NW 07 and 19
This paper reports on a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada funded meta-synthesis project relating to international advances in youth research process. The goals of the project are: a) to collect, synthesize and critically assess literatures across the social sciences and humanities relating to current research processes with, for and by youth, b) to compile a compendium of advances in research processes, and c) to conduct critical reflexive interviews of international key informants. We defined innovative research as that which is emergent, creative, interdisciplinary, developmentally appropriate, rigorous, and effective. We will present our analysis of international advances as assessed across multiple elements of the research process (question posing, methodology, theory, methods, ethics, analysis and reporting/mobilizing of new knowledge. We present highlights on a country by county basis of that which was emergent, creative, interdisciplinary, developmentally appropriate, rigorous and effective. The paper provides examples, lessons, paradoxes, dilemmas and directions that arose in our analytical work. We address them in relation to our emerging research in the field of education and youth studies with a focus on public educational contexts and digital youth cultures.
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