Publication Date

2015

Abstract

This chapter draws from the authors’ independent experiences of two research projects1 with Australian children whose parents had experienced incarceration.2 The chapter is grounded in a discussion of current thinking and prevailing methodological approaches to research with children. Current approaches to research with children of imprisoned parents are critiqued and examined in relation to current suggested practices.

School/Institute

Institute of Child Protection Studies

Document Type

Book Chapter

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ERA Access

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