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2020 | nr 74 Chosen Problems in the Process of Building Social Relations | 75--93
Tytuł artykułu

The Participation of Children in Social Research. Introduction to the Issue

Warianty tytułu
Partycypacja dzieci w badaniach społecznych wprowadzenie do zagadnienia
Języki publikacji
EN
Abstrakty
Perspektywa childhood studies istnieje w nauce od lat 90. Obecnie uznawana jest za paradygmat. Artykuł dotyczy jednego z założeń tej orientacji teoretycznej - partycypacji dzieci w badaniach. Analiza pojęcia uwzględnia zarówno pozytywne, jak i krytyczne głosy pojawiające się w literaturze przedmiotu. Tekst zawiera analizę głównych założeń childhood studies oraz ich powiązania z partycypacyjnym podejściem do badań. Ponadto prezentuje rodzaje partycypacyjnych badań z dziećmi z uwzględnieniem stopnia uczestnictwa. Artykuł zawiera liczne przykłady zarówno przeprowadzonych badań, jak i konkretnych technik.(abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
The perspective of childhood studies has existed in science since the 1990s. Currently, it is considered as a paradigm. The article concerns one of the assumptions of this theoretical orientation - the participation of children in research. The analysis of the concept includes both positive and critical stances expressed in the subject literature. The text contains an analysis of the main assumptions of childhood studies and their relationship to the participatory approach to research. Moreover, it presents types of participatory research with children, considering the degree of their participation. The article refers to numerous examples of both research and specific techniques applied.(original abstract)
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  • University of Warsaw, Poland
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