Book Review

The Right to be Properly Researched: How to do Rights-based, Scientific Research with Children

Citation

Punch S (2012) The Right to be Properly Researched: How to do Rights-based, Scientific Research with Children. Review of: Judith Ennew, with Tatek Abebe, Rattana Bangyai, Parichart Karapituck, Anne Trine Kjørholt, Thanakorn Noonsup, with additional material from Harriot Beazley, Sharon Bessell, Patima Daengchart-Kushanoglu and Roxana Waterson (2010) The Right to be Properly Researched: How to do Rights-based, Scientific Research with Children, Bangkok: Knowing Children. (Boxed set of 10 paperback manuals) ISBN 9786167333007.. Childhood, 19 (1), pp. 145-147. https://doi.org/10.1177/0907568211426055

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Output Type: Book Review

Journal
Childhood: Volume 19, Issue 1

StatusPublished
Publication date29/02/2012
PublisherSAGE
ISSN0907-5682
Item discussedJudith Ennew, with Tatek Abebe, Rattana Bangyai, Parichart Karapituck, Anne Trine Kjørholt, Thanakorn Noonsup, with additional material from Harriot Beazley, Sharon Bessell, Patima Daengchart-Kushanoglu and Roxana Waterson (2010) The Right to be Properly Researched: How to do Rights-based, Scientific Research with Children, Bangkok: Knowing Children. (Boxed set of 10 paperback manuals) ISBN 9786167333007.