Involving children and young people in the development of art-based research tools
Jane Coad Senior research fellow, University of the West of England, Centre for Child and Adolescent Health, Bristol, UK
Gill Plumridge Research associate, School of Health Sciences, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Alison Metcalfe Senior research fellow, School of Health Sciences, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Jane Coad, Gill Plumridge and Alison Metcalfe explain how they developed some art-based data collection tools
In this article, the authors describe how they worked with children and young people to develop art-based techniques and activities for use in a study exploring family communication about genetic conditions. It highlights key methodological issues about children and young people’s participation in research, the concept of what constitutes an art-based activity and how this was applied to developing art-based data collection tools.
16, 4, 56-64.
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