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Citation

Wall MA, Jenney A, Walsh M. Child Abuse Negl. 2018; 85: 202-208.

Affiliation

Manager Research Evaluation & Systems, Child Development Institute, 197 Euclid Ave., Toronto, Ontario M6J 2J8, Canada. Electronic address: mwalsh@childdevelop.ca.

Copyright

(Copyright © 2018, Elsevier Publishing)

DOI

10.1016/j.chiabu.2018.01.007

PMID

29366597

Abstract

Research and program evaluation processes that engage children and youth are becoming much more common due to influences from children's rights and the acknowledgement that children have the capacity to contribute to research, both as participants and co-researchers (Roberts, 2017). Recent technological advances in the form of tablet and internet-based applications have provided researchers with additional methodological tools to better capture the voices and experiences of children and their caregivers (Livingstone & Blum-Ross, 2017). However, little has been written on the ways in which these new technological advances can improve research experiences for children who have been exposed to intimate partner and family violence, as well as other forms of traumatic experiences. This paper provides a review of current literature and a case study example of how one children's mental health agency has implemented tablet-based data collection procedures.

Copyright © 2018. Published by Elsevier Ltd.


Language: en

Keywords

Child experiences; Children’s mental health; Ethics; Program evaluation; Research methodology; Technology

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