Education: the research context: key studies and findings

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Hill
3 major differences between studying young people and adults: power and status, ability and understanding, and vulnerability
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Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act
Requires researchers to have Disclosure and Barring Service checks
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UNICEF, Barnado's, and the National Children's Bureau
Have developed special codes of practice for researching young people
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Goffman
Teachers are often highly skilled at 'impression management'
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Beynon and Atkinson
Gatekeepers such as heads often steer the researcher away from sensitive situations, such as classes where the teacher has poor classroom control
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Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act

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Requires researchers to have Disclosure and Barring Service checks

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UNICEF, Barnado's, and the National Children's Bureau

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Goffman

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Beynon and Atkinson

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