Studying pre-adolescents: An autoethnographic account of a Parent-as-Researcher

This article advances the methodological perspective toward studying children, articulating parent- as-researcher (PAR) and children as co-researchers to generate high levels of novel discovery, especially in sensitive subjects related to this vulnerable group.


This paper argues for more participatory, qualitative research when studying children's consumption to overcome power imbalances during the research process and deeply access children's experiences (Spyrou, 2011). It introduces the parent-as-researcher...

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