Ethical Guide to Research in Early Childhood Settings

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Ethical Guide to Research: Planning, Undertaking and Disseminating Research in Early Childhood Settings. By Joy Cullen, Helen Hedges and Jane Bone. First Published in the NZRECE Journal, Volume 12, pp. 109-118. This statement is intended to guide academic researchers, teachers, […]
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