The Second Edition of Doing Research with Children is a welcome development of this key textbook for a growing market. The book continues to provide a comprehensive and practical introduction to undertaking a research project with children, and now accommodates and accounts for many of the changes that have taken place in research practice and in discussions about research with children in recent years. Specifically, this new edition provides: - Extended guidance on research ethics - Attention to views of children as active research participants rather than as passive subjects of research - Expanded pedagogy: chapter summaries, practical exercises, contextualising cases and features - Details of the many changes in the law that have changed the nature of the researcher's relationship to children and to storing and transmitting information about children. Divided into three sections, the first introduces the main theories and approaches in doing research with children. In the second part, the different frameworks and techniques for conducting both qualitative and quantitative research with children are outlined. The final section develops an important underlying theme of the book - the unique nature of children as research subjects - by introducing special ethical issues raised in research with children.