État de publication: Publiée (2014 )
Nom de la revue: Canadian Journal of Education
Intervalle de pages: 233-257
Résumé: Young people's voices are frequently overlooked in discussions about education development and policy. This article draws on an ongoing participatory action research project (2011-2014) in Nunavik on student resilience and school perseverance. It examines ethical issues that have arisen during the research process, and highlights the strengths and limitations of tools and technology used to engage students and make their voices heard.
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