Hello Dr. Ralph I have a question form the last work
Equity in research involving children participant is by large faced by the challenge of establishing a good rapport with the children. Psychologically, a childâ€™s response is influenced by the external environment (Fargas-Malet, McSherry, Larkin, & Robinson, 2010). The willingness of a child to respond to the research has to be cultivated by the researcher first. The issues interest me most as it is essential in carrying out research on children. The childâ€™s attitude towards the researcher has effects on his/her participation in the research. The researcher should have a friendly personality to help capture the childâ€™s interest in the research. For instance, if the researcher uses harsh language or demands information from the child can hurt the rapport.
I would agree but how I state this transcends as researcher/child relationship to all adult/child relationships?