Jones, Adele (2007) Child-centred methodology: a means to understanding children's experiences of family separation through migration: the case of Trinidad and Tobago. In: Focus on Children in Migration from a European Research and Method Perspective: a European Conference, 20th - 21st March 2007, Warsaw, Poland.

This paper reflects on the application of child-centred research in a study of children who were
separated from their parents because of migration. Although set in Trinidad and Tobago, the findings and methodology are more widely applicable. Child-centred research methodology is
defined as research that:

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