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In this study, the primary purpose is to analyse early childhood children's and their parents’ perceptions towards ‘children's participation rights. Accordingly, this study applies a phenomenology model pattern which is one of the qualitative research approaches. Fifteen children between 48 and 72 months and one of the parents (mother or father) participated in this study. The semi-structured interview technique was selected to collect data. Content analysis was applied to analyse the data, and specific codes and themes were created. The findings obtained from data analysis were discussed with the participation ladder proposed by Roger Hart.
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This page is a summary of: The perceptions of early childhood children and parents towards children's participation rights: ‘Yes, I and I Disagree!’, Children & Society, November 2021, Wiley, DOI: 10.1111/chso.12520.
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