This chapter outlines the overall approach to the exploration of children's participation in family law disputes for this book, and the way in which this research was conducted. It also explores some of the practical and ethical issues about doing research in this area, particularly with children. There are three main elements to the approach: it is interdisciplinary; it is mixed method (using both quantitative and qualitative data); and it draws upon the multiple perspectives of children, parents, mediators, lawyers, and judges.
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