Law in Children’s Lives: Secondary analysis
July 6, 2016
This project undertakes secondary analysis of data gathered as part of the research project “Law in Children’s Lives” which used a tablet based game to explore the legal understanding of children aged 8-11 years.
This project follows on from an 18 month study, Law in Children’s Lives (LICL) funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) under its transformative research grant scheme. In this study we worked with children to develop a tablet-based game, Adventures with Lex which we then used as a research tool to assess the legal understanding of children aged 8-11 years and to find out in particular how far, if at all, these children perceive themselves to be empowered by law in their everyday lives.
|Increase Public Understanding
||Advance High Quality Thinking
||Increase Access to Employment
|Implications of Brexit
||Legal Needs in Healthcare Settings
||Influence the Online Court
|Develop Robust Evidence Base
|Understand Role of Technology
|Law Reform, Policy and Regulation
|Communications to Disseminate Learning