Thursday, November 02, 8:30 am–10:00 am
This live event will not be recorded.
Sponsored by the Children's Folklore Section
Chair: Claiborne Rice (University of Louisiana, Lafayette)
This working session will provide an opportunity for people interested in children's folklore to contribute to completing a statement of ethics addressing issues related to interacting with children and families. A rough draft of the statement will be developed in the months before the meeting by section members. The draft will be circulated to participants before the conference. At the session we will work to finalize the statement so that it can be voted on by the children's folklore section, distributed to members, and posted to the Society's website as a resource for researchers interested in pursuing projects in children's folklore that involve interacting with children.