• Children’s strategies to handle cancer: A video ethnography on imaginal coping (Camilla Rindstedt)
  • Childrens' perspective on habilitation, school and leisure time, The Disasbility and Handicap Research Group (Inger Bernehäll Claesson)
  • Childrens' thoughts about support in daily life (Ingrid Olsson)
  • Children´s voices in health care A video etnography of health routines and daily interaction at an oncology unit in Sweden (Camilla Rindstedt)
  • Computer gaming as aesthetic practices and informal learning (Karin Aronsson & collaborators)
  • Computers and ICT as communication devices and play tools for children with multiple disabilities, The Disasbility and Handicap Research Group
  • Conductive education for children with motor disabilities, The Disasbility and Handicap Research Group
  • Empowerment and persons with mental retardation, The Disasbility and Handicap Research Group
  • Handicapped children as alleged witnesses (Ann-Christin Cederborg)
  • ICT for special educators, The Disasbility and Handicap Research Group
  • Inclusion of children with deafness and intellectual disability in special schools, The Disasbility and Handicap Research Group
  • Parental support when the child has an intellectual disability, The Disasbility and Handicap Research Group
  • Quichua Children and Language Shift in an Andean Community: School, Play and Sibling Caretaking (Camilla Rindstedt)
  • “The constructed scout” – children, youth and leaders in the Swedish Scout and Guide movement (Anna Westberg Broström)
  • The Disasbility and Handicap Research Group
  • The Family Support Project (FAS), The Disasbility and Handicap Research Group (Jane Brodin & Inger Bernehäll Claesson)
  • Unruly boys? Public and local narratives about disruptive boys at school (Rickard Jonsson)
  • Vulnerable children and their health (Ann-Christin Cederborg)