Kate Tilleczek

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NameKate Tilleczek
PositionFaculty Member
Emailktilleczek@upei.ca
Department(s)Education
Phone(902) 620-5127
BuildingDalton Hall 407
Websitehttp://www.upei.ca/education/kate-tilleczek

Kate Tilleczek

Biography

Professor, Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Young Lives in Global and Local Contexts

BA (Honours); BEd; MA; PhD

Dr. Kate Tilleczek has been studying the social and cultural contexts of children and youth for twenty years. Kate is interested in the intersections of communities, families, schools, mass media, and health care settings as they support or negate the well-being of modern young people. She studies the ways in which modern societies can marginalize their young and how such process are socially organized in culturally nested systems. Kate is also interested in describing how young people actively negotiate their pathways into adulthood. Using new approaches to child and youth research which are both developmentally-attuned and embedded in the arts, Kate attempts to provide nuanced examinations of the daily lives and struggles of the youngest members of modern society.


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Research Interests

  • Youth studies (Sociology of youth, youth cultures)
  • Childhood studies (Sociology of children, childhood cultures)
  • Sociology of education (critiques of public education)
  • Intersections of poverty, social class, mental health, culture, identities and education
  • Marginalization and engagement of youth
  • Transitions of children and youth
  • Qualitative methods
  • Social theory

Grants

Assessing Inovation in Child and Youth research processes
  • Research Development Initiatives
  • Social Sciences Humanities Research Council
Child and youth Development beyond age 6 transitions to adulthood
  • Research Syntheses Grant
  • Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services
Archive and Laboratory for Qualitative Innovations in Child and Youth Research
  • Canada Research Chairs Infrastructure Program
  • Canada Foundation for Innovation

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Youth, digital media and social inequality Tilleczek, Kate
Expectancies and mental models as determinants of adolescents' smoking decisionsHine, D.W.; Summers, C.; Tilleczek, K.; Lewco, J.
Fresh starts and false startsTilleczek, Kate ; Laflamme, Simon ; Ferguson, Bruce ; Edney, Dara Roth ; Girard, Mélanie ; Cudney, Dana ; Cardoso, Siobhan
Adjusting the rear view mirrorTilleczek, Kate C.
Fresh starts/false starts Tilleczek, Kate
Why do students drop out of high school?Tilleczek, Kate
A contemporary study with early school leaversTilleczek, Kate; Ferguson, Bruce ; Edney, Dara Roth ; Rummens, Anneke ; Boydell, Katherine ; Mueller, Michael
Policy activism with and for youth in transition through public educationTilleczek, Kate
Why leave school?Tilleczek, Kate; Ferguson, B.; Rummens, J.A.; Boydell, K.
Approaching youth studiesTilleczek, Kate
Measuring adolescent smoking expectancies by incorporating judgments about the expected time of occurrence of smoking outcomes.Hine, D.W. ; Tilleczek, K.; Lewko, J.; McKenzie-Richer, A.; Perreault, L.
Pursuit and persistence in science career pathwaysTilleczek, Kate
Early school leaversFerguson, Bruce; Tilleczek, Kate; Boydell, Katherine ; Rummens, Joanna Anneke
Crossing the river to secondary school Tilleczek, K.; Laflamme, S.; Ferguson, B.; Edney, D.R.; Girard, M.; Cudney, D.; Cardoso, S.
The illogic of youth driving cultureTilleczek, Kate C.
Evaluating continuing education for rural nurse practitionersTilleczek, K. C.; Liboiron-Grenier, L.; Pong, R. W.
A comparison of the mediational properties of four adolescent smoking expectancy measuresHine, D.W.; McKenzie-Richer, A.; Lewko, J.; Tilleczek, K.; Perreault, L.
Transitions and pathways from elementary to secondary schoolTilleczek, Kate; Ferguson, Bruce
Early Childhood Transitions and Critical PraxisTilleczek, Kate
Youth, Education, and MarginalityTilleczek, Kate; Ferguson, H. Bruce
Journeys in youth mental healthTilleczek, Kate; Lezeu, Katherine
Factors influencing the pursuit of health and science careers for Canadian adolescents in transition from school and workTilleczek, K.C.; Lewko, J.H.
Research in Comparative and International EducationTilleczek, K.; Loebach, J.
Narratives of youth literacyTilleczek, K.; Campbell, V.
On being poor at schoolTilleczek, K.
Humanities–infused praxis by, with, and for youthTilleczek, K.; Kinlock, K.
The failing health of children and youth in northern Ontario Tilleczek, K.
Marginalized youth in contemporary educational contextsFurlong, Andy; Ferguson, Bruce; Tilleczek, Kate
Young lives as edge work for educational practice [Guest Editorial]Tilleczek, Kate
Methodological considerations for the study of early school leavingMueller, M.; Tilleczek, K.; Rummens, J. A.; Boydell, K.
Understanding and addressing early schoool leaving among immigrant and refugee youthRummens, J. A.; Tilleczek, K.; Boydell, K.; Ferguson, B.
Rural youth and school culturesTilleczek, K.; Cudney, D.
A critical review of initiatives to redress youth school disengagementTilleczek, K.; Ferguson, B.; Roth Edney, D.; Rummens, J. A.; Boydell, K.
Reconsidering school disengagementTilleczek, K.; Ferguson, B.; Roth Edney, D.; Boydell, K.; Tilleczek, K.; Mueller, M.P.
Sociology for changing the worldMissing
Theorizing youthTilleczek, K.
A contemporary study with early school leaversTilleczek, K.; Ferguson, B.; Roth Edney, D.; Rummens, J.A.; Boydell, K.; Mueller, M.
How do youth leave school?Tilleczek, K.; Ferguson, B.; Rummens, J.A.; Boydell, K.
Family perspectives on pathways to mental health care for children and youth in rural communitiesBoydell, K.; Pong, R.; Volpe, T.; Tilleczek, K.
New directions for activist researchFrampton, C.; Kinsman, G.; Thompson, A.; Tilleczek, T.
Social movements/social researchFrampton, C.; Kinsman, G.; Thompson, A.; Tilleczek, T.
A comparison of the mediational properties of four adolescent smoking expectancy measuresHine, D.W.; McKenzie-Richer, A.; Lewko, J.H.; Tilleczek, K.; Perreault, L.
Measuring adolescent smoking expectancies by incorporating judgments about the expected time of occurrence of smoking outcomesHine, D.W.; Tilleczek, K.; Lewko, H.H.; McKenzie-Richer, A.; Perreault, L.
Full service schools and students at riskVolpe, R.; Tilleczek, K.
Images of children’s rightsVolpe, R.; Tilleczek, K.; Hurrell, P.
German and Australian youth employment services as forms of social supportVolpe, R.; Tilleczek, K.
Stability during change? Adolescent persistence in science career pathways during changing transitions from school to workTilleczek, K.; Lewko, J.H.
High school dropoutsFoster, S.; Tilleczek, K.; Hein, C.; Lewko, J.H.
Family perspectives on pathways to mental health care for children and youth in rural communities.Boydell, Katherine M.; Pong, Raymond; Volpe, Tiziana; Tilleczek, Kate; Wilson, Elizabeth; Lemieux, Sandy
Building bridgesTilleczek, Kate
Child and adolescent health in northern OntarioWard, Mary S.; Sahai, Vic S.; Tilleczek, Kate C.; Fearn, Jennifer L.
The meaning of smoking as health and social risk in adolescenceTilleczek, Kate C.; Hine, Donald W.
Innovations and issues in the delivery of continuing education to nurse practitioners in rural and northern communitiesPong, Raymond; Tilleczek, Kate; Caty, Suzanne
[Review of the book Qualitative research in action, edited by Tim May]Tilleczek, Kate
Technology's paradoxTilleczek, Kate; Srigley, Ron
Mental health and poverty in young livesTilleczek, Kate ; Ferguson, Moira ; Campbell, Valerie ; Lezeu, Katherine Elizabeth
Barriers to youth literacyTilleczek, Kate; Campbell, Valerie
The Republic and Apology as source texts for Rebel Without a CauseSrigley, Ron; Tilleczek, Kate

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Youth, digital media and social inequality - ir:793838714:49:06 2016-02-05
Expectancies and mental models as determinants of adolescents' smoking decisions - ir:604728002:56:09 2016-02-03
Fresh starts and false starts - ir:598333203:41:05 2016-02-05
Adjusting the rear view mirror - ir:597334000:23:28 2016-02-03
Fresh starts/false starts - ir:792424112:23:57 2016-02-03
Why do students drop out of high school? - ir:599635705:57:56 2016-01-30
A contemporary study with early school leavers - ir:596932304:56:13 2016-02-01
Policy activism with and for youth in transition through public education - ir:596535917:43:05 2016-02-03
Why leave school? - ir:601430315:00:57 2016-02-04
Approaching youth studies - ir:597934117:04:56 2016-02-05
Measuring adolescent smoking expectancies by incorporating judgments about the expected time of occurrence of smoking outcomes. - ir:602231121:12:53 2016-01-27
Pursuit and persistence in science career pathways - ir:605132403:45:46 2016-02-05
Early school leavers - ir:793026315:21:30 2016-02-02
Crossing the river to secondary school - ir:599231216:11:00 2016-02-05
The illogic of youth driving culture - ir:602836114:56:49 2016-02-03
Evaluating continuing education for rural nurse practitioners - ir:603527909:52:27 2016-02-03
A comparison of the mediational properties of four adolescent smoking expectancy measures - ir:603927303:58:27 2016-02-05
Transitions and pathways from elementary to secondary school - ir:601026714:41:09 2016-02-05
Early Childhood Transitions and Critical Praxis - ir:915918900:59:20 2016-02-02
Youth, Education, and Marginality - ir:1049123513:25:12 2016-02-03
Family perspectives on pathways to mental health care for children and youth in rural communities. - ir:10948803:47:52 2016-02-05
Building bridges - ir:15349403:52:11 2016-02-05
Child and adolescent health in northern Ontario - ir:19847315:44:58 2016-02-05
The meaning of smoking as health and social risk in adolescence - ir:15650215:22:48 2016-02-05
Innovations and issues in the delivery of continuing education to nurse practitioners in rural and northern communities - ir:19050321:30:34 2016-01-27
Journeys in youth mental health - ir:1196212719:35:15 2016-01-30
[Review of the book Qualitative research in action, edited by Tim May] - ir:19743315:43:29 2016-02-04
Factors influencing the pursuit of health and science careers for Canadian adolescents in transition from school and work - ir:604336514:43:45 2016-02-05
Disrupting the maestro - ir:1425422404:16:25 2016-02-04
Research in Comparative and International Education - ir:1154511915:27:01 2016-02-05
Narratives of youth literacy - ir:146472921:19:51 2016-01-27
On being poor at school - ir:146572003:38:36 2016-01-28
Humanities–infused praxis by, with, and for youth - ir:146622105:24:39 2016-02-05
The failing health of children and youth in northern Ontario - ir:146685313:26:29 2016-02-04
Marginalized youth in contemporary educational contexts - ir:598734302:55:04 2016-02-05
Young lives as edge work for educational practice [Guest Editorial] - ir:151622321:20:12 2016-01-27
Methodological considerations for the study of early school leaving - ir:151681621:20:15 2016-01-27
Understanding and addressing early schoool leaving among immigrant and refugee youth - ir:151691621:20:18 2016-01-27
Rural youth and school cultures - ir:151701421:20:20 2016-01-27
A critical review of initiatives to redress youth school disengagement - ir:151711621:20:23 2016-01-27
Reconsidering school disengagement - ir:151721921:20:25 2016-01-27
Sociology for changing the world - ir:151762021:20:29 2016-01-27
Theorizing youth - ir:151832121:20:32 2016-01-27
A contemporary study with early school leavers - ir:151882021:20:35 2016-01-27
How do youth leave school? - ir:151951915:33:37 2016-02-02
Family perspectives on pathways to mental health care for children and youth in rural communities - ir:152001910:10:59 2016-01-28
New directions for activist research - ir:152041621:20:44 2016-01-27
Social movements/social research - ir:152051521:20:46 2016-01-27
A comparison of the mediational properties of four adolescent smoking expectancy measures - ir:152101721:20:48 2016-01-27
Measuring adolescent smoking expectancies by incorporating judgments about the expected time of occurrence of smoking outcomes - ir:152151821:20:53 2016-01-27
Full service schools and students at risk - ir:152201421:20:56 2016-01-27
Images of children’s rights - ir:152301621:20:58 2016-01-27
German and Australian youth employment services as forms of social support - ir:152353621:21:00 2016-01-27
Stability during change? Adolescent persistence in science career pathways during changing transitions from school to work - ir:152403621:21:03 2016-01-27
High school dropouts - ir:152463521:21:05 2016-01-27
Technology's paradox - ir:794263314:48:12 2016-02-05
Mental health and poverty in young lives - ir:1004334803:33:54 2016-02-05
Schooling and practices of freedom of 'out' queer youth on Prince Edward Island - ir:1126914620:53:59 2016-02-05
Barriers to youth literacy - ir:733139201:52:06 2016-02-06
The lonely end of the pink - ir:1132012503:13:39 2016-02-06
The Republic and Apology as source texts for Rebel Without a Cause - ir:1463811122:09:04 2016-02-05