Kate Tilleczek

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

Kate Tilleczek

Biography

Title: Associate Professor, Canada Research Chair (Child/Youth Cultures and Transitions)

Education: BA (Honours); BEd; MA; PhD


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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

Other Scholars in Education

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TitleAuthor(s)
Factors influencing the pursuit of health and science careers for Canadian adolescents in transition from school and workTilleczek, K.C.; Lewko, J.H.
Marginalized youth in contemporary educational contexts: Furlong, Andy; Ferguson, Bruce; Tilleczek, Kate
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.
Family perspectives on pathways to mental health care for children and youth in rural communities Boydell, K.M. ; Pong, R.; Volpe, T.; Tilleczek, K.; Wilson, E. ; Lemieux, S.
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
Research in Comparative and International EducationTilleczek, K.; Loebach, J.
Journeys in youth mental healthTilleczek, Kate; Lezeu, Katherine
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
Qualitative research in actionTilleczek, Kate (REVIEWER); May, Tim (EDITOR)
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
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

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TitleTimes viewedLast viewed
Factors influencing the pursuit of health and science careers for Canadian adolescents in transition from school and work - ir:604328414:42:28 2015-05-18
Marginalized youth in contemporary educational contexts: - ir:598726602:50:04 2015-05-21
Youth, digital media and social inequality - ir:793828122:56:44 2015-05-19
Expectancies and mental models as determinants of adolescents' smoking decisions - ir:604721914:27:18 2015-05-21
Fresh starts and false starts - ir:598326811:16:11 2015-05-19
Adjusting the rear view mirror - ir:597325503:24:27 2015-05-24
Fresh starts/false starts - ir:792418823:07:47 2015-05-21
Why do students drop out of high school? - ir:599626814:59:47 2015-05-14
A contemporary study with early school leavers - ir:596925517:28:43 2015-05-12
Policy activism with and for youth in transition through public education - ir:596529409:13:39 2015-05-16
Why leave school? - ir:601424008:45:55 2015-05-22
Approaching youth studies - ir:597927415:47:29 2015-05-18
Measuring adolescent smoking expectancies by incorporating judgments about the expected time of occurrence of smoking outcomes. - ir:602225905:07:15 2015-05-24
Pursuit and persistence in science career pathways - ir:605126801:01:00 2015-05-23
Early school leavers - ir:793019902:29:32 2015-05-23
Crossing the river to secondary school - ir:599224707:06:25 2015-05-23
The illogic of youth driving culture - ir:602828022:10:23 2015-05-11
Evaluating continuing education for rural nurse practitioners - ir:603522208:55:18 2015-05-23
Family perspectives on pathways to mental health care for children and youth in rural communities - ir:601821409:05:17 2015-05-23
A comparison of the mediational properties of four adolescent smoking expectancy measures - ir:603921020:29:40 2015-05-21
Transitions and pathways from elementary to secondary school - ir:601019615:12:39 2015-05-23
Early Childhood Transitions and Critical Praxis - ir:915914120:44:30 2015-05-20
Youth, Education, and Marginality - ir:1049115303:44:49 2015-05-21
Family perspectives on pathways to mental health care for children and youth in rural communities. - ir:10940718:55:22 2015-05-21
Qualitative research in action - ir:19735012:30:34 2015-05-24
Building bridges - ir:15341615:01:11 2015-05-23
Child and adolescent health in northern Ontario - ir:19838711:08:34 2015-05-20
The meaning of smoking as health and social risk in adolescence - ir:15640101:13:02 2015-05-24
Innovations and issues in the delivery of continuing education to nurse practitioners in rural and northern communities - ir:19043218:23:21 2015-05-22
Research in Comparative and International Education - ir:115451610:08:55 2015-05-20
Journeys in youth mental health - ir:119621402:34:01 2015-05-24
Technology's paradox - ir:794242406:00:38 2015-05-23
Mental health and poverty in young lives - ir:1004321401:24:37 2015-05-24
Schooling and practices of freedom of 'out' queer youth on Prince Edward Island - ir:112694512:46:05 2015-05-22
The lonely end of the pink - ir:113205200:49:23 2015-05-22
Barriers to youth literacy - ir:733130503:03:03 2015-05-24