Book Chapters and Journal Articles

The following is a complete list of book chapters and journal articles published by Dr. Tilleczek and her collaborators since 2000.

2017

Tilleczek, K., & Srigley, R. (2017). Young cyborgs? Youth in the digital age. In A. Furlong (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Youth and Young Adulthood (2nd ed., pp. 273-284). Routledge: New York, NY.

Tilleczek, K. C., Bell, B. L., Munro, M. A., & Gallant, S. D. (2017). Youth journeys in mental health: Invoking unique patient perspectives. Canadian Journal Of Community Mental Health, 36(2). doi:10.7870/cjcmh-2017-026

2016

Tilleczek, K. (2016). Voices from the margins: Educative research with, for and by youth. Education Canada, 56(4).

Madigan, R., & Tilleczek, K. (2016). Listening to the voices of youth in transitionHigher Education Quality Council of Ontario. 

2015

Tilleczek, K., & Loebach, J. (2015). Research goes to the cinema: The veracity of videography with, for and by youth. Research in Comparative & International Education. doi:10.1177/1745499915581084

Srigley, R., & Tilleczek, K. (2015). The Republic and Apology as source texts for Rebel Without a Cause. International Political Anthropology 8(1).

2014

Lorway, V. (2014). Hooks ‘n riffs: Young lives re-construct the music classroom through digital audio recording. In S.A O’Neill (Ed.), Research to Practice: Vol. 6. Music and media infused lives: Music education in a digital age (pp. 193-208). Waterloo, Canada: Canadian Music Educators’ Association.

Tilleczek, K., & Campbell, V. (2014). Narratives of youth literacy: The case of Prince Edward Island. The Canadian Journal for Teacher Research, 1(1), 46-84.Critical youth studies reader

Tilleczek, K. (2014). Theorizing young lives: Biography, society, and time In A. Ibrahim, & S. R. Steinberg (Eds.), Critical youth studies reader (pp. 15-25). New York: Peter Lang.

Tilleczek, K., Ferguson, M., Campbell, V., & Lezeu, K. (2014). Mental health and poverty in young lives: Intersections and directions. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 33(1), 63-76.

Tilleczek, K., & Lezeu, K. (2014). Journeys in youth mental health. Education Canada, 54(2), 12-16.

 2013

TYouth, education, and marginalityilleczek, K. (2013). On being poor at school. In K. Tilleczek & B. Ferguson (Eds.), Youth, education and marginality: Local and global expressions. Waterloo, Canada: Wilfred Laurier University Press.

Tilleczek, K., & Kinlock, K. (2013). Humanitiesinfused praxis by, with, and for youth:Esoteric hope. In K. Tilleczek & B. Ferguson (Eds.), Youth, education and marginality: Local and global expressions. Waterloo, Canada: Wilfred Laurier University Press.

Tilleczek, K., & Campbell, V. (2013). Barriers to youth literacy: Sociological and Canadian insights. Language and Literacy, 15, 77-100.

2012

Tilleczek, K. (2012). Policy activism with and for youth in transition through public educationJournal of Educational Administration and History44(3)253-267.

Tilleczek, K. (2012). Early childhood transitions and critical praxisCanadian Children, 37,12-18.

2011

Tilleczek, K., Ferguson, B., Roth Edney, D., Rummens, A., Boydell, K. M., & Mueller, M. (2011). A contemporary study with early school leavers: Pathways and social processes of leaving high schoolCanadian Journal of Family and Youth, 3, 1-39.

Tilleczek, K. (2011). Adjusting the rear view mirror: An examination of youth driving culture.Youth & Society, 43, 774-795.

2010

Tilleczek, K., Furlong, A., & Ferguson, B. (2010). Marginalized youth in contemporary educational contexts: A tranquil invitation to rebellious celebration. Education Canada, 50, 6-10.

2008

TilleMining Town Crisisczek, K. (2008). The Failing Health of Children and Youth in Northern Ontario In D. Leadbeater (Ed.), Mining town crisis:  Globalization, labour, and resistance in Sudbury (pp. 150-164). Halifax, Canada:  Fernwood Press. [Review in Labour/Le Travail]
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Tilleczek, K. (2008). Building bridges for young people: Transitions from elementary to secondary school. Education Canada, 48(1), 68-71.

Tilleczek, K., Ferguson, B., Roth Edney, D., Rummens, J. A., Boydell, K., & Mueller, M.P. (2008). Reconsidering school disengagement: A sociological view from the margins. In K. Tilleczek (Ed.), Why do students drop out of high school? Narrative studies and social critiques (pp. 3-33). New York, USA: Edwin Mellen Press.

Tilleczek, K., & Cudney, D. (2008). Rural youth and school cultures: Rethinking “place” and disengagement. In K. Tilleczek (Ed.), Why do students drop out of high school? Narrative studies and social critiques (pp. 143-158). New York, USA: Edwin Mellen Press.

Tilleczek, K., Ferguson, B., Roth Edney, D., Rummens, J.A., & Boydell, K. (2008). A critical review of initiatives to redress youth school disengagement. In K. Tilleczek (Ed.), Why do students drop out of high school? Narrative studies and social critiques (pp. 189-206). New York, USA: Edwin Mellen Press.

Rummens, J.A., Tilleczek, K., Boydell, K., & Ferguson, B. (2008). Understanding and addressing early school leaving among immigrant and refugee youth. In K. Tilleczek (Ed.), Why do students drop out of high school? Narrative studies and social critiques (pp. 75-100). New York, USA: Edwin Mellen Press.

Mueller, M., Tilleczek, K., Rummens, J.A., & Boydell, K. (2008). Methodological considerations for the study of early school leaving. In K. Tilleczek (Ed.), Why do students drop out of high school? Narrative studies and social critiques (pp. 35-73). New York, USA: Edwin Mellen Press.

2006

Tilleczek, K., & Hine, D.W. (2006). The meaning of smoking as health and social risk in adolescence Journal of Adolescence, 29(2,) 273-287.

Tilleczek, K., Ferguson, B., Rummens, J.A., & Boydell, K. (2006). Why leave school? Ask those who do. Education Canada, 46(4), 54-57.

Boydell, K., Pong, R., Volpe, T., Tilleczek, K., Wilson, E., & Lemieux, S. (2006). Family perspectives on pathways to mental health care for children and youth in rural communities. Journal of Rural Health, 22(2), 182-188.

Frampton, C., Kinsman, G., Thompson, A., & Tilleczek, K. (2006). Social movements/social research: Towards political activist ethnography. In C. FramSociology for changing the worldpton, G. Kinsman, A. Thompson, & K. Tilleczek, (Eds.), Sociology for changing the world: Social movements/ Social research (pp. 1-17). Halifax, Canada: Fernwood Press.

Frampton, C., Kinsman, G., Thompson, A., & Tilleczek, K. (2006). New directions for activist research. In C. Frampton, G. Kinsman, A. Thompson, & K. Tilleczek (Eds.), Sociology for changing the world: Social movements/ social research (pp. 246-271). Halifax, Canada: Fernwood Press.

2005

Tilleczek, K., Pong, R., & Caty, S. (2005). Innovations and issues in the delivery of continuing education to nurse practitioners in rural and northern communities. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 37(1), 146-162.

Ward, M., Sahai, V., Tilleczek, K., Barnett, R., & Zimijowski, T. (2005). Child and adolescent health in Northern Ontario. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 96(4), 287 – 290.

Hine, D.W., Tilleczek, K., Lewko, J.H., McKenzie-Richer, A., & Perreault, L. (2005). Measuring adolescent smoking expectancies by incorporating judgments about the expected time of occurrence of smoking outcomesPsychology of Addictive Behaviors, 19(3), 284-290.

2004

Tilleczek, K. (2004). The illogic of youth driving culture. The Journal of Youth Studies, 7(4), 473-499.

2002

Hine, D. W., McKenzie-Richer, A., Lewko, J. H., Tilleczek, K., & Perreault, L. (2002). A comparison of the mediational properties of four adolescent smoking expectancy measures. Psychology of Addictive Behaviours, 16(3), 187-195.

2001

Tilleczek, K., & Lewko, J.H. (2001). Factors influencing the pursuit of health and science careers for Canadian adolescents in transition from school to work. Journal of Youth Studies, 4(4), 415-428.

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