Book Chapters and Journal Articles

Book Chapters & Journal Articles


2019

  • Tilleczek, K.  (forthcoming). Canadian Youth:  An Overview.  In Youth:  An International Archive.  London: UK, Bloomsbury Publishing.
  • Gallant, S.D, Tilleczek, K., Bell, B.L. (submitted). Mothers’ care-seeking journey for daughters with depression. Journal of Youth Studies.
  • Richard, J., Thériault, M. Audas, R., Ronis, S., Tilleczek, K. Bell, B. Slaunwhite, A & Poirier, N.  (submitted) Les Obstacles Et Les Facilitateurs Dans L'accès Aux Services Pour Les Enfants Et Les Adolescents Francophones Du Nouveau-Brunswick Ayant Le Diagnostic D’un Trouble Du Spectre De L'autisme
  • Loebach, J., Tilleczek, K., Chiasson, B, & Sharp, B.  (under review).  Keyboard warriors?  Visualizing technology and wellbeing with, for and by Aboriginal youth through digital stories.  Visual Studies.
  • Tilleczek, K. (2019). Young lives in the digital age. In Kate C. Tilleczek & Valerie M. Campbell (Eds.) Youth in the digital age: Paradox, promise, predicament. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  • Campbell, V.M., Tilleczek, K. & Loebach, J. (2019). Methods and ethics with, for and by youth in the digital age. In Kate C. Tilleczek & Valerie M. Campbell (Eds.) Youth in the digital age: Paradox, promise, predicament. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  • Tilleczek, K, Bell, B.L., & Munro, M. (2019). Youth well-being and digital media. In Kate C. Tilleczek & Valerie M. Campbell (Eds.) Youth in the digital age: Paradox, promise, predicament. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  • Campbell, V.M., Tilleczek, K., & Barnick, H. (2019). The way we live now: Privacy, surveillance, and control of youth in the digital age. In Kate C. Tilleczek & Valerie M. Campbell (Eds.) Youth in the digital age: Paradox, promise, predicament. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  • Srigley, R., & Tilleczek, K. (2019). “It’s almost like the earth stood still”: Youthful critiques of cell phones. In Kate C. Tilleczek & Valerie M. Campbell (Eds.) Youth in the digital age: Paradox, promise, predicament. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  • Tilleczek, K., & Rimer, J.R. (2019). Digital capital by/for youth?  In Kate C.  Tilleczek & Valerie M. Campbell (Eds.) Youth in the digital age: Paradox, promise, predicament. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  • Rimer, J.R., & Tilleczek, K. (2019). Digital media, youth, and social relationships. In Kate C. Tilleczek & Valerie M. Campbell (Eds.) Youth in the digital age: Paradox, promise, predicament. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  • Tilleczek, K. & Campbell, V (2019).  Profound conundrums: Young lives in the digital age.  In Kate C. Tilleczek & Valerie M. Campbell (Eds.) Youth in the digital age: Paradox, promise, predicament. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  • Tilleczek, K.  (2019). Qualitative methodology in adolescent research.  In T.L. Shek & J. Leung (Eds).  Encyclopaedia of adolescent development (Volume 1). Wiley.  



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2013

  • Tilleczek, 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). Humanities–infused 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.

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2008

  • Tille czek, 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]
  • 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.

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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 outcomes. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 19(3), 284-290.

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