Sessions at CONGRESS 2019

Hello everyone –

The Childhood and Youth Research Cluster has five sessions in the CSA Annual Conference at CONGRESS at UBC in Vancouver this June. Here is a link to the CSA CONGRESS programme. The following are the sessions connected directly to the Childhood and Youth Research Cluster:

Canadian Scholarship In Childhood And Youth: 21st Century Learning And Digital Technologies Among Children And Young People

Wednesday Jun 05 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
ANGU 235

Session Code: SCY1

Organizers: Cathlene Hillier, Nipissing University, Jessica Rizk, University of Waterloo

Presenters:

Jessica Rizk, University of Waterloo; Cathlene Hillier, Nipissing University – Parental Perceptions of Technology: The Role of Digital Media in Home and Schools

Glenda Wall, Wilfrid Laurier University – Trust, Mistrust and Watchful Vigilance: Representations of the Parent/Youth Relationship in Cyberbullying Advice

Taiwo Oladunni Gbenga-Akanmu, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun State; Philip Olu Jegede, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun State – Enhancing Retention of Learned Numeracy Concepts through Meta-cognitive Training in Computer-mediated Classrooms: Nigeria Experience

Hannah Olubunmi Ajayi, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun State; Taiwo Oladunni Gbenga-Akanmu, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun State; Temilola Janet Popoola, Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun State – Children and Families Experience with Technologies in the Digital Age: The Nigeria Perspectives

Ryan Broll, University of Guelph; Dylan Reynolds, University of Guelph – Parenting style and adolescents’ experiences with traditional bullying and cyberbullying

Conceptualizing Childhood And Youth: Intersections and Inequalities

Wednesday Jun 05 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
ANGU 235

Session Code: SCY3b

Organizer: Rebecca Raby, Brock University

Presenters:

Meral Tan, Carleton University – The making of childhood and death: An analysis of posthumous visual representations of Berkin Elvan

Abneet Kaur Atwal, Brock University – The ideologies of childhood: The intersection of autism and childhood

Shauna Pomerantz, Brock University; Dawn Zinga, Brock University; Victoria Parlatore, Brock University – “I cried for, like, a month straight”: How gender, race, class, sexuality, and disability shape the first-year university experience

Dan Woodman, University of Melbourne, Australia – The Sociology of Generations and Conceptualising Inequalities in Childhood and Youth Studies

Adam Davies, OISE, University of Toronto; Aurelia Di Santo, Ryerson University; Noah Kenneally, OISE, University of Toronto; Rachel Berman, Ryerson University – Children’s Rights through Relational Ontologies: A Rights-Integrative Approach to Sexuality Education

Intersections of Inequality In Childhood And Youth: Institutional Engagements

Wednesday Jun 05 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
ANGU 235

Session Code: SCY3a

Organizer: Rebecca Raby, Brock University

Presentations:

Emily Milne, MacEwan University; Terry Wotherspoon, University of Saskatchewan – Are Schools Still “Really Dangerous Places” for Indigenous Children and Youth: Contradictions in Pathways to Reconciliation

Jacqueline Kennelly, Carleton University; Charlotte Emma Smith, Carleton University – Schools as Potential Sites for the Prevention & Intervention of Youth Homelessness

Cora MacDonald, Carleton University; Vanessa Million, Carleton University – The usual suspects: Exploring homeless youths’ experiences with policing

Kelly Gorkoff, University of Winnipeg – Markets of care & institutionalizing marginalization: Social Marketization and Programs for youth involved in and exploited through the sex trade

Lindsay C. Sheppard, Brock University; Rebecca Raby, Brock University; Wolfgang Lehmann, Western University; Riley Easterbrook, University of Guelph – Grill guys and drive-thru girls: Discourses of gender in young people’s part-time work

Research With Children

Wednesday Jun 05 8:30 am to 10:00 am
ANGU 235

Session Code: SCY4

Organizers: Rachel Berman, Ryerson University, Noah Kenneally, OISE, University of Toronto

Presenters:

Charlotte Emma Smith, Carleton University; Jacqueline Kennelly, Carleton University – Collaborative reflections on youth-led peer research on youth homelessness: identity, relationships, risks, and benefits

Augustine Park, Carleton University – Research with Children on Settler Colonialism

Laura Helen Virginia Wright, University of Edinburgh – Child Led Research: A play-based participatory approach

Jeanette Cepin, University of Toronto – Playful research with preschoolers: talking schooling

Rachel Berman, Ryerson University; Noah Kenneally, OISE, University of Toronto – Conversations with children – Collaborative tools for research

Researching Childhood and Youth: Rethinking Dominant Practices

Thursday Jun 06 8:30 am to 10:00 am
ANGU 037

Session Code: SCY3c

Organizers: Rachel Berman, Ryerson University, Rebecca Raby, Brock University

Christine Carey, McMaster University – Experiences and Trajectories of Former Youth in Care

Louisa Choe, University of Otago – Evicting my childhood: young people’s survival of unstable housing in New Zealand

Zuhra Abawi, Ryerson University – Politicizing Early Childhood Education and Care: Race, Identity and Belonging

Erin Lisa Harvey, Ryerson University – Exploring How Children with ADHD Perceive Equine Assisted Therapies

Leah May Shoemaker, Ryerson University – Can ecological relationships be grown indoors?

 

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