Sociology of Childhood and Youth Research Cluster and related/connected sessions at CONGRESS 2019

Sociology of Childhood and Youth Research Cluster sessions:

https://www.csa-scs.ca/conference/session_clusters/sociology-of-childhood-and-youth/

Research With Children

 Session |  Regular Session |  Sociology of Childhood and Youth

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

21st Century Learning and Digital Technologies among Children, Youth, and Families

 Session |  Regular Session |  Sociology of Childhood and Youth

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

Inequalities in Childhood and Youth: Institutional Engagements

 Session |  Regular Session |  Sociology of Childhood and Youth

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

Conceptualizing Childhood and Youth at the Intersections

 Session |  Regular Session |  Sociology of Childhood and Youth

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

Sociology of Childhood and Youth Research Cluster Meeting

 Session |  Meeting |  Sociology of Childhood and Youth

 Wednesday Jun 05 5:15 pm to 6:15 pm
ANGU 235

Researching Childhood and Youth: Rethinking Dominant Practices

 Session |  Regular Session |  Sociology of Childhood and Youth

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

 Related/connected sessions:

 Transgender Reclamation of Gendered Childhood Through Age-Play; Emergent Narratives with Photovoice

Gloria Johnston, University of New Brunswick

 

The Policing of Young Motherhood

Amber-Lee Varadi, Brock University; Rebecca Raby, Brock University; Christine Tardif-Williams, Brock University

 

Queer Experiences in Christian High Schools

Kelsey Block, University of the Fraser Valley

 

Youth responses to the surveillance school: The bifurcation of antagonism and confidence in surveillance among teenaged students

Michael Adorjan, University of Calgary; Rosemary Ricciardelli, Memorial University

 

The Discourse of Immigrant Youth on their Experience in French Minority Language Schools in Canada

Diane Gérin-Lajoie, OISE, University of Toronto; Marianne Jacquet, Faculté St-Jean, University of Alberta

 

Who Protects Black Girls? An Intersectional Analysis of Racialized Victimization and Gaslighting in Sexual Assault Coverage

Yasmin Abdirahman Ahmed, Western University

 

Media and Legal Discourses around Youth Sexting in Québec

Élisabeth Mercier, Université Laval

 

Trends and Disparities in Suicide and Mental Health among Heterosexual and Sexual Minority East Asian Youth in British Columbia, 1998-2013

Andrea N. Polonijo, University of British Columbia; Ace Chan, University of British Columbia; Elizabeth M. Saewyc, University of British Columbia

 

“Now that I’m older…they totally trust me”: Navigating babysitting as liminal work

Riley Easterbrook, University of Guelph; Rebecca Raby, Brock University; Wolfgang Lehmann, Western University

 

Core Housing Need and Children’s Mental Health: Evidence from the 2014 Ontario Child Health Study

Jinette Comeau, King’s University College at Western University

 

Intersectionality, Hegemony and Personal Domain in Youth Culture and Private Space (2012)

Ley Dorian Fraser, University of Manitoba

 

The State of Inclusion for LGBTQ+ Youth at Christian Camps in North America: An Analysis of Potential Policy

Lexie Milmine, Dalhousie University

 

Trust, Mistrust and Watchful Vigilance: Representations of the Parent/Youth Relationship in Cyberbullying Advice

Glenda Wall, Wilfrid Laurier University

 

Creating a Safe Space for Indigenous Youth in Urban Areas: The Case of Young Women in Thunder Bay

Chris Southcott, Lakehead University; Patricia McGuire, Carleton University; Josie Zussino, Lakehead University; Alycia Benson, Lakehead University

 

On the Strengths and Limitations of the Contact Theory: The Case of Muslim and non-Muslim High School Students in Calgary

Abdie Kazemipur, University of Calgary; Saba Raja, University of Calgary

 

“They have Money, they have Power”: Pathways to Gang Involvement and Desistance Through the Eyes of Young Adults in Edmonton

Taylor-Rae Foster, University of Alberta

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