This event has been POSTPONED.
Let us know if you would like to be notified when this event is rescheduled in the fall as an online workshop with Dr. Tania de St Croix.
In this workshop organized by York University Ph.D. Student Adrienne Young for graduate students, Dr. Tania de St Croix will explore creative approaches to data collection, writing about youth studies, and strategies for anti-oppressive research while facilitating opportunities for a deeper understanding of the nuances of researching youth and youth work in partnership with the community.
The workshop is open to graduate students (Master’s and Ph.D.) interested in critical youth studies and/or youth work, and is free to attend, including cost of lunch and materials.
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Dr. Tania de St Croix’s research is grounded in an appreciation and celebration of youth work and a critical understanding of the evaluation landscape. She was a youth worker for over 20 years and is a founding member of In Defence of Youth Work, a network of critical and radical youth workers in the UK, and the editor of the open-access journal, Youth & Policy.
She is currently working with Louise Doherty to research how young people and youth workers experience evaluation and outcomes frameworks. Her book, Grassroots Youth Work: Policy, Passion and Resistance in Practice, draws on a three-year qualitative research project investigating how youth workers experience a working context dominated by managerialism and marketization in times of austerity.
Follow Tania on Twitter @tania_dsc.