Senior Lecturer, School of Information Studies
Kasey’s research is primarily focused on diversity and social justice issues in youth literature and the availability of this literature in school and public libraries. Kasey also researches the use of inquiry in school curricula and the role of the teacher librarian and school library in delivering inquiry units. Kasey is predominantly a qualitative researcher, interested in the unique perspectives and experiences of youth, library users and librarians, and comes from a constructivist background. In studying youth literature itself, Kasey’s chosen method is Critical Content Analysis.