- Bachelor of Arts,
- Higher Diploma of Education,
- Social Science Honours (Psychology),
- Social Science Masters (Counselling Psychology)
- Youth sexual health in the South African context
- Motherhood in the South African context
- Career development in the South African context
- Teaching and learning within Higher Education in the South African context.
- Critical community health psychology
- Youth sexuality
- Critical community psychology
- Social psychology
- HIV/AIDS competence
Publications / Selected Publications
- Frizelle, K., Jwili, O. & Nene, K. (2013). Vulnerable sexualities: Constructions of youth sexuality in South African newspaper articles aimed at an adult readership. Agenda: Empowering women for gender equity, 1 – 13.
- Frizelle, K., & Kell, G. (2010) A contextual account of motherhood. Psychology in Society, 39, 26-44.
- Frizelle, K. (2009). A case for intercultural inquiry and cognitive justice in the internationalisation of HIV/AIDS: A South African example. Journal of Health Management, 11, 65 – 78.
- Frizelle, K. (2005). Negotiating identity within the politics of HIV/AIDS: Developing interventions for young South Africans. Critical Psychology, 13, 76 – 95.
- Mkhize, N.J. & Frizelle, K. (2000). Hermeneutic-Dialogical approaches to career development: An exploration. South African Journal of Psychology, 30, 1-8.
- Frizelle, K. & Hayes, G. (1999). Experiences of motherhood: Challenging ideals. PINS (Psychology in Society), 25, 17-36.
Chapters in Books
- 1. Swain, K. & Frizelle, K. (2013). Resistance and re(production): becoming lesbian parents through assisted reproductive technologies. In C. Lubbe-De Beer & J. Marnell (Eds), Home affairs: Rethinking lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender families in contemporary South Africa. Auckland Park: Fanele.
- 2. Frizelle, K. (2008). Service-learning in psychology. In CHESP (Eds.), Service-learning in the disciplines: Lessons from the field (pp. 261-276). Pretoria: CHESP.
- Work/ed in partnership with various NGO’s and programmes including Zoe Life, One Voice and Fresh.
- Run sexual health interventions in communities as part of UKZN credit bearing modules.
- Established a programme called Positive Periods, which works at improving young females overall experience of their menstrual cycle.
- Awarded the Distinguished Teachers Award for UKZN in 2009.
To date I have successfully supervised 9 qualitative Masters theses around a variety of topics:
- Explorations of career development.
- Student experiences of service learning.
- Assisted reproductive technology, donor insemination and lesbian families.
- Lived experiences of HIV/AIDS.
- Evaluation of positive, rights based sexual health education.
To date I have successfully supervised at least 15 Honours research projects around a variety of topics:
- Narrative approaches to career development.
- Discourse analysis of representations of youth sexuality in newspapers.
- Discourse analysis of the lyrics of love songs.
- The experiences of women who choose not to have children.
- Sexuality in the context of HIV/AIDS.
- Small scale evaluation of a sexual health intervention with youth.
- Sexual identities.