Girls looking for a ‘second home’: bodies, difference and places of inclusion
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AbstractThis visual ethnographic research aimed to further understandings of ethnic-minority girls' emplaced embodiment by investigating the link between girls' physicality and their views of physical activity spaces in their communities. The research was conducted in a school located in an urban multicultural context in the Midlands region of the UK. Participants were 20 girls (19 ethnic-minority girls; 1 white girl) aged 14–15 from two single-sex physical education classes.
CitationAzzarito, L. & Hill, J. (2012) 'Girls looking for a ‘second home’: bodies, difference and places of inclusion', Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy 11 Jun 2012 [Online]. Available at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17408989.2012.666792#.UdWaPazciWQ (Accessed 4 July 2013).
PublisherTaylor and Francis