Representing valued bodies in PE: a visual inquiry with British Asian girls
MetadataShow full item record
AbstractThe paper's aims are to explore varying ways British Asian girls visualise and make sense of themselves as active or sporting bodies, and what this means for their (dis)engagement in physical activity. This study draws on a feminist poststructuralist approach concerning the ways in which young people create multiple subject positions through negotiating or rejecting verbal and visual narratives about physical activity and girlhood.
CitationHill, J. & Azzarito, L. (2012) 'Representing valued bodies in PE: a visual inquiry with British Asian girls', Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy, 17 (3), pp.263-276
PublisherTaylor and Francis