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‘The golf course doesn’t know what gender you are’: feminist perspectives in the online blog of a female professional golfer (Routledge, 2022-09)Many female athletes are using online platforms to control their own portrayals, and such representations have been examined mostly through neoliberal and postfeminist perspectives, which position female athletes as ...
(Elsevier, 2021-07)Physical activity (PA) has a profound effect on health. The World Health Organization (WHO) has determined that physical inactivity is the fourth leading global risk for mortality, responsible for raising the risk of ...
Playful maths! The influence of play-based learning on academic performance of Palestinian primary school children (Springer, 2022-02-11)This study explores the relationship between play-based learning and achievement in mathematics in Palestinian elementary school children. Forty teachers from eight schools received training in play-based pedagogies and ...
The clustering of physical activity and screen time behaviours in early childhood and impact on future health-related behaviours: a longitudinal analysis of children aged 3 to 8 years (BMC, 2022-03-21)Meeting physical activity and screen time guidelines has been associated with improved health in children. Research has shown that lifestyle behaviours happen in combination and can be tracked into later life. Thus, a ...
(2022-09-05)The aim of this thesis is to investigate audience understandings of documentary. A review of the relevant literature was carried out on the areas of: the Evolution of Documentary; Subjectivity, Objectivity and Truth; Reality ...