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Equity and Difference in Physical Education, Youth Sport and Health
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Introduction Part One: Theoretical Perspectives Chapter One. Theorizing Difference and (In)Equality in Physical Education, Youth Sport and Health Chapter Two. A Narrative Approach to Research in Physical Education, Youth Sport and Health Part Two: Stories of Difference and (In)Equality Run Rabbit Run Young Men, Sport And Sexuality: A Poetic Exploration Inclusion in National Curriculum Policy and Physical Education 'Miss Whitney' And 'Miss, Are You a Terrorist?': Negotiating A Place within Physical Education The Spark and Discouragement of an Innovative Male Physical Educator Second Toe Syndrome Gendered Running, Gendering Research: A Collaborative Trans Narrative Looking and 'Feeling' The Part Scraton Holly Goes To School to Become A PE Teacher... and Doesn't! A Three Act Play Them, Us, We, Me: Negotiating Being a Muslim Girl In Australia It's Not for the School to Tell Us Charlie ... After All, To Us You Are Healthy Big Them Special Needs Kids and Their Waiters Making the Grade Dances with Wolves 'You Hurt Me Fizz-Edd': The Socially Classed Discursive Practices of the PE Lesson Part Three: Engaging With Narratives Chapter Three. Engaging With Narratives In Order To Better Understand Difference and (In)Equality in Physical Education, Youth Sport and Health Chapter Four. Exemplar One: Health, Physical Education, Pupils, Parents and Teachers Chapter Five. Exemplar Two: Disability and Difference in Schooling and Home

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Fiona Dowling is Associate Professor at the Norwegian School of Sports Sciences. She has worked in teacher education at both undergraduate and postgraduate level for many years, after teaching in schools in England and Norway. Her research interests include teacher professionalism, gender in PE and sport, and qualitative research methodology.Hayley Fitzgerald is Senior Lecturer at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. Prior to this she was a researcher at Loughborough University, UK and managed a range of projects supporting young disabled people in PE and youth sport. Hayley has also worked for a number of disability sports organizations in England. Anne Flintoff is Professor of Physical Education and Sport at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. Her teaching, research and consultancy centre on issues of equity and social inclusion, particularly gender, in physical education and sport. Her recent work has focused on the experiences of black and minority ethnic students in physical education teacher education.

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