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Respondent driven sampling of wheelchair users: A lack of traction?
(University of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2016)
Background: Internationally, wheelchair users are an emerging demographic phenomenon, due to their increased prevalence and rapidly increasing life-span. While having significant healthcare implications, basic robust ...
The nature of experience and learning for Japanese girls in a high school basketball club
This article draws on a study that inquires into what keeps girls aged 13-16 years in a high school basketball club in Japan with a focus on how the nature of their experience is shaped by socio-cultural and institutional ...
Socialisation, culture and the foundations of expertise in elite level Indigenous Australian sportsmen
(University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2016)
This article reports on an ongoing study that investigates the development of expertise in rugby league and Australian football by Indigenous Australians as a socially and culturally situated process of learning. Focused ...