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‘Native to native … we'll recapture our spirits’: The world indigenous nations games and north American indigenous games as cultural resistance
For centuries, colonizing governments have utilized cultural policies to eliminate Aboriginal culture, to make ‘citizens’ out of Native peoples in part by forcing them to relinquish language,Expand
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"I can't imagine my life without it!" Curling and health promotion: a photovoice study.
The sport of curling is an important activity in rural Canada, with many female participants. The health of women in rural Canada is much compromised compared to that of their urban counterparts, yetExpand
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Sport in Canada: A History
"Sport in Canada: A History" examines the influence of religion, politics, economy, the military, gender, race, and social class on sport. The narrative extends from initial contact between EuropeansExpand
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Global Olympics: Historical and Sociological Studies of the Modern Games
Introduction: "Coubertin's Olympic Games: The Greatest Show on Earth" (K.B. Wamsley, K. Young). Part I: The History and Development of the Olympic Games. From Olympia 776 BC to Athens 2004: TheExpand
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The Global Sport Monopoly
ATHLETES MARCHED INTO RICE-ECCLES STADIUM at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City in early February 2002, as they will two years later in Athens, Greece. Spectators around the world marvelled atExpand
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Laying Olympism to Rest
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Sport and Masculinity
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