Multiple voices: improving participation of Muslim girls in physical education and school sport

@article{Dagkas2011MultipleVI,
  title={Multiple voices: improving participation of Muslim girls in physical education and school sport},
  author={S. Dagkas and T. Benn and H. Jawad},
  journal={Sport, Education and Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={223 - 239}
}
  • S. Dagkas, T. Benn, H. Jawad
  • Published 2011
  • Sociology
  • Sport, Education and Society
  • This study reports on data from a larger-scale research project in one city in the West Midlands, England. The study was commissioned by the local education authority because of the rising incidence of parental withdrawal of Muslim girls from physical education. The aim was to provide evidence-based guidance to schools on improving the inclusion of Muslim girls in physical education and school sport. In-depth interviews in eight case study schools provided a thick description of the lived… CONTINUE READING
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