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JAN WRIGHT

In: Handbook of Physical Education

Chapter 4: Physical Education Research from Postmodern, Poststructural and Postcolonial Perspectives

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Physical Education Research from Postmodern, Poststructural and Postcolonial Perspectives
Physical education research from postmodern, poststructural and postcolonial perspectives
Introduction

Physical education research drawing on poststructuralist and postmodernist approaches is relatively new. At this point in time there seems to be a notable absence of research in physical education drawing on postcolonial theory and agendas, although the relevance of such an approach to research in the field is one that will be argued in this chapter. Whether researchers describe their work as postmodern or poststructural tends to be determined by whether they are researching in a North American context or UK, European, Australian and New Zealand context. In many cases, there is no explicit indication as to whether researchers identify their work as drawing on either of these ...

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