Do physical education lessons contribute to children's physical activity levels?

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Howells, K., Wellard, I. and Woolf-May, K. 2010. Do physical education lessons contribute to children's physical activity levels? in: Enright, E. and Tindall, D. (ed.) A Shared Vision for Physical Education, Physical Activity and Youth Sport. Proceedings of the Fifth Physical Education, Physical Activity and Youth Sport Forum Limerick University of Limerick. pp. 46-53
AuthorsHowells, K., Wellard, I. and Woolf-May, K.
EditorsEnright, E. and Tindall, D.
Page range46-53
Year2010
Book titleA Shared Vision for Physical Education, Physical Activity and Youth Sport. Proceedings of the Fifth Physical Education, Physical Activity and Youth Sport Forum
PublisherUniversity of Limerick
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Performing sporting masculinities: sexuality, body practices and gay identities
Wellard, I. 2005. Performing sporting masculinities: sexuality, body practices and gay identities.
Making spaces for sport and the arts
Dismore, H. and Wellard, I. 2006. Making spaces for sport and the arts.
Queer sport for all: to what extent does gay sport address inclusion and human rights?
Wellard, I. 2006. Queer sport for all: to what extent does gay sport address inclusion and human rights?
Masculinities on the move: negotiating male identities within the context of physical education and dance
Wellard, I. 2006. Masculinities on the move: negotiating male identities within the context of physical education and dance.
Transcending the heteronormative in sport: masculine sporting identities, sexuality and in/exclusive practices
Wellard, I. 2006. Transcending the heteronormative in sport: masculine sporting identities, sexuality and in/exclusive practices.
Inflexible bodies and inflexible minds: Gendered imbalances within the context of physical education and dance
Wellard, I. 2007. Inflexible bodies and inflexible minds: Gendered imbalances within the context of physical education and dance.
Communities of physical education practice in schools: Placing gendered limits upon lifelong sporting participation
Wellard, I. 2008. Communities of physical education practice in schools: Placing gendered limits upon lifelong sporting participation.
Body reflexive pleasures: exploring bodily experiences within the context of sport and physical activity
Wellard, I. 2009. Body reflexive pleasures: exploring bodily experiences within the context of sport and physical activity.
Canterbury City Council play strategy: report on a research and consultation project
Powell, S., Bailey, R. and Wellard, I. 2005. Canterbury City Council play strategy: report on a research and consultation project. Canterbury, UK Canterbury City Council.
Policies and play: the impact of national policies on children's opportunities for play
Powell, S. and Wellard, I. 2008. Policies and play: the impact of national policies on children's opportunities for play. London, UK Play England.
Sport, masculinities and the body: an exploration
Wellard, I. 2009. Sport, masculinities and the body: an exploration.
Keeping sport queer: maintaining the challenge to exclusive masculinity
Wellard, I. 2004. Keeping sport queer: maintaining the challenge to exclusive masculinity. Inter-Cultural Studies. 4 (1).
Sport, gender and embodied reflexive pleasures
Wellard, I. 2010. Sport, gender and embodied reflexive pleasures.
Girls' participation in physical activities and sports: benefits, patterns, influences and ways forward
Bailey, R., Wellard, I. and Dismore, H. 2004. Girls' participation in physical activities and sports: benefits, patterns, influences and ways forward. World Health Organisation.
Policies and play: the impact of national policies on children's opportunities for play
Powell, S. and Wellard, I. 2008. Policies and play: the impact of national policies on children's opportunities for play. London National Children’s Bureau.
Sport, body performance and the maintenance of 'exclusive masculinity'
Wellard, I. 2003. Sport, body performance and the maintenance of 'exclusive masculinity'. in: Fleming, S. and Jones, I. (ed.) Leisure Cultures: investigations in sport, media and technology Eastbourne Leisure Studies Association.
Active bodies for 'real' men: reflecting upon the social constructions of activity and passivity for gendered and sexually identified bodies
Wellard, I. 2005. Active bodies for 'real' men: reflecting upon the social constructions of activity and passivity for gendered and sexually identified bodies. in: Bramham, P. and Caudwell, J. (ed.) Sport, Active Leisure and Youth Cultures Eastbourne Leisure Studies Association.
Making spaces for sport and the arts
Dismore, H., Wellard, I. and Bailey, R. 2006. Making spaces for sport and the arts. in: Atchison, C., Richards, G. and Tallon, A. (ed.) Urban Transformations: Regeneration and Renewal in Leisure and Tourism Eastbourne Leisure Studies Association.
Transcending the heteronormative in sport: masculine sporting identities, sexuality and in/exclusive practices
Wellard, I. 2009. Transcending the heteronormative in sport: masculine sporting identities, sexuality and in/exclusive practices. in: Liotard, P. (ed.) Sport, homosexualites, homophobie Editions Quasimodo.
Sexuality and youth sport
Wellard, I. 2011. Sexuality and youth sport. in: Dagkas, S. and Armour, K. (ed.) Inclusion and Exclusion through Youth Sport London Routledge.
Girls and physical activities: a summary review
Bailey, R., Wellard, I. and Dismore, H. 2005. Girls and physical activities: a summary review. Education and Health. 23 (1), pp. 3-5.
Sport, masculinities and the body
Wellard, I. 2009. Sport, masculinities and the body. London Routledge.
Exploring the limits of queer and sport: gay men playing tennis
Wellard, I. 2006. Exploring the limits of queer and sport: gay men playing tennis. in: Caudwell, J. (ed.) Sport, Sexualities and Queer/Theory London Routledge. pp. 76-89
'A shock of electricity just sort of goes through my body': physical activity and embodied reflexive practices in young female ballet dancers
Wellard, I., Pickard, A. and Bailey, R. 2007. 'A shock of electricity just sort of goes through my body': physical activity and embodied reflexive practices in young female ballet dancers. Gender and Education. 19 (1), pp. 79-91. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540250601087793
Able bodies and sport participation: social constructions of physical ability for gendered and sexually identified bodies
Wellard, I. 2006. Able bodies and sport participation: social constructions of physical ability for gendered and sexually identified bodies. Sport, Education and Society. 11 (2), pp. 105-119. https://doi.org/10.1080/13573320600640645
Men, sport, body performance and the maintenance of 'exclusive masculinity'
Wellard, I. 2003. Men, sport, body performance and the maintenance of 'exclusive masculinity'. Leisure Studies. 21 (3-4), pp. 235-247. https://doi.org/10.1080/0261436022000030641
A systematic review of evidence for the potential of live sites to generate community and public health outcomes
Weed, M., Dowse, S., Chatziefstathiou, D., Lovell, J., Mansfield, L. and Wellard, I. 2010. A systematic review of evidence for the potential of live sites to generate community and public health outcomes. Dover National Health Service.