The embodiment of religious culture and exclusionary practices in youth sport.

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Dagkas, S. and Benn, T. 2010. The embodiment of religious culture and exclusionary practices in youth sport. in: Dagkas, S. and Armour, K. (ed.) Inclusion and Exclusion through Youth Sport London Routledge.
AuthorsDagkas, S. and Benn, T.
EditorsDagkas, S. and Armour, K.
Year2010
Book titleInclusion and Exclusion through Youth Sport
PublisherRoutledge
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Place of publicationLondon
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