The myth of a 'fair go': Barriers to sport and recreational participation among Indian and other ethnic minority women in Australia
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- Dixon, Marlene A., 2009. "From Their Perspective: A Qualitative Examination of Physical Activity and Sport Programming for Working Mothers," Sport Management Review, Elsevier, vol. 12(1), pages 34-48, February.
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KeywordsWomen Ethnicity Sport Level playing field Social inclusion Indian;
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