The use of public sports facilities by the disabled in England

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Kung, Shia Ping; Taylor, Peter;

<p>Disabled sports participants are a small proportion of sports participants at English public sports centres; but they are important to the social inclusion agenda. This paper aims to provide a detailed insight into the preferences and behaviour of disabled sports par... View more
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