Training or education? Negotiating a fuzzy line between what “we” want and “they” might need

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Douglas, K; Carless, D;
(2008)
  • Publisher: Multi-Science Publishing

In this article, we reflect on what we consider to be an over-reliance among many in golf – including coaches, sport psychologists, and governing bodies – on a training-dominated vocabulary. To do so, we adopt a narrative approach to explore: i) the kinds of stories whi... View more
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