Questioning policy, youth participation and lifestyle sports

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King, Katherine; Church, Andrew;
(2014)

Young people have been identified as a key target group for whom participation in sport and physical activity could have important benefits to health and wellbeing and consequently have been the focus of several government policies to increase participation in the UK. L... View more
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