Joueuse de rugby de première division : une activité dangereuse ?

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JONCHERAY, Hélène ; Tlili, Haïfa (2010)
  • Publisher: De Boeck Supérieur
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3917/sta.090.0037
  • Subject: image | [SHS.SPORT.SHPS] Humanities and Social Sciences/Sport/Human, political & social sport sciences | [ SHS.SPORT.SHPS ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Sport/Human, political & social sport sciences | rugby | [ SHS.SPORT ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Sport | danger | [ SHS.SOCIO ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Sociology | [SHS.SPORT] Humanities and Social Sciences/Sport | [SHS.SPORT.DS] Humanities and Social Sciences/Sport/Sports | danger. | [SHS.SOCIO] Humanities and Social Sciences/Sociology | joueuses | [ SHS.SPORT.DS ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Sport/Sports | rugby union | women

International audience; This paper is about women’s rugby union and dangerousness, two themes which are oftenassociated. Indeed, when women say they play rugby a lot of people instantly think about danger. Theresearch is based upon 197 questionnaires filled out by rugby... View more
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