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Sport and gender and New Zealand

Jane and James Ritchie once asked: “Why is it that our society always segregates organised sport on gender lines? There are a few exceptions, such as mixed doubles in tennis, but they are of low status. We should note that … Continue reading

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“FOUCAULT’S HETEROTOPIA AND CHILDREN’S EVERYDAY LIVES”

Another interesting looking article that caught my eye is one that adopts Foucault’s concept of ‘heterotopias’ to analyse the construction of childhood. The author, Sara McNamee, introduces her thoughts in this way: “Jenks (1996) has argued that childhood is constructed … Continue reading

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