A sociocultural perspective as a curriculum change in health and physical education
Adolescents' perception of the relationship between movement skills, physical activity and sport
Barnett, Lisa, Cliff, Ken, Morgan, Philip, van Beurden, Eric
Attitudes and beliefs of nonspecialist and specialist trainee health and physical education teachers toward obese children: evidence for "anti-fat" bias
Lynagh, Marita, Cliff, Ken, Morgan, Philip J.
Biopower and the "civilisation" of children's bodies in a preschool bathroom: an Australian case study
Cliff, Ken, Millei, Zsuzsa
Confusing and contradictory: considering obesity discourse and eating disorders as they shape body pedagogies in HPE
Cliff, Ken, Wright, Jan
Disciplinary power and the production of the contemporary 'healthy citizen' in the era of the 'obesity epidemic'
The preschool bathroom: making 'problem bodies' and the limit of the disciplinary regime over children
Millei, Zsuzsa, Cliff, Ken
What does a 'sociocultural perspective' mean in health and physical education
Cliff, Ken, Wright, Jan, Clarke, Deb
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