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'You don't have fun if you are not with your friends' : what students say about participating in physical education

Forsyth, Stuart and Mutrie, Nanette and Rowe, David and Mcnally, James and Lowry, Ruth (2011) 'You don't have fun if you are not with your friends' : what students say about participating in physical education. In: AISEP International Association for Physical Education in Higher Education, 2011-06-22 - 2011-06-25. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

This paper discusses what students say about participating in physical education.