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Research by TC's Laura Azzarito Highlights Differences in How Young People See Their Own Bodies

Feeling comfortable and confident in sport, health, or PE can be very difficult for some young people who can be seen as a 'risk' of becoming obese. Young people from ethnic minorities, especially girls, are more likely to be physically inactive and unhealthy.
Laura Azzarito, Associate Professor of Physical Culture & Education, says schools could use PE time to help students think critically about the messages they receive concerning body, health and physical activity.

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Published Friday, Mar. 1, 2013

Research by TC's Laura Azzarito Highlights Differences in How Young People See Their Own Bodies

Laura Azzarito, Associate Professor of Physical Culture & Education, says schools could use PE time to help students think critically about the messages they receive concerning body, health and physical activity.

Read the Full Story Here   |    Read the Original Research the Article is Based on Here

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