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Pedagogies, Physical Culture, and Visual Methods
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Laura Azzarito is an Associate Professor of Education and Physical Culture at Teachers College, Columbia University, USA. Her visual research examines the links among young people's construction of the body, identity, and inequality issues from a pedagogical and sociocultural perspective. David Kirk is Alexander Chair in physical education and sport at the University of Bedfordshire, UK. His research includes analyses of photographs as a dimension of curriculum history. He continues to develop his earlier work on popular physical culture and the social construction of the body in and through physical education and youth sport.
Introduction - Laura Azzarito PART I Physical Culture and Visual Pedagogies in School 1. Inquiry through the visual: The body, physical activity, and adolescent girls - Kimberly Oliver 2. Empowering high school girls as media consumers/producers: Engaging in activist research through visual methods - Jennifer L. Fisette and Theresa A. Walton 3. Slights, cameras, inaction: using flip cameras in cooperative learning to explore girls' (dis)engagement in physical education - Victoria A. Goodyear, Ashley Casey, and David Kirk 4. From media images to body narratives: Photo elicitation as a method for exploring embodiment - Adriana Katzew and Azzarito Laura 5. Rejecting the weak Asian body: boys visualising strong masculinities - Joanne Hill 6. "Speaking for themselves" through digital photography: The re-making of South Asian girlhood in "home-made" physical culture - Laura Azzarito PART II Physical Culture and Visual Pedagogies beyond School 7. Out of focus: Sport media. Women athletes, and media literacy - Sally R. Ross, Katie Sullivan Barak, and Vikky Krane 8. Sport, gender and development: On the use of photovoice as a participatory action research tool to inform policy makers - Lysanne Rivard and Claudia Mitchell 9. What did I do-see-learn at the beach? Surfing festival as a cultural pedagogical sight/site - Lisa Hunter 10. Learning from YouTube - Mikeal Quennerstedt 11. "The Stuff I do": Children's views of and meaning assigned to physical activity - Kevin Patton and Melissa Parker 12. Young people as curators of physical culture: A metaphor to teach and research by - Eimear Enright 13. Visualizing the social landscape of high school Waka Ama and the apotheosis of visual ethnography - Clive C. Pope 14. The Moving in My World project: A museum exhibition of physical culture for "real people in real places" - Laura Azzarito