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‘I like the “outernet” stuff:’ girls’ perspectives on physical activity and their environments

As observed globally in many other aspects of daily life, the gender gap is very much present in physical activity, with males engaging in higher levels of physical activity on average than females. This study takes a material feminist approach to explore girls’ perspectives on the features of their everyday environments that support or inhibit […]

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HEALYAC Meeting 4

During meeting 4, the Human Environments Analysis Laboratory discussed the importance of research ethics with our council. As an introduction, our council watched the documentary, “Three Identical Strangers.” The documentary talked about the famous ‘The Neubauer twin experiment’ and  consequences of conducting a study without ethical standards. The HEAL-YAC later engaged in a group discussion […]

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