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Symeon Dagkas
Symeon Dagkas
Professor of Sport, Physical Activity and Society
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Multiple voices: Improving participation of Muslim girls in physical education and school sport
S Dagkas, T Benn, H Jawad
Sport, Education and Society 16 (2), 223-239, 2011
2252011
Young Muslim women's experiences of Islam and physical education in Greece and Britain: a comparative study
S Dagkas, T Benn
Sport, Education and Society 11 (1), 21-38, 2006
2052006
Exploring social and environmental factors affecting adolescents' participation in physical activity
S Dagkas, A Stathi
European Physical Education Review 13 (3), 369-384, 2007
1962007
The Copenhagen Consensus Conference 2016: children, youth, and physical activity in schools and during leisure time
J Bangsbo, P Krustrup, J Duda, C Hillman, LB Andersen, M Weiss, ...
British journal of sports medicine 50 (19), 1177-1178, 2016
1892016
Embodied faith: Islam, religious freedom and educational practices in physical education
T Benn, S Dagkas, H Jawad
Sport, education and society 16 (1), 17-34, 2011
1662011
Children's engagement in leisure time physical activity: exploring family structure as a determinant
T Quarmby, S Dagkas
Leisure studies 29 (1), 53-66, 2010
1282010
Revitalizing the physical education social-justice agenda in the global era: Where do we go from here?
L Azzarito, D Macdonald, S Dagkas, J Fisette
Quest 69 (2), 205-219, 2017
1052017
Incompatible? Compulsory mixed-sex Physical Education Initial Teacher Training (PEITT) and the inclusion of Muslim women: a case-study on seeking solutions
T Benn, S Dagkas
European Physical Education Review 12 (2), 181-200, 2006
712006
Inclusion and exclusion through youth sport
S Dagkas, KM Armour
Routledge, 2012
692012
Young people’s embodiment of physical activity: The role of the ‘pedagogized’family
S Dagkas, T Quarmby
Sociology of sport journal 29 (2), 210-226, 2012
652012
Associations between children's physical activities, sedentary behaviours and family structure: a sequential mixed methods approach
T Quarmby, S Dagkas, M Bridge
Health education research 26 (1), 63-76, 2011
622011
Exploring teaching practices in physical education with culturally diverse classes: a cross‐cultural study
S Dagkas
European Journal of Teacher Education 30 (4), 431-443, 2007
592007
Problematizing social justice in health pedagogy and youth sport: Intersectionality of race, ethnicity, and class
S Dagkas
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 87 (3), 221-229, 2016
572016
Locating the place and meaning of physical activity in the lives of young people from low-income, lone-parent families
T Quarmby, S Dagkas
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 18 (5), 459-474, 2013
422013
‘Racialised’pedagogic practices influencing young Muslims' physical culture
S Dagkas, L Hunter
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 20 (5), 547-558, 2015
402015
Who has health problems?: Class, racialization and health
S Dagkas
Health Education, 75-86, 2014
372014
The Olympic Movement and Islamic culture: conflict or compromise for Muslim women?
T Benn, S Dagkas
International Journal of sport policy and politics 5 (2), 281-294, 2013
342013
‘Olympism’and education: a critical review
K Armour, S Dagkas
Educational Review 64 (3), 261-264, 2012
342012
“Is social inclusion through PE, Sport and PA still a rhetoric?” Evaluating the relationship between physical education, sport and social inclusion
S Dagkas
Educational Review 70 (1), 67-74, 2018
272018
Families, young people, physical activity and health: Critical perspectives
S Dagkas, L Burrows
Routledge, 2016
202016
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