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Freaky is just how I get down investigating the fluidity of minority ethnic feminine subjectivities in dance



Freaky is just how I get down investigating the fluidity of minority ethnic feminine subjectivities in dance



Leisure Studies: 3, 311-327



This article addresses a lacuna of research into minority ethnic young women's leisure participation by specifically focusing on the experiences and embodied subjectivities of two ethnic young women participating in dance. In the context of a qualitative research study based in an American inner-city, post-structural theory is used to signal the operation of intersecting racial, ethnic, gender, and class discourses and power relations.

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Accession: 031498222

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DOI: 10.1080/02614360802018780


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