This episodes gives an introduction and overview of phenomenology.
The podcast is delivered by Dr. Colum Cronin (@columcronin) who is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Education and Sport Coaching at Liverpool John Moores University. The theory breakdown is cut from Episode 44 which breaks down the article titled: "Lived experience and community sport coaching: A phenomenological investigation” it was published in 2015 in Sport, Education and Society.
Colum has a blog: www.consideringcoaching.wordpress.com
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66: The Norwegian PE Curriculum
65: Contact Theory Breakdown w/Dr. Cathy McKay
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64: Apprenticeship, academia and administration with Dr. Ann MacPhail.
63: Understanding the Inclusiveness of Integrated Physical Education w/Dr. Haegele
62: Sport-based recreation to address social inequity w/Dr. Peter Elsborg
61: Ethnic Minority Female PE Teachers in predominately white settings w/ Dr. Simon
60: Who's Michel Foucault and how does his work relate to HPE w/Håkan Larsson
59: Illegitimate Bodies in Legitimate Times: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Movement
58: Research on race and ethnicity with Dr. Harrison & Dr. Langston Clark
57: Dr. Louis Harrison
56: Looking back at 15yrs of PE in the USA w/Dr. Dauenhauer
55: A year in review and summary of podcasts
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53: Career Reflections of a Senior Scholar: Steve Silverman
52: How to talk about race when you identify as white
51: Exploring Future Research in PE: Espousing a Social Justice Perspective
50: Teaching non-normative bodies: Simulating visual impairments w/ Dr. Maher
49: AIESEP Breakdown: What is it and why is it so cool?!
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