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harmful experiences of children participating in organised sport in the UK
focusing in particular on emotional harm. A convenience sample of 6,124
young people (age 18-22) completed an on-line survey about their
experiences of sport as children (up to age 16); 89 follow-up telephone
interviews were conducted. The article provides information about the
emotional harm of children in sport and the context within which it occurs.
It provides some evidence of a sporting culture where emotional harm is
widespread at all levels of sport and commonly experienced by children of
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- 2 Finished
Stafford, A. & Alexander, K.
1/09/07 → 30/08/10
Project: Research Collaboration with external organisation
1/04/06 → 31/03/10