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Am I Bovvered? A participative action research study to develop, implement and evaluate physical activity interventions with girls. Phase One report

By Jenny R. Billings, Ferhana Hashem and Jan Macvarish

Abstract

The "Am I Bovvered?" project is a two-year study aiming to develop, implement and evaluate sustainable exercise-based interventions with girls aged 11-15 years in order to improve their engagement in regular physical activity. The study took place in three phases that corresponded with the project‟s main aims:\ud \ud The aims of the first phase of the study were to: Explore factors that motivate and create barriers to 11-12 and 14-15 year old girls engaging in regular physical activity (Phase One)

Topics: LB1603, LB2361, RJ101
Publisher: Centre for Health Services Studies
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:kar.kent.ac.uk:24248

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