All the publications listed below should be available from the British Library via your local library.
Archer J & McDonald M (1990)
Gender roles and sport in adolescent girls, Leisure Studies, 19(3), pp225-240.
Cale L (1996)
An assessment of the physical activity levels of adolescent girls - implications for Physical Education, European Journal of Physical Education, 1(1) pp46-55.
Findings of a study which looked at the physical activity levels of a group of adolescent girls aged 11-14 to ascertain whether they were meeting one of the recent Physical Activity Guidelines for Adolescents.
Evans J, Davies B & Penney D (1997)
Making progress? Sport policy, women and innovation in physical education, European Journal of Physical Education, 2(1) pp39-50.
Considers whether the arrival of a national curriculum will help promote the interests of girls and women in PE and sport in schools.
Flintoff A (1996)
The British Journal of Physical Education, Spring 1996, pp21-23.
'We have no problems with equal opportunities here...we've got mixed changing rooms!'
Flintoff A (1990)
The British Journal of Physical Education, 21(4) pp408-411.
Equal opportunities, assessment and the National Curriculum in physical education: part 1
Flintoff A (1990)
Sport in school: who teaches it?, Sport and Leisure, Jul/Aug pp18-19.
A report on the fact that although women pioneered PE teaching, the single sex PE college is now a relic of the past, and therefore the role of women within the PE profession is examined.
Graydon J (1997)
G Clarke & B Humberstone, Researching Women and Sport, Macmillan, London.
Self confidence and self esteem in Physical Education and Sport
Head-Rapson B & Williamson D (1993)
Girls' participation in primary school soccer, The British Journal of Physical Education, 24(2), pp25-26.
Study initiated by the FA to determine the depth of interest amongst girls from selected Primary schools in one county for football participation.
Kirtley P & Burton J (1990)
Shaping up for the future, Leisure Manager, 10(8) pp33-34.
Outline of a scheme which is geared towards attracting teenage girls to participate in physical recreation, run by Sedgefield District Council.
Macintosh M (1992)
Scottish Journal of Physical Education, XX-3 Dec, pp4-7.
Physical Education and its contribution to education in the 1990s: personal and social development and gender issues.
Miller B (1996)
'Muscles, Sweat and Make-Up' How women and girls risk their social dignity in order to play their sport, The British Journal of Physical Education, Spring 1996, pp13-15.
Considers the relationship between feminism, female sexuality and female sporting activity.
Miller B (1992)
The National Physical Curriculum and Femininity: breaking the mould or continuing the trend? The British Journal of Physical Education, 23(1), pp31-32.
Milosevic L (1996)
Pupils' experience of PE, questionnaire results, The British Journal of Physical Education, Spring 1996, pp 16-20.
Results of a study carried out in Ireland on gender in PE.
Scraton S (1992)
Shaping up to womanhood. Gender and girls' physical education, Open University Press, Buckingham.
Examines the history of women's physical training, girls' experiences of physical education and wider issues of gender in education.
Scraton S (1986)
Gender and girls' physical education, The British Journal of Physical Education, 17(4), pp145-147.
Findings of research conducted into gender and physical education in order to develop a feminist critique of physical education for girls.
Talbot M (1996)
Gender and National Curriculum Physical Education, The British Journal of Physical Education, Spring 1996, pp5-7.
Talbot M (1986)
Gender and physical education, The British Journal of Physical Education, 17(4), pp120-122.
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