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dc.contributor.authorHenhawk, Daniel 19:11:54 (GMT) 19:11:54 (GMT)
dc.description.abstractThis study is a qualitative examination of my lived experiences and the lived experiences of my immediate family in sport. Using critical race theory (CRT) as my guiding theoretical framework, this research project answers Denzin’s (2003) call to advance “a radical performative social science” that “confront[s] and transcend[s] the problems surrounding the colour line in the 21st century” (p.5). As such, the purpose of this project was to explore issues of race, culture and power within our lived sport experiences and to present these experiences in such way so as to unpack the tensions associated with being an Aboriginal person living in today’s Canadian society.en
dc.publisherUniversity of Waterlooen
dc.subjectCritical Race Theoryen
dc.subjectPerformance ethnographyen
dc.subjectAboriginal sport participationen
dc.subjectIndigenous methodologiesen
dc.titleAboriginal participation in sport: Critical issues of race, culture and power.en
dc.typeMaster Thesisen
dc.subject.programRecreation and Leisure Studiesen and Leisure Studiesen
uws-etd.degreeMaster of Artsen

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