“It’s not just part of my life, it is my life”: The paradoxical identities of a community judo coach
AffiliationLiverpool John Moores, University of Chester
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AbstractThe aim of this chapter is to explore coaching identities and present a case study that captures the everyday realities and multifaceted roles a community judo coach undertakes. In doing so, it provides a platform to explore and discuss the identities exhibited; evaluate practice within contextually different settings to present a realistic appraisal of coaching in the “field.”
CitationRyrie, A., & Lafferty, M. E. (2019.) “It’s not just part of my life, it is my life”: The paradoxical identities of a community judo coach. In L. Gale & B. Ives (Eds.), Coaching in the Community: Developing knowledge and insight. Manchester, United Kingdom: Manchester Metropolitan University.
PublisherManchester Metropolitan University
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