Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
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‘We thought you were undercover, here to inspect us’ – Some of the Challenges of Ethnographic Fieldwork in Schools (University of Wales Press, 2016-11-01)This paper provides an insight into the challenges associated with conducting ethnographic fieldwork in a primary school and a secondary school in south Wales. Drawing on personal reflections and experiences, it provides ...
(SAGE Journals, 2015-09-01)The well-being of young people is of considerable concern with many initiatives targeting the health behaviors of this population. Educators are among the professional groups being challenged to understand, evidence, and ...
The psychological characteristics of performance under pressure in professional Rugby Union referees (Human Kinetics Journals, 2016-12-01)This study used qualitative methods to explore the stressors, appraisal mechanism, emotional response, and effective/ineffective coping strategies experienced by elite rugby union referees during pressurized performances. ...
(Human Kinetics, 2017-09-12)This study explored stakeholders’ perceptions of Welsh adolescent rugby union participation. A Straussian grounded theory approach (Corbin & Strauss, 2008) was adopted and data collection was conducted via semi-structured ...
Analysing the media discourses surrounding DJs as authentic performers and artists within electronic dance music culture magazines (Taylor & Francis Group, 2017-06-26)This paper critically analyses how the media construct, consolidate and perpetuate discourses surrounding DJs as artists. It explores representations of their status and roles in a selection of dance music magazines (Mixmag ...
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