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Research outputs: LEISURE TIME
2018 Mapping participation of disabled youth in sport and other free-time activities to facilitate their livelihoods development
The benefits of engaging in sport and other free-time activities empower youth to learn social and life skills. There is little research evi...
What do we know about undergraduate students' experiences of university and campus life beyond the curriculum, and the role of such experien...