Running in pain: An autoethnography of power, coercion and injury in a coach-athlete relationship

Running in pain: An autoethnography of power, coercion and injury in a coach-athlete relationship
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Running in pain: An autoethnography of power, coercion and injury in a coach-athlete relationship
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This autoethnographic research investigates the psychological and social dimensions of a training relationship from the athlete's perspective. Autoethnography is an approach that draws on extremely personalised biographical accounts in which authors inform stori

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  • Title: Running in pain: An autoethnography of power, coercion and injury in a coach-athlete relationship
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