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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Personal Score : Playing to Please
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'By queertime she grew restless and could not see what was in front of her. She felt rootless and lived alone; her friends were not family. Through this depression, she bought a new duck-feather pillow and ten-kilogram weights, and did what she had done since she was young: structured her life through football.'  (Publication abstract)

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    y separately published work icon Griffith Review Our Sporting Life no. 53 July 2016 9885565 2016 periodical issue

    'At a time when sport is under scrutiny like never before, this collection maps and examines how sport is located at the heart of contemporary debates about race, gender, violence and corruption. Barely a week goes by, it seems, without some new violation of socially accepted standards of behaviour. Our sporting bodies, players and administrators are increasingly vigilant and accountable; the wrong phrase at the wrong time can lead to a massive loss of sponsorship dollars.' (Editorial introduction)

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