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Seeing is believing: telling the ‘inside’ story of a beginning masters athlete through film

Abstract
This paper is about how a previously inactive woman with little or no experience of playing sports became a masters athlete at 65 years of age. The authors explore how visual methods as a different way of knowing can be used to enhance our current theories and practical knowledge about older adults' experiences with sport and exercise. How data were gathered and analysed through film and how film was used to represent experience are described. Additionally, the authors offer their perspective on some challenges and/or ethical issues researchers may face when visual methods are used.
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Journal Article
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Kluge, M.A., Grant, B.C., Friend, L. & Glick, L. (2010). Seeing is believing: telling the ‘inside’ story of a beginning masters athlete through film. Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 2(2), 282-292.
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2010-07
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Routledge
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