|Title:||Elite rugby union coaches' interpretation and use of Game Sense in Australia and New Zealand : an examination of coaches' habitus, learning and development|
|Authors:||Evans, John Robert|
Faculty of Education and Social Work. School of Policy and Practice.
|Keywords:||Coaching (Athletics) -- Australia|
Coaching (Athletics) -- New Zealand
Coaching (Athletics) -- Psychological aspects
Sports -- Study and teaching
Physical education and training -- Study and teaching
|Publisher:||University of Sydney|
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|Department/Unit/Centre:||Faculty of Education and Social Work. School of Policy and Practice.|
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|Type of Work:||PhD Doctorate|
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