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K. Andrew R. Richards, Kim C. Graber and Amelia Mays Woods

of physical education that prioritize males and White students. Building from this work, and imbued by her belief that an ethic of care should frame teaching ( Owens & Ennis, 2005 ), Ennis took the stance that there is a need for change in curriculum and pedagogy in physical education and developed

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Emily L. Mailey, Deirdre Dlugonski, Wei-Wen Hsu and Michelle Segar

young children—an “ethic of care” prevails . Leisure Sci . 2005 ; 27 ( 5 ): 405 – 420 . doi:10.1080/01490400500227308 10.1080/01490400500227308 41. King NA , Hopkins M , Caudwell P , Stubbs RJ , Blundell JE . Beneficial effects of exercise: shifting the focus from body weight to other

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Senlin Chen and Alex Garn

play, balance between competition and cooperation, and affiliation with the additions of learning peaceful conflict negotiation and resolution and personal and social responsibility, promoting equality and an ethic of care ( Ennis et al., 1999 ). Curricular structures hold students accountable for