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Publication 2021: Decolonizing autoethnography in kinesiology: Towards decolonial water education
Section 1: Publication
Woodworth, S., & Fusco, C.
Decolonizing autoethnography in kinesiology: Towards decolonial water education
The Journal of School & Society, 7, 91-110
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Woodworth, S., & Fusco, C. (2021). Decolonizing autoethnography in kinesiology: Towards decolonial water education, The Journal of School & Society, 7, 91-110.
Section 2: Abstract
This paper is presented as a decolonizing autoethnography, a critical self-reflection of Stephanie Woodworth’s positionality as a White settler woman from Dryden, Ontario and graduate student in a kinesiology faculty at a large Canadian university. The paper is assisted by Caroline Fusco, an Irish woman who immigrated to Canada in 1990. Prior to coming to Canada, she did not know the full histories of Indigenous peoples in North America and now acknowledges that she is a guest on this land and is privileged to live, work, and play on the traditional territories of First Nations peoples. She was Woodworth’s faculty supervisor during her master’s degree and guided Woodworth in early conceptions of the study, assisted Woodworth in her interpretations and writing for the defence of the thesis, and participated in critical revisions for this paper’s publication draft, and in the final submission of the document.
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Section 4: Computed Information
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