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- 43Alberta Centre for Active Living
- 5Berry, T. R.
- 4Berry, Tanya R.
- 4Spence, John C.
- 2Bell, R.
- 2Chan, C.
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- 3Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation
- 2Centre for Health Promotion Studies
- 2Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine
- 3Courneya, Kerry (Physical Education and Recreation)
- 2Carson, Valerie (Physical Education and Recreation)
- 2Senthilselvan, Ambikaipakan (Public Health Sciences)
- 1Ball, Geoff D.C. (Pediatrics)
- 1Bell, Rhonda (Agriculture Food and Nutritional Science)
- 1Berry, Tanya (Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation)
A comparative study of the determinants of physical activity, sedentary behaviours and dietary intake among Korean children in Korea and CanadaDownload
Background: The rising trends in youth physical inactivity are universal, especially among ethnic minority youth populations. Even though reduced physical activity levels and increased sedentary behaviours have influenced the current epidemic of overweight and obesity in children, little...
The purposes of this dissertation were to examine the relationship between weight stigma and physical activity (PA) from the perspective of women with obesity and investigate strategies that may reduce the impact of PA-related weight stigma. I conducted three studies to address these objectives. ...