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Title: Physical Literacy and Intentionality: Embodied Beckoning
Author(s): Durden-Myers, Elizabeth J
Bartle, Gillian
Whitehead, Margaret E
Dhillon, Karamjeet K
Issue Date: 2022
Date Deposited: 2-May-2022
Citation: Durden-Myers EJ, Bartle G, Whitehead ME & Dhillon KK (2022) Physical Literacy and Intentionality: Embodied Beckoning. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 92 (9), pp. 42-49.
Abstract: The purpose of this article is to explore the interconnectedness between physical literacy, intentionality and the notion of embodied beckoning. We coin the term ‘embodied beckoning’ to explain our innate transactional relationship and desire as human beings to explore the world through movement, and how the environment also calls us to move. We draw upon a range of perspectives including post-humanism, social-materialism, and Deleuzian theory and explore how these paradigms may enable us to continue to blur the lines between mind and body, self and environment, and view human embodiment, interaction, and intentionality more holistically.
DOI Link: 10.1080/07303084.2021.1977744
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