Women fighters as agents of change: A Brazilian jiu jitsu case study from Finland
Kavoura, A., Chroni, S., Kokkonen, M., & Ryba, T. (2015). Women fighters as agents of change: A Brazilian jiu jitsu case study from Finland. In A. Channon, & C. Matthews (Eds.), Global perspectives on women in combat sport. Women warriors around the world (pp. 135-152). Palgrave Macmillan.
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