Social Interaction between Students with and without Disabilities in General Physical Education: A Chinese Perspective

Jing Qi

North Minzu University

Ms. Qi Jing was born in Inner Mongolia of China in 1979. Ms. Qi Jing got the Certificate in Laboratory Medical Science in Bao Tou Medical College in 1999. Ms. Qi Jing served as the Civil Servant for a Government Personnel Office in Wu Hai. She then studied at the Tian Jin University of Sport and graduated with a Master of Education in Sports Sociology in 2006. Ms. Qi Jing then joined the faculty of Physical Education at the Ning Xia University as a lecturer. Ms. Qi Jing has graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in Education from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in December, 2012.  Now Dr. Qi Jing is working at North Minzu University.


Based on the social model of disability, this study examined the social interactions between students with and without disabilities in general PE in the Chinese context and identified contextual factors that may determine... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Jing Qi (North Minzu University)
  2. Wenhong Xu (Ningxia University)
  3. Lijuan Wang (Shanghai University of Sport)

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• Innovative perspectives on physical education, physical activity, health and wellbeing a


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