Dr. Diana Parry
TitleCited byYear
Leisure spaces as potential sites for interracial interaction: Community gardens in urban areas
KJ Shinew, TD Glover, DC Parry
Journal of leisure research 36 (3), 336-355, 2004
3272004
Building relationships, accessing resources: Mobilizing social capital in community garden contexts
TD Glover, DC Parry, KJ Shinew
Journal of Leisure Research 37 (4), 450-474, 2005
2632005
Association, sociability, and civic culture: The democratic effect of community gardening
TD Glover, KJ Shinew, DC Parry
Leisure Sciences 27 (1), 75-92, 2005
2322005
Understanding the relationship between race and leisure activities and constraints: Exploring an alternative framework
KJ Shinew, MF Floyd, D Parry
Leisure Sciences 26 (2), 181-199, 2004
2092004
Contextualizing leisure research to encompass complexity in lived leisure experience: The need for creative analytic practice
DC Parry, CW Johnson
Leisure sciences 29 (2), 119-130, 2007
1542007
Friendships developed subsequent to a stressful life event: The interplay of leisure, social capital, and health
TD Glover, DC Parry
Journal of Leisure Research 40 (2), 208-230, 2008
1012008
“We wanted a birth experience, not a medical experience”: exploring Canadian women's use of midwifery
DC Parry
Health care for women international 29 (8-9), 784-806, 2008
992008
Examining college students’ participation in the leisure pursuits of drinking and illegal drug use
KJ Shinew, DC Parry
Journal of Leisure Research 37 (3), 364-386, 2005
892005
A third place in the everyday lives of people living with cancer: Functions of Gilda's Club of Greater Toronto
TD Glover, DC Parry
Health & place 15 (1), 97-106, 2009
852009
The role of leisure in women's experiences of menopause and mid-life
DC Parry, SM Shaw
Leisure Sciences 21 (3), 205-218, 1999
781999
‘Mary, mary quite contrary, how does your garden grow?’: examining gender roles and relations in community gardens
DC Parry, TD Glover, KJ Shinew
Leisure studies 24 (2), 177-192, 2005
762005
Work, leisure, and support groups: An examination of the ways women with infertility respond to pronatalist ideology
DC Parry
Sex Roles 53 (5-6), 337-346, 2005
672005
Women's leisure as resistance to pronatalist ideology
DC Parry
Journal of Leisure Research 37 (2), 133-151, 2005
672005
“There is Life after Breast Cancer”: Nine Vignettes Exploring Dragon Boat Racing for Breast Cancer Survivors
DC Parry
Leisure Sciences 29 (1), 53-69, 2007
592007
Fostering social justice through qualitative inquiry: A methodological guide
CW Johnson, DC Parry
Routledge, 2016
582016
The contribution of dragon boat racing to women's health and breast cancer survivorship
DC Parry
Qualitative health research 18 (2), 222-233, 2008
582008
Leisure research for social justice: A response to Henderson
DC Parry, CW Johnson, W Stewart
Leisure Sciences 35 (1), 81-87, 2013
572013
Play‐group politics: A critical social capital exploration of exclusion and conformity in mothers groups
CM Mulcahy, DC Parry, TD Glover
Leisure Studies 29 (1), 3-27, 2010
502010
Women's lived experiences with pregnancy and midwifery in a medicalized and fetocentric context: six short stories
DC Parry
Qualitative Inquiry 12 (3), 459-471, 2006
502006
The “patient patient”: The trauma of waiting and the power of resistance for people living with cancer
CM Mulcahy, DC Parry, TD Glover
Qualitative Health Research 20 (8), 1062-1075, 2010
442010
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