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Constraints of Indian women participation in games and sports

Author(s) Dr. Avvaru Balasekhar
Country India
Abstract Female of 18 - 22 aged groups and psycho- social and socio-economic status do face a number of constraints in pursuing physical recreation activity. The problem under investigation was a study on the constraints of women participation in sports in India. The present paper aimed to study the constraints of female's physical recreation participation, and the relationship of perceived constraints and the level of participation between different education levels that was graduation and post- graduation. Two hundred and eight females aged 18 to 22 were invited to fill in the Physical Recreation Participation Questionnaire (PRPQ) to identify their perceived constraints and level of physical recreation participation. Results indicated that there were certain constraints factors, such as psychological constraints, accessibility constraints and time constraints, more related to the constriction in female physical recreation participation. When analyzing the constraint dimensions with different status towards participation frequency, the result was not necessary negatively related. The population under this study was college women who were studying Degree and post graduates in the Arts, Science under Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapuramu, Andhra Pradesh, India. Sample was thousand women of 25 colleges were selected randomly. There has been lack of encouragement from the parents and family members. Statistically significant differences (p<05) were found in the awareness factors (F=4.70, p<05), accessibility factors (F=2.81, p<05), and time factor (F=3.41, p<05) among different physical recreation participation frequency groups.
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Published In Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023
Published On 2023-11-13
Cite This Constraints of Indian women participation in games and sports - Dr. Avvaru Balasekhar - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8911
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