2017, Vol. 2, Issue 2
Women participation in games and sports with multi-dimensional hindrance: Evidence from Manipuri Meitei-Pangal Women of India
Author(s): SM Farooque, L Sailo and Sangita Chakraborty
The participation of women in the field of sports gradually increased all over the world. But there is still a controversy regarding to it, since the degree of participation varies from place to place and region to region. For instance, in the context of Meitei-Pangal community, it is still being an ambivalence. Meitei-Pangal is a Muslim community of North-eastern state of Manipur, India. The study is based on the primary Survey, 50 female Meitei-Pangal women students from various colleges of Manipur who are pursuing higher studies were selected as a subject for the present study. This study attempts to find out the influence of parental attitude, community environment attitude, tradition, attire and personal attitudes towards the participation in game and sports. The subjects selected for the study were those who have not participated in sports. To ease the study, the investigator applied Women Sports Problem Inventory (WOSPI) while collecting the data. Four points Linkert Scale has been used for data analysis. The paper reveals the parental attitudes to be the most influential constraint comparatively to the community, tradition and personal constraint.
Pages: 2045-2050 | 272 Views 40 Downloads
How to cite this article:
SM Farooque, L Sailo, Sangita Chakraborty. Women participation in games and sports with multi-dimensional hindrance: Evidence from Manipuri Meitei-Pangal Women of India. Int J Physiol Nutr Phys Educ 2017;2(2):2045-2050.