Achievement inconsistency among women athletes / Malisa Mohd Mohayudin

Mohd Mohayudin, Malisa (2004) Achievement inconsistency among women athletes / Malisa Mohd Mohayudin. Degree thesis, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM).


Participating in sports also has been found to increase young women's self esteem. A sport also confers academic benefits. They need to comparable opportunities to develop their leadership skills through team sports. Expanding sports opportunities for women will help achieve the feminization of power in all realms. Women can encouraged exercising by parents' influence. Parents can help by insisting schools provide equal facilities and opportunities to their daughters. The percentage of Malaysian women athletes taking part in sports has increased over the years. Government Ministries encourage the participation among them. Besides that, private sectors also encourage the women participation with organize sports meets regularly. However, Malaysian women still lag behind Malaysian men in year sporting activities especially the level of excellence achieved. The factors which can make this problem happen are in terms of exposure in the print and electronic media, where's women get far less coverage than men. And because of less coverage, women athletes difficult gain the sponsorship. The other factors such psychological factors which can make women athletes stress or feel depression, health factors especially menstruation problems, socio cultural factors which involved marriage, religion and socialization problems and finally the study and career advancement. All the factors above will make an inconsistency achievement among women athletes.


Item Type: Thesis (Degree)
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Mohd Mohayudin, Malisa
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Hambali, Anisah
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GV Recreation. Leisure > Sports > Athletic contests. Sports events
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam > Faculty of Sport Science and Recreation
Programme: Bachelor of Sport Management
Keywords: women, athletes,
Date: 2004
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