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2016, Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part B

Women’s Judo in women’s higher education and prevention and management of injuries in Judo


Author(s): Sanjeev S Patil, Dr. AM Manjunatha, Dr. Kumara Swamy

Abstract: A women is the mother of civilization. Indian culture attaches much importance of this selection, therefore India has been symbolized as mother India keeping in view the exemplary qualities of women. But in civilized society uncivilized behavior were shown on her. Like Sexual exploitation:-ranging from inappropriate media coverage to intrusive sexualized touching. Academic exploitation:-parents made them choose their academic interests, Social exploitation:-forfeit their social lives and vacations for there rigid society, Physical exploitation:-Physical harassment is a common threat to their well-being, Psychological exploitation:-There rigid society and culture often reverted to both condescending, intimidating or coddling behaviors and goals. Under-representation in most of fields:-men believe either lacked qualifications or commitment, or were burdened with family responsibilities and women report unconscious discrimination on the part of males contributed to the underrepresentation. In this paper an attempt has been made to provide a solution for her problems in the society. Introducing JUDO self-defense game during her education life and this paper put’s light on some fact’s of women judo in early days of western countries and in Japan a history of judo, three principles of judo, techniques of judo, qualities of judoka, judo injuries reports of international judo federation, prevention and management of injuries Knowledge about the Reason for injuries, How can I avoid a sports injury? Principles of first aid, early intervention, assessing injuries, P.R.I.C.E.D. regime for soft tissue injury (sprains and strains), When to get help fast? What if RICE therapy is not sufficient? And Getting Back to Training. In conclusion this paper creates awareness and knowledge of above mentioned topic and recommends judo practice with full awareness of prevention and management of injuries and ideas like what higher education can offer to women in sports, what women judo can do in women higher education. Judo practice can provide appropriate qualifications and research, which effectively places as central, women’s interests and concerns, will help to change the culture of sport, society. Judo practice can assist in complementary ways the excellence in sport through effective health education ensure that students learn to respect their own bodies and those of others & to understand the consequences of different lifestyles, helping them to lead an active lifestyle and The few female judokas who have highly developed levels of athletic competence will be successful in this arena.

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How to cite this article:
Sanjeev S Patil, Dr. AM Manjunatha, Dr. Kumara Swamy. Women’s Judo in women’s higher education and prevention and management of injuries in Judo. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2016; 3(3): 69-72.
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