2021, Vol. 8, Issue 1, Part D
Perception of feminist issues on unacceptability of coach’s behaviour and unwanted experience in games and sportsAuthor(s):
Aakif Javaid and Dr. Manoj PathakAbstract:
The majority of research on unwanted sexual experiences has been conducted in family, workplace, and educational settings. Research in the sport context is still scarce but has grown steadily since the mid-1980s with qualitative and quantitative research addressing various aspects. These aspects include terms and definitions of different types and degrees of unwanted sexual experiences, descriptions of athletes’ experiences, reported prevalence of different types of unwanted sexual experiences, the identification of causes and risk factors, and descriptions or proposals of prevention and intervention policies (Brackenridge, 2001 for a comprehensive overview of this research).
Hence the research scholar was keen interested to undertake the present study stated as “Perception of Feminist issues on unacceptability of coach’s behavior and unwanted experience in games and sport”. This chapter aims at summarizing the matters of the proceeding chapters. The main purpose of the study was to explore the perception of unwanted sexual harassment by the female athletes to the male coaches and also to compare the extracted four sub factors between the intercollegiate and interuniversity student athletes. Pages: 200-202 | 353 Views 12 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Aakif Javaid, Dr. Manoj Pathak. Perception of feminist issues on unacceptability of coach’s behaviour and unwanted experience in games and sports. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2021;8(1):200-202.