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Title: The Major Factors Affecting Women Football Participation; the Case of Some Clubs in Addis Ababa
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Dr. Tesfaye Asgedom
Biniyam, Addisu
Issue Date: Apr-2012
Publisher: Addis Ababa University
Abstract: The reason why the researcher of the study chose this title is that he realized that the number of women football clubs in Addis Ababa city administration is less than that of men. In both subtle and explicit ways, women face many barriers to participating in football, which prevent women and girls from reaping the many benefits that can be gained from playing football and engaging in physical activity. Around the world, women encounter discrimination and stereotyping. Women athletes receive lower levels of media coverage, and are subjected to sexist and derogatory language in the media and from people in their communities. ABSTRACT The study employed a descriptive survey method and it was conducted in four/4/ women’s football clubs found in Addis Ababa city administration. These samples were selected by simple random and purpose selected technique. The subject of the study was 20 female football players, 4 coaches, and 4 club managers. The information was obtained from sample respondents through questionnaires and interviews .the data were analyzed using percentage. In addition, information complementing the data obtained by means of questionnaires. Depending on the finding of the study valuable recommendation were made for the stake holders and concerned bodies in order to work on solving those factors occurred.
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