Perceptions of constraints to recreational sports participation :a case study of the University of the Western Cape (UWC) undergraduate female students
Solomon, Ghebremedhin Asihel
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The effects of attitudes and perceived constraints on behavior and the choices females make about involvement in recreational sports, exercise, and other physical recreation activities are important to consider if females physical, social, and emotional quality of life is to be enhanced. The main aim of this study was to explore the perception held by female undergraduate students at UWC regarding the physical and socio-cultural constraints that influence their participation in recreation sport.