Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2018)

Gender And Feminism In Sports :Motivation And Interests Of Women Chosing FIK UNIMED

Authors
Sri Astuti, Nurhayati Simatupang, Rahma Dewi
Corresponding Author
Sri Astuti
Available Online December 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/aisteel-18.2018.68How to use a DOI?
Keywords
gender; feminisme; sport and motivation
Abstract
Assuming that motivation and interest is the influence of a person in doing something, this research examines the motivation and interest of women choose Facilty of Sport Science (FIK) UNIMED. Besides, this research conducted in 2018 also identifies the motivation and interest of female students who influence to choose FIK UNIMED. This study aims to determine the motivation and interest of female students in decision making to choose FIK UNIMED.This study uses a grounded research method. Research conducted based on data which will then be formulated based on the data obtained.FIK is identical to men and people who enter FIK tend to be styled like men because sport is always associated with courage, violence and strength. These women chose FIK because of their interest in becoming a physical education teacher and parental support. They were also at first sports athletes so it added to their motivation to choose FIK as the level of education they would take. Female students who choose FIK are the choices that are of interest to them because they have the foundation as athletes and support from parents to become physical education teachers.
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