| Published: August 04, 2021
A Study on Ambivalent Sexism and Sport Emotion among NRIs (Non-Resident of India) and Non NRIs
Sexism in India is not just about the hugely unfair things that happen. It is also the “small things” which work ominously in the background and need our attention. We probably overlook casual, everyday sexism more than we give into it. Precompetitive emotion is characteristic of athletes. It is a central feature of many sporting events. The study aims to study ambivalent sexism and port emotion among NRI and non NRI adolescents. Although results the present study shows that there is no significant difference between ambivalent sexism and sport emotion among NRI and non-NRIs, ambivalent sexism was found more among non-NRIs and sport emotion was found more among NRIs.
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© 2021, Pulickal P S
Received: May 11, 2021; Revision Received: July 22, 2021; Accepted: August 04, 2021
Published in Volume 09, Issue 3, July- September, 2021