The sociological analysis of married professional womens participation in physical education in guangzhou city

Por: He Bing e Yun Weiuizhong.

Athens 2004: Pre-olympic Congress

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The Chinese government’s political implementation of the policy of the equality of men and women in the past fifty years, which helped 80,000,000 professional women take an active role in the fields of politics, economy, culture and professional women, the research of the professional women especially the married the professional women was still rare.


The source of the material for this paper was questionnaire survey sampling 480 professional women from eight work units of eight districts in Guangzhou city. Our paper centers on the purpose of its study and follows the principles of gradual sampling and conception.


The popularization of married professional women’s participation in physical education is rather low. Many women are sick with different education, paid a lot of contributions to the cause of socialist construction. In recent years, a great deal of study of theoretical ideas and experience has been made in the field of women’s participation in the physical education in the field of women’s participation in the physical education but the special study of diseases. The main obstacle to their participation in sports is their spare time and the pressure from their feelings of physical education and the many roles they have to act in society. They often have too many things to take care of at the same time, which leads to a conflict between different parts. This is called ‘difference of parts’.

Discussion/ Conclusions

We appeal to the society to create a better environment for married professional women to participate in physical education with men’s understanding and support.


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