The Status of Physical Education in Muslim Countries Compared to Saudi Women’s Physical Education

Volume 4, Issue 2, Article 7 - 2018

Authors: Badr A. Fallatah;Seham M. Khan;Hong. Seok-Pyo;Yousun Ko

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Abstract

Recently in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia very specific changes have been made to enable female population of the country to take part in physical activities. Saudi Arabia needs to follow the women's physical education curriculum in Bahrain and Qatar, which has been systematized ahead of Saudi Arabia in the main development for the development and modernization of women's education. This will bring remarkable growth to the Saudi Arabian women's future. But this new resolution faces criticism and resistance by a certain category of the population, fearing that it will impact in the religious side, whereas Saudi society is an Islamic society. Therefore, this study will investigate how education system can be effect on physical activity of women’s school in Saudi Arabia as well as how to develop female education

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Badr A. Fallatah;Seham M. Khan;Hong. Seok-Pyo;Yousun Ko (2018) The Status of Physical Education in Muslim Countries Compared to Saudi Women’s Physical Education
المجلة الدولية للدراسات التربوية والنفسية Vol 4 (2) 297-302