International Journal of Entrepreneurship (Print ISSN: 1099-9264; Online ISSN: 1939-4675)


Women in Saudi Arabia Sport, Rights & Public Spaces

Author(s): Laila Fathi Alkilani

Globalization has had both positive and negative effects on women in KSA. On the positive side, KSA has joined the worldwide elite sporting scene, most eminently through steady pace toward 2030 vision. This world-class level movement has been joined by pressure for KSA to build support of women competitors. KSA has reacted by devoting impressive assets to women games and Saudi ladies have been unmistakably highlighted in ongoing athletic occasions. Simultaneously globalization has unleashed destruction on the soundness of Saudis, including wild diabetes and obesity rates that are the most elevated in the area and among the most elevated on the planet. One methodology to build ladies' action levels Saudi authorities have voiced is that the women contending in the Arab Games and the Olympics are filling in as good examples. These female competitors have been unmistakably included in the nearby media, to urge ladies and young ladies to take part in customary physical movement. To learn if these new good examples are in fact affecting female occupants of KSA. After the examination of the findings, the researcher talks about her suggestions for open approach in KSA. At this historic point in the development of elite female athletes in KSA, the research gives a portion of the principal exact evaluation of the impact good examples might be having on women and young ladies in KSA.

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