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Cultural and attitudinal similarities - female and disabled individuals in sports and athletics



Cultural and attitudinal similarities - female and disabled individuals in sports and athletics



Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance 59(9): 80-83



Female and disabled athletes are not different from able-bodied males in attaining the benefits and competitive desires from sports and athletics. The difference lies in the limitations imposed on them by the stagnated traditions and unchanging negative attitudes of society.

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