Title

Gender effects on sports viewing.

Poster Number

26

Format

Poster Presentation

Abstract/Artist Statement

We tools a. sack of 628 college students from both Delta Community College and University of the Pacific of me Pacific campuses to test whether or not gender plays a role in affecting how people feel about men and women being equally allowed to play the same sports. We collected data from each student in the form of a survey. The survey consisted of a variety of issues such as demographic information, emotional intelligence, self-esteem and individual variables. The responses I will be studying will be taken from the demographic information as well as the individual variable section. I will then conduct a t-test to find any correlation between the two variables. I anticipate that females and males will feel differently about men and women being allowed to play the same sports. I think that females will be more likely and males less likely to think that they should be equally allowed to play the same sports. I also anticipate that females will be more likely than males to enjoy watching women play the same sports that men play.

Location

Pacific Geosciences Center

Start Date

26-4-2003 9:00 AM

End Date

26-4-2003 5:00 PM

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Gender effects on sports viewing.

Pacific Geosciences Center

We tools a. sack of 628 college students from both Delta Community College and University of the Pacific of me Pacific campuses to test whether or not gender plays a role in affecting how people feel about men and women being equally allowed to play the same sports. We collected data from each student in the form of a survey. The survey consisted of a variety of issues such as demographic information, emotional intelligence, self-esteem and individual variables. The responses I will be studying will be taken from the demographic information as well as the individual variable section. I will then conduct a t-test to find any correlation between the two variables. I anticipate that females and males will feel differently about men and women being allowed to play the same sports. I think that females will be more likely and males less likely to think that they should be equally allowed to play the same sports. I also anticipate that females will be more likely than males to enjoy watching women play the same sports that men play.