Effect of the intervention ‘Deportigualízate’ on the attitudes towards equality of physical education professionals in training

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  • Marina Castro-García Universidade da Coruña
  • Cristina López-Villar Universidade da Coruña

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12800/ccd.v17i54.1944

Resumen

Recent studies show the need to include the gender perspective in the training of pre-service professionals in physical education and physical activity, as well as the scarcity of existing interventions in this field, specifically, in the Spanish context. The purpose of this article is, on the one hand, to present the intervention ‘Deportigualízate,’ an intervention based on the principles of critical feminist pedagogy in the context of Physical Activity and Sport Science (PASS) undergraduate program. On the other hand, to study its effect on the attitudes towards gender equality of pre-service professionals in physical education andphysical activity. To this end, a sample of 39 students from the PASS degree of the University of A Coruña participated in the study. A quasi-experimental design of two groups with pre-test and post-test was followed. Data was collected through the School Doing Gender/Teachers scale (Piedra, 2010). The results found show an improvement in the attitudes towards gender equality of the students participating in the intervention, concluding that ‘Deportigualízate’ has a positive effect on the profesional profile towards gender-sensitive teaching of PASS students.

Publicado

2022-12-02

Cómo citar

Castro-García, M., & López-Villar, C. (2022). Effect of the intervention ‘Deportigualízate’ on the attitudes towards equality of physical education professionals in training. Cultura, Ciencia Y Deporte, 17(54). https://doi.org/10.12800/ccd.v17i54.1944

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