International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences
2018, Vol. 3 Issue 2, Part H
Analysis of English print media portrayal status towards male and female players
AUTHOR(S): Geeta and Dr. Kultaj Singh
The present study is comparative in nature, based on a quantitative content analysis of all the sports news and articles that covers games and sports during summer Olympic 2016 and Commonwealth Games2018 in two daily English newspapers of India. The names of two daily newspapers are The Hindu and The Tribune in English language. The Hindu and The Tribune in English language was collected for entire event days and five days before starting the event and five days after completion of event were taken. The summer Olympics 2016 lasted for 16 days so data collection was made for 26 days (five days prior and five days post event) and The commonwealth games 2018 lasted for 10 days so data collection was made for 20 days (five days prior and five days post event), The value of mean and median for the Demographic Factor male in English media portrayal are in close proximity to each other therefore the distribution is near to normal. Both the values of skewness and kurtosis lie within the permissible limits of chance fluctuation. Since the distortion is negligible, data can be taken as normal. The value of mean and median for the Demographic Factor female in English Media Portrayal are in close proximity with each other which shows that the distribution is quite near to normal.
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How to cite this article:
Geeta, Dr. Kultaj Singh. Analysis of English print media portrayal status towards male and female players. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2018;3(2):501-502.