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Sportscience Department: Kyambogo University
it is expected that by the end of the course you produce one research paper. Therefore take up one of the topics below
Students doing research consider doing some of these topics for your work
- The professionalization of sports coaching in Uganda-Myth or reality?
- The professionalization in Uganda soccer: An analysis.
- Drugs in sports: The amateur Ethos in a professional world?
- Professionalization and bureaucratization of sports organizations.
- The changing social Body as a background for changes in women’s sports practice.
- Social class and physical education in primary schools: a comparative study of physical education in two urban primary schools.
- Golf and social class. A barrier to participation.
- Soccer league: an insight into the marketing and finances of clubs since the 1990’s
- An investigation into the relationship between the mass media and the commercialization of contemporary sport.
- Disabled people in sport: barriers and breakthroughs. The case of …………….
- An investigation into the degree of inequality in co-educational physical education with relation to the female gender.
- The development and significance of sport in the Deaf community.
- The development of sport for the disabled community
- The development of doping in sports
- A sociological examination of drugs in sport in Uganda
- The role of sport in the development of women’s body image
- An investigation into the degree of inequality in co-educational physical education with relation to the female gender
- Muslem Women in sports. A case study of Kyambogo University
- Past, present, and future: a sociological overview of women’s football in Uganda
- The phenomenon of Aerobics and bodybuilding: the involvement of women
- A review of issues of Educational Equality and Equitity with particular reference to Girls' physical Education in Urban schools
- The status of women in sport and in Representative sport in Uganda
- A study on the presentation of women in Sport by the media
- The participation of Female in school physical Education and Sport
- An Examination of the Gender Inequalities in sport in Uganda
- Sport, Exercise and Health in Uganda
- The consequences of sport upon the Physical Health of people
- Health-related exercise and lifelong participation:a sociological analysis of a "marriage of convenience" in Physical Education
- An investigation into the Relationship between the Mass media and the commercialization of contemporary Sport
- Sport and Nationalism- A case study of Sports federations and associations in Uganda
- Gender Stereotypes in sport and physical activity in Uganda
- Physical Education and Islam: a Field study Investigation into an Interface of Cultures
- The participation of female in School Physical Education and Sport- a case study in Northern Uganda
- A Study of Uganda Secondary School Head Teachers Attitude Towards Physical Education
- Sport and Leisure; comparison between the secular society and the religious in the state of Uganda.
- Sport as a career. Case study.........
Other research topics
- Prevalence of drug abuse and its effects on participation in recreational activities of students of Kyambogo university
- Effects of Ergogenic Aids on performance of athletes: The case of Uganda National Boxers.
- Evaluation of physical fitness levels of Male and Female Volleyball players of KYU.
- An investigation into fitness levels KYU Askaris.
- Assessment of injuries incurred by Basket-ball players of KYU
- Assessment of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders and conditions of secretarial staff at KYU.
- Recreational trends of lecturers in Public University; The case of lecturers of KYU
- Description of the features and benefits of Ndere Troupe Dancers of Kampala-Uganda
- Investigation into the awareness and participation of lecturers of KYU in fitness programs
- Factors affecting Youth's participation in sports, Leisure and recreation activities: The case of sports science students of KYU
- Factors influencing the participation in sports, leisure and Fitness programs:The case of sport science students of KYU
- Security in the sporting Arena: The case of Wankulukuku stadium, kampala
- Influencing of facility location and accessibility on participation in Recreational activities by students/staff of KYU and neighbourhood.
- Factors influencing utilization of selected sport and recreational facilities at KYU
- Safety of sports facilities at KYU
- Assessment of availability, use and maintainance of fitness equipment in a hotel-based health club: The case of hotel Africana, kampala.
- Investigation into causes of wrangles in FUFA: The perceptive of National soccer players
- Strategies of promoting Racket games at KYU
- The role of the Media in promoting sports in Uganda
- Evaluation of the fitness programme at Colline hotel, Mukono
- Challenges facing the promotion and development of swimming in Uganda: The case of the National team.
- Investigation of career opportunities in sports and recreation facility management: The case of Namboole or Nakivubo stadium
- Leadership in Handball team of KYU
- Factors affecting Marketing strategies for a children's Recreation climb: The case of Kabira club
- Assessment of knowledge and attitude of female students towards Women football at KYU
- Attitude of Female students' participation in sports: The case of female students at KYU
- Bank employees' perception of Recreational sports in reducing work-related stress: Case of Stanbic, KYU
- Attitude of KYU Muslim students towards sports participation.
- A survey on knowledge and attitudes about HIV/AIDS among sports coaches in Uganda
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