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International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society, 2017, 1(1); doi: 10.25236/IJNDES.00014.

Research on Qiu Jin's sports thought


Jiangyong Gong, Lu Li

Corresponding Author:
Jiangyong Gong

School of Sports Science, Nantong University, Nantong, Jiangsu, 226019, China


Qiu Jin is one of the important leaders of the modern Chinese women's sports industry. It is a revolutionary man with high morale, full of feminine poets, and a sportsman who has a lot of sports skills. She put forward the military martial arts sports thought, to promote the combination of school sports and military training, pointed out that the modern Chinese sports and military training combination of quality; female three from the four German feudal concept was broken, against women wrapped around the foot; to promote women's movement, Break the restrictions on women's participation in the movement, enrich the content of modern Chinese women's sports, and establish a spirit of fear of sacrifice, tenacious struggle. Her sports ideology and related sports research to improve the development of sports thought has great reference value, the future development of sports has a great role in guiding the promotion of modern Chinese women's sports played a huge role.


women's sports; foot-binding; Qiu Jin

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Jiangyong Gong and Lu Li. Research on Qiu Jin's sports thought.  International Journal of New Developments in Engineering and Society (2017) Vol.1, Num.1: 49-52.


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