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Zeynab Mondalizadeh, Habib Honari, Javad Shahlaee,
Volume 2, Issue 3 (8-2012)

The purpose of this study is survey of existing and desirable status in Iran’s entrepreneurial in sport from the view point of sport experts. This study is descriptive­_ analytic one and was conducted as a survey and statistical sample consisted of 64 subjects including: physical education organization top managers and sport management professors. Data collected by interviews and research designed questionnaire. Its reliability (&alpha=.96) is obtained after its validity confirmation (by professors).  Information was collected by Kolmogorov- smirnov, Chi square, Friedman and dependent T tests. Research findings showed that there is a significant difference between existing and desirable statues entrepreneurship strengths in sport (t=11.469, p&le.001), weaknesses (t=-11.554, p&le.001), opportunities (t=-14.073, p&le.001) and threats (t=-11.231, p&le.001).SWOT analysis showed that entrepreneurial place in sport of Iran was placed in peaceful position. In conclusion, it can be said that WT strategies should be applied with attention to the existing status of entrepreneurship in the field of entrepreneurship in sport.
Karim Beglar, Mohammad Hossein Alizadeh, Mohammad Khabiri, Farshid Tahmasebi, Benyamin Ghelichpoor Dashliboroon,
Volume 3, Issue 6 (12-2013)

Introduction: Injury is common incident in most of the sports and games. There are many reasons for the factors incident of injuries, the psychological aspect can be considered as one of them. Method: The aim of present study was to examine the relationship between psychological skills and severity of injuries in football players of Tehran premier league. 108 players of Iran premier league participated in the study. Research data was collected by injury report form and Ottawa mental skills assessment tool-3. Pearson correlation test at significant level of 95% were used for analyzing the data. Results: 90.7 % of them resulted in 1-3 days missing of match or training and there is inverse and significant relationship between psychological skills and its subdivisions (P=0/0001) and severity of sport injuries in football players. Conclusion: The findings of present study show that having high levels of psychological skills helps premier league players to handle stressful situations in sports through enhancing self-confidence and other psychological factors confronting harmful psychological factors such as stress and anxiety and lead to decrease in injury severity. 
Abolfazl Alizadeh Golrizi, Vahid Saatchian, Alireza Elahi,
Volume 3, Issue 6 (12-2013)

The purpose of this study was comparison among of Fans loyalty motivation, supportive career and attendance in Iran’s popular soccer pro league clubs (Persepolis, Esteghlal, Teraktorsazi and Sepahan). The design applied in this research was descriptive-correlation.  The populations were whole pro league soccer fans in competition between Persepolis and Sepahan (with 55000 populations) and Esteghlal and Teraktorsazi (80000 populations).  So according to the Morgan sampling table in fires match 381 fans and in the second one 384 fans were selected and questionnaires distributed among them. Based on review of pervious literature by Jallai, T (2008) questionnaire were used. Questionnaire reliability was confirmed by factor analysis, related masters and professional, and validity in a primary study by Cronbach’s alpha (0.81). The results showed that team interest and club affiliation were two important loyalty motivations and escape and socializing were the least important motivations to fans. Also in rate of important motivations there were significant differences in sense of club affiliation, socialization, escape from reality and normal routine, football knowledge, exciting games, win proxy, club management, the impact of others and non-interest (players, color, name and logo) among clubs Fans. Indeed Persepolis & Esteghlal fans in compare to other teams had a long history (more than 11 years) in supporting (Fandom career) their clubs through different periods. Finally according to the results, it seems that this research could give some guidance for club managers to attract more fans about fans loyalty factors.
Dr Vajholah Ghorbani Zadeh, Mr Hosein Alizadeh, Mr Sajad Khani, Mr Ali Mohamadi,
Volume 5, Issue 10 (12-2015)

The present study has examined the effect of psychological capital on organizational citizenship behavior. This is a case study with cross-sectional design and questionnaire as research method. Statistical population was the formal and contract staff of the Ministry of Youth and Sport (N=210 Employees). The data related to psychological capital and organizational citizenship behavior variables are gathered via Luthans et al. (2007) and Podsakoff et al. (1994) standard questionnaires. The reliability of the standard questionnaire was measured by CR and AVE tests and the validity of that was measured  by confirmatory factor analysis via Smart PLS Software. The questionnaire distributed among 160 employees that those selected randomly. Data analyzing was performed by Smart PLS and XLSTAT via structural equations method (SEM). The results show that psychological capital has a positive and meaningful impact on organizational citizenship behavior. We also showed that the most impact of dimensions of psychological capital on organizational citizenship behavior (R2:0.35) is made by altruism dimension.

Mr Moosa Alizadeh, Dr Mehrdad Moharram Zadeh, Dr Alireza Elahi,
Volume 9, Issue 17 (9-2019)

The aim of this study was to determine the effect of perceived value on loyalty and purchase behavior of Spectators. This study was a correlation research and in from field study. The study population consists of all spectators Tractor Club. Data was collected by 3 questionnaires. This questionnaires consist perceived value(sweeny,2008), loyalty(Mahoony,2000) and purchase behavior(2008) that after review of face and content validity by the sport marketing experts, questionnaires was applied in a pilot study and their reliability was confirmed by Cronbach’s alpha test (0.82, 0.88 & 0.74) was approved. In addition, construct validity (factor analysis) of the measurement tool was confirmed using Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) and Structural Equation Model (SEM). Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics (Frequency, Mean and Standard deviation) and inferential statistics (Pearson correlation test, K-S, leven, simple linear regression, structural equation modeling). The results showed that among the perceived value, loyalty and purchase behavior, positive significant relationship exists. Generally about 35% of the variance of Loyalty and about 31% of the variance of the components of the consumption behavior could be determined by Perceived Value. Therefore, the club managers simply due to this factor can cause the greater satisfaction of spectators in the stadium and the resulting profit achieved for the club.
Habibeh Ghate, Mahboub Sheikhalizadeh,
Volume 9, Issue 18 (12-2019)

The present study aimed to investigate the effects of electronic word of mouth (e-WOM) advertising on the sports customers' purchase intention with emphasis on the mediator role of consumer’s involvement. 270 sport customers voluntarily filled out the Bambauer-Sachse and Mangold electronic word of mouth advertising (2011), McQuarrie's consumer involvement (1992) and the Diallo (2012) and Park et al purchase intention (2008) questionnaires. Structural equation modeling (SEM) in software Lisrel 8.51 was used to analyze the data. The results showed that the electronic word of mouth advertising had a significant direct effect on the purchase intention (γ=0.22; p<0.05) and the consumer involvement (γ=0.70; p<0.01). The Findings prove the positive moderation role of involvement on the relationship between electronic word of mouth (e-WOM) advertising and purchase intention. According to results of model analysis the modified model had good fit (CFI=0.94; RMSEA=0.077; χ2/df=2.60). In conclusion, we can say that electronic word of mouth (e-WOM) advertising can have a great impact on the individual knowledge about products and consumer involvement in them, and it can thus affect consumers' purchase intention by provision of a large volume of information in a short time.

Leily Alizadeh, Mohammad Taghi Aghdasi, Vali Alizadeh,
Volume 11, Issue 21 (7-2021)

The aim of this study was to investigate the psychometric properties of Persian version of exercise dependence scale, prevalence of exercise dependence and some related factors in male and female athletes clubs of Urmia. Subjects of this research were 325 athletes in the sample (206 males; 119 females, mean age 28.06±8 years) various team and individual sports (team sports N= 195, individual sports N=130) in the form of voluntary and available attend in this study. Hausenblas and Downs (2002) exercise dependence scale 21 with seven subscale was the instruments of the study. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis was used to determine validity of questionnaire, and Cronbach's alpha coefficient was used to determine internal consistency. The results showed that the validity of exercise dependence scale 21 is desirable. Also the results showed that in this study the prevalence of exercise dependence between men and women population is not very different from each other and exercise dependence in individual sports is twice to team sports. Since exercise dependence may exist among a wide range of athletes, therefore, in order to address the adverse effects of this factor, it is necessary to examine the underlying causes and trying to modify it. 

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