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AbdolBaghi M, nikbakhsh R, PoorSoltani Zandi H, Safa Nia A M. Compiling superstition prevalence model among football fans in ISM method. HASES 2022; 2 (3) :315-323
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1- PhD Student, Department of Sports Management, Azad University, Science and Research Branch, Tehran, Iran.
2- Associate professor of Sport management department, Islamic Azad university, South Tehran branch, Tehran, Iran , NIKBAKHAH_REZA@yahoo.com
3- Assistant Professor of Sports Management, Payame Noor University, Karaj, Iran.
4- Professor, Department of Sports Management, Azad University, Research Sciences Branch, Tehran, Iran.
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Present research is considered applied-developmental in its objective and qualitative concerning the research nature of data, and the research design was the interpretative structural model (ISM). In order to gather data, semi-structured in-depth interviews with experts in the consumer behavior domain, selected by theoretical sampling, have been utilized. The statistical population includes all sports managers, sports specialists, and fans, and sampling continued until theoretical sufficiency was achieved. After research completion, results were sent to two participants, and their opinions were approved by identifying indices related to football fans' superstitious behavior to draw the interpretative- structural model of factors influencing football fans' superstitious behavior. The result indicated the level of dependence and influence power of each index according to which individual characteristics and environmental conditions in the region under the influence include inculcation index in the autonomous region (independent) and indices of relief, the transmission of evil, coercion, and deterrence in the dependent region.
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Sport Managment
Received: 2022/03/21 | Accepted: 2022/06/20 | Published: 2022/09/1

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