American Journal of Sports Science
Volume 2, Issue 3, May 2014, Pages: 56-64
Received: Mar. 5, 2014;
Accepted: Apr. 15, 2014;
Published: May 10, 2014
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Mohammad Javadipour, Psychology & Education, Tehran University, Tehran, Iranian
Monireh Ali, Physical Education Organization (PEO), Tehran, Iranian
Rezvan Hakimzadeh, Psychology & Education, Tehran University, Tehran, Iranian
The purpose of this research is to describe and diagnose Iran Sport For All status and to design a model. The population of the research includes: Sport For All Federation managers, its strategic Council members, its sub sport Associations and Sport For All provinces Units. TO benefit the experts and authorities' point of view effectively, a questionnaire within the framework of the federation strategic plan content was designed and sent to the target population including: different federations and associations managers, the provinces sports units and the federation strategic Council members. A five –level Likert scale (strongly agree /agree/ neutral/ disagree/ strongly disagree) was designed. After Investigating and analyzing the results; regarding a Pathological view and approach; Sport For All strong & weak points, treats and opportunities (SWOT) were recognized. Then considering the proportion of Sport For All processes role to the other sports and its relationship with procurement, management and processing control components and culture & religious values, Iran Sport For All development model was designed noticing sport management scientific structure, processing structure and its relationship with other sports and macro management circles for macro policy-making, planning and procurement & executive levels.
Designing Iran Sport for all Model, American Journal of Sports Science.
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