Designing a Model of Good Sport Governance in Iran
Paper ID : 1711-12THCONG
1دانشگاه پیام نور
The main purpose of this study is to design a model of optimal sport governance in Iran. To achieve this goal, a qualitative approach to data theory was used and in-depth interviews were conducted with elites in the field. Interviews continued in a purposeful and snowball manner and were eventually achieved after interviewing 25 theoretically saturated individuals. Finally, the data from the interviews were analyzed through three stages of open, axial and selective coding. At the open coding stage, the results from the identified tags and by further analyzing the findings from the open coding, finally replaced the six main categories in the axial coding paradigm. These included causal conditions, contextual conditions, interventionist conditions, pivotal phenomena, strategies, and outcomes. In the category of causal conditions, the concepts derived from the coding of the signs indicate the eight main categories of "developmental governance", "efficient administrative structure", "institutional knowledge-based", "rule of law", "morality", "Sport institution excellence" is "robust economics" and "institutional interaction". In this study, according to the theoretical sensitivity, researcher studies, and opinions of the interviewees and the conditions of the country, "meaningful rationality", "hope for the future" and "escaping now" were selected as the reasons for the implementation of good governance in the sport of Iran and the central category. In the context of the context, six main categories were identified as "security", "rationality", "cohesive democracy", "efficient judicial-legal system", "knowledge-based environment" and "participatory commitment". The four main categories of "social order", "globalization", "culture" and "socio-economic stability" were classified as interfering factors. In the Strategies section, six general categories of "trust building", "institutionalism", "structural hegemony", "economic gravity" and "institutional synergy" and "humanism" were identified. Finally, considering the causal factors affecting the central category, as well as the provision of bedding and reinforcement, or in some cases removing the interfering factors affecting strategies and the correct implementation of strategies, there are 8 consequences for the sport of the country. These include the "stakeholders' satisfaction", "nongovernmental participation", "high efficiency", "open society", "structural cohesion" and "sustainable economy in sport", "environmental awareness" and "social capital" under the two categories. "Democratic rule" was mentioned.