Design and Explain News Policy Model in Sport Newspapers to Promote Sport for All

Taher Roshandel Arbatani, Aliakbar Farhangi, Mehdi Fooladi

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The research area of this article is media policy in general and news policy particularly. So far little has been done in this field of academic studies. Researcher attempted to answer the main question of this study which is designing a model on Effective mechanism of news policy-making in order to promote sport for all. Using grounded theory study effective policy model of Sports news in newspapers has been designed. Data collection of this research is based on Depth interviews and structured interviews and data analysis was three coding (open, axial and selective). During this reassert 10 managers and editors sports as well as experts in the field of media and news, were interviewed, more than 350 original code, 100 code secondary, 30 conceptual codes 13 categories was found ,which  were classified into 6 classes and formed various components of the policy model of sports news in the newspaper. The first part of model was the lack of appropriate infrastructure in order to promote sport for all which was selected as (Causal conditions), Confounding condition (Efforts of Institutions responsible for sports for all) and field of this study (comprehensive public document sports sponsorship), were other components of this model. The final component of the model was the classification categories, and in fact consequence of implementation this model is reducing the cost of public health.


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