Volume : II, Issue : XII, December - 2013

The Role of Involvement and Attachment in Predicting Intention to Repeated Participation in Charity Sport Events

Polatidou Panagiota, Balaska Panagiota, Polatidou Georgia, Alexandris Konstantinos

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Charity sport events constitute a dynamic type of sport events. The aim of the present study was to explore the role of involvement and activity attachment as predictors of intention to repeated participation in charity sport events. Members of a UK charity took part in the survey. Kyle, Graefe, Manning and Baconís (2004) questionnaire was used to measure involvement and Funk and Jamesí (2006) questionnaire was used to measure attachment. Results revealed three dimensions for involvement and three dimensions for attachment. A hierarchical regression analysis was used to predict the intention to re–participate at the charity sport events. The dimensions of involvement predicted 13,7% of the variance in the intention variable [(F (3,107) =5.68, p<.001)] and the dimensions of activity attachment increase the prediction of intention to 24,3% of the variance [(R2 =.106, F change (3,104)=4.84, p<.005)]. The present study could help charities n their efforts to develop this area in the future.  

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PROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF OUTCOMES OF OPERATED SUBAXIAL CERVICAL SPINE INJURIES, Rahul Kumar Singh, Chhewang Topgia, Abhishek Pandey GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-9 | Issue-7 | July-2020


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