عنوان مقاله [English]
The main objective of this research was making a comprehensive model of Olympic education for Iran. This study used qualitative method and was performed by grounded theory. Purpose population of this study includes all elites who are elite in education and research about Olympic movement. These elites included executives and executives, champions and coaches participating in the Olympics, and scholars and faculty members. In this research, both theoretical and snowball sampling was used. Data were collected by 19 Semi-structured interviews. The findings of study included five categories of causal conditions, intervening conditions, contextual conditions, strategies and consequences were presented in the form of Strauss and Corbin’s coded pattern. Overall, this research by hhighlighting the status of the Olympic education in Iran and the development of the Olympic education model in Iran, show that Olympic education in Iran can be performed by some strategy include educational, cultural, championship and advertising.
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