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标题:Event participation and advocacy: assessing the role of affective commitment and perceived benefits
时间:2021-07-28 21:52:47
DOI:10.1080/10548408.2020.1722783
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目录:
  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Study setting and conceptual background
    • Recurring community sport event
    • Event participation and satisfaction
    • Exchange relationship perspective versus communal relationship perspective
    • Perceived benefits
  • Hypotheses development
    • The effect of event satisfaction on event affective commitment
    • Direct and moderating effects of perceived benefits on event affective commitment
    • The effect of event satisfaction on event advocacy
    • The direct and interaction effects of perceived benefits on event advocacy
    • The effect of event affective commitment on event advocacy
    • Moderated mediation hypothesis
  • Methodology
    • Survey procedure and data collection
    • Measures
  • Analysis and results
    • Profile of the sample
    • Conditional process analysis– dual moderated mediation
  • Discussion and implications
    • Theoretical implications
    • Practical implications
  • Limitations and suggestions for future research
  • Disclosure statement
  • ORCID
  • References

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