Document Type : Research Paper


1 Assistant Professor at Jahrom University

2 M.S sport management, Azad University branch of Larestan


Sport with the ethical approach in society today is a necessity that can guarantee the survival and development of it. The aim of this research was to identify the Iranian wrestler's morality elements, due to the charisma of wrestling in Iran. This research was mixed and its statistical population was in two sections include of expert of this area and then the wrestlers selected, the experts were chosen purposefully and wrestlers were randomly selected. The research instrument was a Delphi-elite questionnaire, which was completed with appropriate reliability and validity by statistical sampling and analyzed by SPSS and LISREL software. The results showed that ethics in an Iranian wrestler could include four components of self-respect, opponent, wrestle and society. Self-respect includes doping, body health, mental health, respect for the opponent, including shuffling, patience and observance, respect for the wrestle, including mastership, philosophy, the rule of law and respect for the community including supporters, media familiarization and help Was local. Therefore, a wide range of ethics over time can be embedded in an athlete, which can be examined by the relative or absolute nature of the ethical and normative indicators of existence or absence of it over time and place. Iranian wrestlers, based on the philosophy of the wrestle in the heart of the history and culture of the country, which is a source of paradise, combines a broader range of morals, which is referred to as a sporting moral model.


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