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Fatih Agduman
Ataturk University
Deniz Bedir
Erzurum Technical University
Erzurum Technical University
Erzurum Technical University
Erzurum Technical University
Vol. 9 Núm. 3 (2023), Artículos Originales, páginas 490-512
Enviado: sep 14, 2022 Aceptado: may 21, 2023 Publicado: sep 1, 2023
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La agresión de los fanáticos es un problema social que afecta a muchos clubes deportivos en todo el mundo. Debe ser manejado en todas sus dimensiones para prevenir agresiones individuales y sociales en ambientes deportivos. El estudio tiene como objetivo examinar los factores que afectan los niveles de agresión de los aficionados al fútbol. La muestra del estudio estuvo compuesta por 909 personas, 474 hombres y 435 mujeres. Además del formulario de información personal, se utilizaron como herramientas de recolección de datos el "Cuestionario de agresión de Buss-Perry" y la "Escala de fanatismo por el fútbol". Se utilizó el análisis de correlación producto-momento de Pearson para determinar las relaciones entre las variables, y se utilizó el análisis de regresión lineal múltiple para examinar el poder predictivo de las variables independientes sobre la agresión. Además, se realizó la prueba T de muestras independientes para comparar la agresión en términos de género. Los resultados muestran que la agresión predice positivamente el fanatismo, negativamente la identidad del equipo, la edad y el nivel educativo. Además, se observó que los hombres exhibían altos niveles de agresión física y verbal, mientras que las mujeres tenían altas identidades de equipo. Como resultado, se puede decir que el fanatismo, la identidad del equipo, la edad, el nivel educativo y el género son los principales predictores de agresión (40%).

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