Gender differences on the effect of CSR engagement on team attitude and loyalty: a case study of a professional soccer club in Korea Online publication date: Wed, 24-Feb-2016
by Ki Tak Kim; Dae Hee Kwak; Kathy Babiak
International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing (IJSMM), Vol. 16, No. 1/2, 2015
Abstract: The current case study examines the gender differences on the effect of perceived CSR engagement on attitude and re-attendance intention toward a professional sport team. Spectators at a professional soccer game (N = 380) in Korea participated in the study and a multiple group analysis was conducted between male and female participants. Findings show that perceived CSR engagement had a significant effect on re-attendance intention mediated by team attitudes. Interestingly, gender moderated the effect of perceived CSR engagement on team attitude, in the opposite direction from existing literature. For instance, CSR effects on attitude was greater for males than females, indicating that the link between a sport team's socially responsible initiatives and team attitude would be stronger for male spectators than female counterparts. Implications and directions for future research are discussed.
Online publication date: Wed, 24-Feb-2016
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