The purpose of this study was to investigate Develop a relationship model between diversity management and burnout and the ethical commitment of sports reporters. The present study was a descriptive correlational study. The statistical population of the present study consisted of all active sports journalists in the country, whose number was estimated at about 250 people. According to Morgan's table, 162 people were selected as available as a research sample. To measure burnout, from the standard Maslach (1991) burnout questionnaire, to measure participants' moral commitment from the Hashemi Moral Commitment Scale (2016) and to measure diversity from the William Millstreed Diversity Management Questionnaire (2007) used. After verifying the form and content validity by ten experts and the construct validity was distributed and collected using the fit of the assessment model and determining the reliability (Cronbach's alpha/85). Frequency distribution tables were used for statistical description of data. Structural equations were also used to check the communication model. The results showed that burnout and moral commitment of sports reporters were average. Also, there was a negative and significant relationship between diversity management and burnout of sports reporters and a positive and significant relationship between diversity management and moral commitment of sports reporters and diversity management was predicted by burnout and moral commitment of sports reporters and had an acceptable fit model. Given these results, it is important to pay attention to diversity management to prevent burnout and improve the ethical commitment of sports reporters.
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