عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of identified factors of virtual social networks on social harms of users with sports activities during the lifestyle change caused by Covid-19. The present study is a descriptive-post-event research. The statistical population of the present study includes a group of cyberspace users who engaged in regular sports activities through cyberspace. Due to the unknown number of the statistical population, 384 cyberspace users with and without sports activities were selected using the Cochran table. The instrument used in the research was two researcher-made questionnaires that the validity of the content of the questionnaires was confirmed by 10 professors and specialists in management and sports sciences. The reliability of the questions in the present study was measured by Cronbach's alpha, which was 0.84 and 0.88 for virtual social networks and the Social Injuries Questionnaire, respectively, which is appropriate and approved. The results of the present study showed that among the influencing factors, family dimension (2.79), adjustment dimension (2.53), functional dimension (2.33) and psychological dimension (2.17), respectively, had the highest rank among The factors of virtual social networks and the dimension of Internet addiction (3.04), the dimension of social isolation (2.72), the dimension of conflict of values (2.49) and the dimension of depression (1.97), respectively, have the highest rank among the factors of harm. Social in cyberspace users with regular exercise during the outbreak of the coronary artery disease. Virtual social networks have a significant effect on the social harm of cyberspace users with regular sports activities during the coronavirus outbreak.