Prohibited Use of Drugs
Inclusivity / Diversity
The most common psychology-based principles for ethical decision-making involve such elements as
Also, there are 4 dilemmas:
How to solve these ethical dilemmas:
Corruption in sport is a multibillion dollar industry that demeans the people who choose to stay clean and play fair.
From his vantage point of CEO of the International Centre for Sports Security (ICSS), Michael Hershmann contemplates the role of sport from refugee camps to the Olympic games. He advocates getting back to the spirit of sport by teaching children fair-play and integrity at grass roots level.
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The Elements of Fair Play (From Fair Play International)
Sport without doping
Respect for written and unwritten rules:
This website states that norms in sports ethics include these elements:
These norms can push against ethical behaviour.
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The following free ebook articles have kindly been made available by courtesy of Gale publishers during the school closure period 2020 from their ebook 'Philosophy: Sports'.
The Ethics of Performance Enhancement
The Ethics of Sportsmanship
Athletes as Role Models - Sports as Social Laboratories
In its simplest form, Ethics is the study of what makes a particular action in a particular situation the right thing to do (Physiopedia). Ethical decision-making involves the following:
Values - These are the things we believe are important in the way we live or work eg Honesty, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Loyalty.
Principles - Fundamental truths that help us work out what's right and wrong - things you've learned throughout your life.
Purpose - What is your purpose in becoming involved in sport? Why did you get involved? Fun / Social involvement / Health / Building character and self-esteem / Glory / Money? Understanding your purpose helps you understand behaviours and choices people make within their ethical decisions.
Morals - Things you're taught (by religion / parents / wider community beliefs) eg not cheating, respecting others, 'doing unto others as you would have them do unto you' etc. Morals are what guide you in the right thing to do.
Australian Institute of Sport
Safe, Fair and Inclusive Sport
Ethics and Ethical Decision-Making in Sport
Clearninghouse for Sport (Australia)
Integrity in sport a resource collection (Last updated 2019)
Play by the Rules
Integrity in Sport
Fair Play International
What is fair play?
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University (USA)
This website has articles related to ethics in sports. Here are a few:
What role does ethics play in sports? by Kirk O. Hanson & Matt Savage (2012)
Ethics in youth sports by Kirk O. Hanson & Matt Savage (2015)
Ethics in college sports by Kirk O. Hanson & Matt Savage (2012)
Play by the Rules (Australia)
Conduct and Behaviour a resource collection for coaches, officials, parents, players, and committees
The Ethics Centre (Australia)
An Australian non-profit organisation that focuses on ethics and everyday life. There are a number of articles and videos related to ethics and sport
Ethical Concerns in sport: How to solve the crisis by David Burfoot (2019)
Corruption in sport: From the playing field to the field of ethics by David Burfoot (2019)
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