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SPORT ETHICS

Sports play plays an important role in our lives .This paper has addressed ethics involved in sports in relation to its moral importance.

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Table of contents

Introduction
Principles and Exceptions
Trustworthiness
Respect
Responsibility
Fairness
Caring
Technology in sports
Violence

Preview of the essay: SPORT ETHICS

Sports Ethics Introduction: The main aim in sports is all about overcoming hardships involved which include championship, scores and speed and individual bests. It concerns overcoming hardships that limit a fair field of play for everyone. When issues regarding social justice are considered, then a good number of sportsmen will be trailblazers as far as sports are concerned. The society at large and the mind of a human being focus on winning when it comes to sports. There are however a lot that can be learned in sports that cannot be compared to winning alone. This winning notion is a problem and has created other major problems in sports. This ...





... physical pain by a sportsman to a fan, match official or coach etc and such that the harm has no direct association with the rules and objectives of the sport. Should this definition be accepted worldwide, then there would be a great leap in the development of policies in sports. It would be generally accepted that violence in sports is morally wrong and a few factors have to be considered in punishing the violent offenders. These are the intent (whether intentional or not) of the player, whether the violence is within the rules, if the violence outside the rules is acceptable and the scope of the injury inflicted.
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Comments
Benjamin I.

Sports should serve as a catalyst for youth development in various aspects---physical, social, emotional and intellectual. That may be an utopian view, but government must strive to reach its target goal in making sports as an outlet to develop desirable virtues in children.




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