The principle explains that police should use only the amount of physical force necessary to restore order and protect public if using warning or persuasion is not working on an individual. This is important because it is not ok for anyone to use physical force in not completely necessary. If using physical force is not required, then it should always be avoided. Although, if an officer must use physical force than it should be the least amount necessary to protect the individual and surrounding public. For modern police officers this an important principle, this is not always followed and not following this principle causes many unnecessary tragedies and conflicts.
Lance Armstrong is dealing with an Ethical dilemma because of his position in life. Being a successful sport man made him more and more popular in people’s world. To lose that would cost him too much. The love that fans have for him, if he confesses his transgressions, he would lose them. On the other hand if he fights and still lie, that would cause his family unnecessary strain.
Sports develop core values and teach a certain code of ethics which players may use in other aspects of life. I believe that this is extremely important, but that there are also other important things in life that may take priority over sports. While one should always try to strive to better themselves in life, sometimes this is best achieved not on the field but in the classroom. As I mentioned earlier, I will not trade a child’s education for a better chance at winning, even if it means a state championship. Education always comes
Athletes are prominent figures in today’s society, serving as role models for many who watch their every move. For these individuals, their notoriety is tied to fans, endorsement deals and organizations they are associated with, making it even more crucial to abstain from activity that would taint their image. Although it is ideal for them to be seen in a positive light, controversy involving these figures often arises and is not uncommon. An athlete’s actions, both personal and professional, are now inseparable in a society where media prevalence has great influence on their lives. This especially was the case for star athletes, Michael Vick and Tiger Woods, who were entangled into unfavorable activities.
All people need to be good citizens so that there can be peace in our societies. Notably, jury duty is one of the most effective ways of ensuring that justice prevails in the entire community. Therefore, students should not avoid jury duty as it will show some character of a bad citizenship. Avoiding jury duty is not ethical and it should be discouraged by all means. It should be in everyone’s interest to get justice for every member in the society.
Stronger measures must be taken, especially by developing countries to terminate such corrupt practices that hinder the practice of justice being served to victims of various crimes. Crimes committed by felons belonging to the cream of the society. It would be in the best interest of these nations to make sure that their system is so strong, that no amount of power or money can influence the judgment of an impartial judge. That all citizens must be aware that their actions will have consequences no matter what their social standing. All people must be equal in the eyes of law and certain people must not be able to get away with their crimes because of their fame and
The main factors of motivating humans is the surrounding environment, and surrounding people such as parents and teachers, their job is to take out everything that destroys motivation such as child criticism. In kurdistan child criticism right now is much better than it used to be back in my time, I was even criticised by the teachers for being honest to them. Still today our children are experiencing such things , even though it is illegal to hurt children physically, or emotionally. Instead of hurting them why not give them a reason to believe in themselves ? Another flaw in motivation is inserting the wrong goal in their minds instead of letting them choose their own goals , this is one of the biggest mistakes that parents make here, this has caused the society to accept only doctors , pharmacists , and engineers
Topic Overview Everything in this world is governed by rules and regulations in order to have a disciplinary approach. People who follow and obey these rules are succeeded whereas those who transgress them will face the downfall. Sports are also conducted with these rules that serve to ensure a fair competition and allow consistent arbitrating of the winner. However sports, like any other element is not being saved from the corruption. Athletes are alleged of cheating, gambling and doping.
The sport has become part of daily life of a person if the passion is stronger than just a simple dream it can be transformed from a hobby to a profession. The incredible part of sports is that no matter which type of sport it is or the varieties of techniques, at the end there is a midpoint which represents union and the connection with your mind and body; it inspires and trills society. Unfortunately, the obsession to have victory can forget completely honesty and integrity; when athletes want to have more physical capacity than the natural one they have they go to the drug to have an over human capacity. Likewise, doping consist in using illegal or prohibited substances in sports to have a better athletic performance. According to ProCon Organization (2011), more
When we start acknowledging the fact that we are individuals and that people don 't come in groups we will start to understand not to judge others as groups and not to judge all around. Losing labels that we put on others is also a problem with stereotyping in our society that we can easily fix and stop. The media is one of the hugest influences on stereotyping now in our society so if the media showed more positive and a more true impressions of the different demographics like religions,race, and sex people wouldn 't have a certain perception of others. One of the biggest things that might take a bit longer
Sports reporter, Kate Murphy, succinctly summarizes an overwhelming standpoint that many people seem to cite in her article "Privilege, not a job: College athletes shouldn 't be paid." First, she stipulates herself that student-athletes technically fit the criteria of hardworking employees. She also acknowledges that it is nearly impossible for athletes to balance a job while adhering to their strict schedules. However, because student-athletes are "living the dream" and are supposed to drink up the passion and sacrifices of their game, seeking compensation is grotesque and un-sportsman like. This argument rides on the coattails of "purity."
They based their achievements off of hard work and meritocracy, which states that you the rewards go to the people due to their abilities qualifications. When the do good in sports it is based on their character, hard working ethic and the fundamental skill they possess. You hear a lot in other sports this person is very fundamentally sound and that they see the games two steps ahead because even though they may not be as athletic as the other players they find a way to out beat them and it is through their mind. Then if you see that they are athletic then it is said that even though they were not born with that gene to be athletic it took a lot of hard work to be able to achieve
Many impressionable kids are influenced by sporting heroes and use them as role models, “worse still, [these same] drug-abusing stars become the idols of young athletes”, as these so called idols are marketed as role models and legends, children are gravely influenced by their inappropriate habits (Kanfer 14). Especially when they notice, “contracts for top players offer incentive clauses above and beyond their million-dollar salaries for top players” in which most cases, these rewards are offered to steroids using athletes (Kanfer 15). They observe their idols having everything they could ever want, how can you not expect for the thought of using steroids not to run through their minds. Similarly, in Aaron Smith, and Bob Stewart’s article, " Drug Policy in Sport: Hidden Assumptions and Inherent Contradictions", the authors investigate the atrocious behaviors of steroid infused athletes. Throughout their search both Smith and Stewart conclude, “professional sports [have] hyper-competitive natures, [which focuses] on an emphasis on achievements and rewards”(Smith and Stewart 124).
Also, future leaders really need to learn the concept of firm yet fair. This is because, if you are to light, you will be taken advantage of and no one will ever listen to you, but on the other hand, if you are too firm, everyone will start to dislike you therefore not listen to you. It is extremely important to have the perfect balance of both firm and fair. Another point Mrs. Wallace brought up, something I have never thought about before, is using language that people under you can actually unerstand. Which basically means not to use huge words that your group will not understand, beacuse if that happens, again people will get discouraged and probably not understand what is asked of them.
“Senior Analyst Mihir Bhagat. Not only must athletes sacrifice normal living, and work hard. They must also set good examples for the youth, public, and the team. Professional athletes are role models for the youth all over the worlds. The cameras are on them all the time so they must keep a good public image, if not they could possibly lose millions.