This has in turn given rise to the concept of gamesmanship from sportsmanship. The term sportsmanship and gamesmanship vary significantly. The former talks about maintaining and upholding the spirit of the game and also respects it, the latter however only focuses only on winning. A more ethical widely acceptable approach to athletics is sportsmanship. In a sportsmanship model, healthy competition is seen as a means of cultivating personal honour, virtue, and character.
Relationships with Patients: Optometry students should avoid intimate relationships with patients as such relationships could compromise professional judgment or exploit the confidence and trust placed in them by the patient. If such a relationship does inadvertently develop, the professional care of this patient should be transferred to another clinician. 6. Informed Consent: Optometry students have a duty to inform patients or their legal guardian about the patient’s health care and health care options. The process of informed consent requires the optometrist to make a reasonable determination of the patient’s ability to reason and make informed decisions free of external coercion.
Before starting the game you need to be comfortable for yourself and become an open-minded. Second, you have to be self-confidence in yourself, be confident what you’re doing for the game because self-confident is one of the most important in doing the right thing. Do not feel nervous just play well in the game and do your best for the winner of the competition. Third, be on yourself that you can beat your opponent just focus on the game, give your best and sacrifice for the win. Fourth don’t give up, even how hard it seems.
Ethics is the branch of philosophy that delves into the nature of good, bad, right and wrong. Ethics deal with an individual’s moral principles. An ethical theory helps us in addressing questions like- What is right and what is wrong? Is this good or bad? Ethical theories help us define good, bad, right and wrong.
Good in the sense that it is positive, motivating and adaptable, on the other hand it can be bad in the sense of negative, destructive and maladaptive practices. Athletes that are deeply competitive the sport they play is more than just a game/ match. The meaning of their games/
"what we think or say is critical to our performance. unfortunately the conscious mind is not always an ally.” According to the definitionpsycholog.com self-talk is a talk that can be in a form of words actually spoken or in the form thoughts come into our mind. Self-talk isn’t a stranger when it comes to sport and it is frequently associated with terms like mental toughness, motivation, belief, courage, and confidence. These qualities are descriptive verbs that are used when we are describing someone who is successful. But for those characteristics to be improve and taken to a higher level, self talk must be positive.
Behavioral ethics is the study of human behaviors to see that people make their decisions in ethical way or in they make it in unethical way. They also promote their culture through their ethical behaviors. The traditional philosophical approaches focus on the moral theory and understanding the very concept of right and wrong. On the other hand behavioral ethics are examined the moral decision which we make for over self. It is related to behavioral psychology, cognitive science and neuro science.
The same gratitude is given to Dr. Ruth S. Batani and Mr. Stanley F. Anongos for their anthropological and sociological insights that led to the development and completion of this research. My perspective as a researcher and as a student did not go this far if not for their constant methodological and theoretical challenges. I also acknowledge the research informants as this research would not have even started without them. The strangers whom I crossed paths with and who became my acquaintances and friends, thank you all. My heartfelt thanks to also to my loved ones, friends, classmates, and colleagues who helped me maintain my sanity all throughout.
Virtue ethics is currently one of three major approaches in normative ethics. It may, initially, be identified as the one that emphasizes the virtues, or moral character, in contrast to the approach that emphasizes duties or rules (deontology) or that emphasizes the consequences of actions (consequentialism). What distinguishes virtue ethics from the other theories is the centrality of virtue within the theory. Whereas consequentialists will define virtues as traits that yield good consequences and deontologists will define them as traits possessed by those who reliably fulfill their duties, virtue ethicists will resist the attempt to define virtues in terms of some other concept that is taken to be more fundamental. Rather, virtues and vices