Role Of Ethics In Sports

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Introduction to Ethics

Sports and Ethics

N.P.G.Suvindu Thilakshana
Prof. Daya Edirisinghe

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What is Sports?

What is Ethics?

What role in Ethics in Sports?

Violation Ethical principles in sports?

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The main tenants are little things:

• Victory is everything

• Only deception, if you get caught

• It is the referee 's job to catch misconduct, and the athletes and coaches are not

To follow the ownership rules

• Always unscrupulous ends

Some examples of tricks are:

• forgery foul or injury

• trying to get a good start in the race

• equipment, such as a stuffed bat batting

• Covert personal foul, as in water polo players in the water caught

• Pain or knock down the opponent 's intentions Saints bounty scandal, he of the game

• use performance-enhancing drugs

• abuse or intimidate opponents

• The above qualities athlete coach, let him or her eligible to play

All these examples are more results of the game, rather than the way it played.

Ethical approach is Sports. As part of a campaign mode is to see healthy competition culture

as a means of personal honor, virtue and character. It helps between competitors and the

respect and trust of the community in the community. Dynamic goal is not easy to win, but to

win the honor, by pursuing their own best efforts.

In the Sports Ethics requires four basic virtues:

fairness, honesty, responsibility
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