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Sports Ethics for Sports Management ProfessionalsAuthors: Walter T. Champion, Richard T. Karcher, Lawrence S. Ruddell
Sports management professionals are confronted with many ethical decisions during their careers, and it’s essential that they be equipped to make an informed decision when faced with a difficult situation. The goal of Sports Ethics for Sports Management Professionals, Second Edition is to provide professionals with the tools necessary to tackle these kinds of situations.
The Second Edition presents several ethical models that sports management professional can apply as a guide to making ethical decisions. It also considers areas significant within sports ethics, including race and discrimination, gender equity, privacy, violence, and drug use and drug testing. Sports Ethics for Sport Management Professionals contains numerous case studies that allow students to apply the ethical decision-making process to sports-related ethical disputes, as well as cases showing how ethical situations are addressed by the legal system in the United States.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Ethical Concepts in Sports
Chapter 2 Sportsmanship, Gamesmanship, and Cheating
Chapter 3 Gambling in Sports and Society
Chapter 4 Ethical Issues Involving Coaches
Chapter 5 Ethical Considerations Involving Parents and Fans
Chapter 6 Violence in Sports
Chapter 7 The Ethics of Drug Use and Testing
Chapter 8 Ethical Considerations of Race in Sports
Chapter 9 Ethical Duties of Sports Agents
Chapter 10 Gender Discrimination and Title IX
Chapter 11 Ethical Considerations in Sports Media
Chapter 12 Commercialization of College Sports