Basic Issues in Sports Ethics: The Many Ways of Cheating

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Edwin Mellen Press, Jan 1, 2009 - Sports & Recreation - 273 pages
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The theme of this book is that cheating not only destorys the integrity of sports, it destroys the integrity of the athlete and everyone who either supports cheating of allows it to happen. Majors topics such as "athletics is over the edge," "performance- enhancing substances," "victory with honor," "negative impact of marketers," and "accountability" are discussed in reference to the "cheat pushers" who must not be allowed access to those who love athletics.

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Athletics Is Over the Edge
Cheaters Render Sports Meaningless
Using PerformanceEnhancing Substances

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Dr. Boone earned the Ph.D. degree from Florida State University in exercise physiology. He has taught at Northeast Louisiana State University (where he coached gymnastics), University of Flordia, Wake Forest University, University of Southern Mississippi and, presently, the College of St. Scholastica (where he is Professor/Chair). He enjoys teaching gross anatomy, cardiovascular physiology, and electrocardiography. He has been a college teacher for nearly 40 years.

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