Ethics and Morality in Sport Management
Fitness Information Technology, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 271 pages
This book represents a landmark effort to bring into focus the moral and ethical issues associated with the management of sport and sport organisations. Within a sport context Joy DeSensi and Danny Rosenberg have critically examined a view shared by virtually all business managers and scholars -- that ethics and morality in management is not only good for all concerned but a necessity in terms of the bottom line.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Basic Concepts and Problems in Ethical and Moral Discourse
Major Ethical Theories I
9 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
accepted actions areas athletic programs axiology basic Beauchamp benefits categorical imperative character cheating claim coaches code of ethics concerns considered critical deontological deontological ethical discussion employees ensure ethical and moral ethical conduct ethical decisions ethical egoism ethical judgments ethical principles ethical theories evaluation example facie duties fair play goals Golden Rule human ice hockey idea individuals interests involved Kant Key Concepts laws libertarian maxim means moral behavior moral decisions moral development moral issues moral reasoning moral standards motives NCAA needs norms obligations one's organization participants perspective philosophy physical education players position practices problems professional sport psychological egoism questions rational regarding relationship relativism rule utilitarianism self-interest sense situation situation ethics social contract social responsibility society specific sport and physical sport management teleological theory of justice tion unethical utilitarianism values violations virtue ethics women wrong