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Ethical Leadership in Sport by Pippa Grange

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Chapter 2

“Doing” Ethics

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Sport, typically, considers ethics in two ways. First, through considerations around minimizing problems such as cheating, corruption, scandals, harm, and crime and, second, through considerations around sporting values and aspirations to succeed.

These two approaches go a long way toward thinking and acting ethically, and in many cases, they have transformed sports and sports’ teams for the better. Managing problems and risks emphasizes principles as an element of ethics, and aspiration to succeed emphasizes values, but there are other elements to consider alongside, and importantly, they need to be considered together as the overall ethical content of situations. Questions such as, what do I believe?, what ...

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