Sport Ethics: Rideout, J.
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Ethics in sport and sports administration are non-negotiable ...

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"I am proud of the sporting community in India for joining forces in standing up for what we all believe is right - fair representation, good governance and just treatment of sports and sports people.
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Stem Cells, Sports Ethics, & Cheating SuperAthletes

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Could stem cell use in sports lead to cheating among athletes? Drs. Johnny Huard, Thomas Vangsness, Freddy Fu discuss ethical concerns re stem cell use by athletes.


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NFL / The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES) gives an ...

NFL / The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES) gives an ... | Sport Ethics: Rideout, J. | Scoop.it
The National Football League achieved its fourth consecutive A for racial hiring practices and a C for gender hiring practices in the 2013 NFL Racial and Gender Report Card, released by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in ...
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Ethics cannot be compromised in sports administration, says Mahesh

Ethics cannot be compromised in sports administration, says Mahesh | Sport Ethics: Rideout, J. | Scoop.it
IOC wants Indian Olympic Association to amend its constitution so that people with criminal charges against them are not eligible to contest elections even as the IOA is not keen to do that. IOA is ready to bar only convicted ...
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Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport statement on Ryder Hesjedal - LawInSport

Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport statement on Ryder Hesjedal - LawInSport | Sport Ethics: Rideout, J. | Scoop.it
Canada.com Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport statement on Ryder Hesjedal LawInSport (Ottawa, Ontario – October 30, 2013) – As a result of Ryder Hesjedal's public announcement today of past involvement in doping, the Canadian Centre for Ethics in...

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Sports and the Media: A Question of Ethics

Nov.11, 2010: USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media, & Society Presents the Sports & Social Change Speaker Series - "Sports and ...youtube.com...


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Renee Seruntine's curator insight, May 14, 2014 4:05 PM

a great, informative video about ethics in sports and the media. 

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Ethics Dunces: NFL Football Fans

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In response to a question in a newly released CNN poll, a majority of football fans responded that the fact that the NFL intentionally withheld from its players evidence that repeated concussions were inevitable despite the supposed protection...

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NYU Kicks Off Sports And Society Program With Panel On Ethics ...

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The event will kick off the new NYU Sports and Society within the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS). The focus of the panel will be on ethics and justice, and the panelists will assume the roles ...
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Point of the Game: Sport Ethics: Let the Game Come to You

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How many coaches have counseled anxious and pressing players, “let the game come to you.” It's hard advice, even odd advice in a world of sports and professions where aggression and taking control are the preferred ...
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