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Munson: Sandusky sentence lacking

The judge was careful, and he was scrupulous in his implementation of the law of Pennsylvania that applies to Jerry Sandusky's crimes. But how about some outrage?

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The Dilemma of Moral Ethics in Sports

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So, the news just hit the wires only a few scant hours ago: Lance Armstrong has given up his legal battle, choosing not to go before an arbitrator and accepting sanctions...

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Photos: Fair or foul, Orioles fall to Yankees in deciding Game 5

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CC Sabathia pitched a four-hitter and the New York Yankees once again came out on the right side of a disputed home run call against the Orioles in October, beating Baltimore 3-1 Friday in the deciding Game 5 to reach the AL championship series...

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Beyond a code of ethics: phenomenological... [Physiother Res Int. 2010] - PubMed - NCBI

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Beyond a code of ethics: phenomenological ethics for everyday practice

 

Physical therapy, like all health-care professions, governs itself through a code of ethics that defines its obligations of professional behaviours. The code of ethics provides professions with a consistent and common moral language and principled guidelines for ethical actions. Yet, and as argued in this paper, professional codes of ethics have limits applied to ethical decision-making in the presence of ethical dilemmas. Part of the limitations of the codes of ethics is that there is no particular hierarchy of principles that govern in all situations. Instead, the exigencies of clinical practice, the particularities of individual patient's illness experiences and the transformative nature of chronic illnesses and disabilities often obscure the ethical concerns and issues embedded in concrete situations. Consistent with models of expert practice, and with contemporary models of patient-centred care, we advocate and describe in this paper a type of interpretative and narrative approach to moral practice and ethical decision-making based on phenomenology. The tools of phenomenology that are well defined in research are applied and examined in a case that illustrates their use in uncovering the values and ethical concerns of a patient. Based on the deconstruction of this case on a phenomenologist approach, we illustrate how such approaches for ethical understanding can help assist clinicians and educators in applying principles within the context and needs of each patient.

(c) 2010 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.


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What Role Does Ethics Play in Sports?

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Distinguishing between gamesmanship and sportsmanship...

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Kristen Towns's curator insight, September 22, 2013 8:24 PM

Always something that is important to me. As this article focuses on ethics in sports, it can also be applied to ethics in managing sporting facilities.