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OSD Superintendent's Corner: Sportsmanship, Athletics and Our ...

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The essential elements of character-building and ethics in sports are embodied in the concept of sportsmanship and six core principles: • Trustworthiness. • Respect. • Responsibility. • Fairness. • Caring.

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Embree Exposes Plight of Minority Head Football Coaches - Higher ...

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Few minorities obtain opportunities as head coaches because so few are interviewed. According to the Institute for the Diversity and Ethics in Sports at the University of Central Florida, 76 percent of school presidents and 84 ...

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Quincy Queen's curator insight, December 16, 2012 10:05 AM

This article tells us about how sports ethics in major college sports is going away. It also brings us to the discussion of minorites holding Head Coaching jobs. Here is a coach who changed the program around in the right direction off the field. However on the field is where he got fired. What is better for our students?

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The Ethics of Steroid Use in Sports | The tree of knowledge of good ...

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Daniel Low on Is it ethical to have a law pu… Huynh Minh Quyen Vic… on ... Athletes can obtain daily massages from therapists within their own sporting communities, but not all athletes share this same luxury.

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Eddie Eaves's curator insight, September 14, 2013 6:53 PM

Steroid use can be categorized under both professional and personal ethics as far as personal use and abiding to rules and regulations prohibiting it's use.

Jamison Fausett's curator insight, February 8, 2014 11:52 AM

While I strongly disagree with the use anabolic steroids, I think the way we look at steroids as a society could be adjusted. From my own research there is many positive benefits that could come from the use of Human Growth hormone.

 

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Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Mistakes Were Made

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Sports Ethics: Mistakes Were Made. I was startled last week listening to a coach interview when the coach uttered words no coach or leader should ever say, “mistakes were made." I cannot think of a worse statement by ...

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Brian Candage's curator insight, May 16, 2014 9:16 PM

This article makes a great point for coaches. If mistakes were made and they were your fault, own up to them. If they were a specific players fault, put the blame on yourself and the team. There is no need to call one player out, I'm sure he/she knows exactly what they did wrong. Bring the issue up to the entire team at the next practice, make the whole team practice what went wrong, but emphasize the correct way to accomplish it. 

James Mackay's curator insight, February 18, 2015 10:19 PM

This was an interesting take on the importance of taking and assigning responsibility in the interest of developing an organization's strong ethical foundation.  A little flippant, but still worth reading.

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Sports ethics expert praises ex-WSU player for speaking out | KPLU ...

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Over the weekend, university president Elson Floyd asked for outside help to investigate claims by a player of abusive behavior by the coaching staff. Meanwhile, a sports ethics expert is praising the player for speaking out.

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Pablo Nunez's curator insight, November 17, 2013 2:23 PM

I hope more athletes will be encouraged to take a stand against unethical behavior be it from a staff member or teammate.

Wendy R's curator insight, April 18, 2014 8:42 PM

"Laughable?" a bit derogatory isn't it?  How about something along the lines of, "We are unclear as to where these allegations came from, we don't coach in the manner he described, but we are eager to get to the bottom of this as fast and as civilized as possible." 

Josh Laker's curator insight, May 11, 2014 12:14 PM

Over the past few years the media has reported on coaches abusing players.  This article brings to light allegations of abuse at Washington State University.

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The Athlete's Guide to Ethical Sport | Runner's World

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'Ethical sports' an oxymoron? - Jamestown Sun

'Ethical sports' an oxymoron? Jamestown Sun The findings in two recent surveys of North Dakota high school coaches and athletes put into question the maxim “sports builds character.” Results of the studies indicate that school sports can skew the...
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Point of the Game: Sports Ethics: Why Athletes say "Good Luck"

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Sports Ethics: Why Athletes say "Good Luck". "Good luck." I was counting down the carnage of both college and professional football seasons. I lost count at over 120 people lost for the season. UW lost six starters within ...

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Emily Siegrist's curator insight, October 16, 2013 10:52 PM

Buena Suerte!

Pablo Nunez's curator insight, November 17, 2013 2:47 PM

Very well written article on the tradition of wishing opponents good luck and the understanding of an underlying respect for sport, each opponents commitment, and good sportsmanship.

Joshua Evans's curator insight, January 17, 2014 11:18 PM

Players need to have more sportsmanship because as much as players get traded, the player you just hurt could be your teammate next year. Respect is a big part of the game.

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Has money ruined ethics in sports? - SKNVibes.com

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SKNVibes.comHas money ruined ethics in sports?SKNVibes.comBASSETERRE, St.

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Kelly Joey Seay's curator insight, September 14, 2014 7:42 PM

This is a major reason I feel that ethics has went down hill due to the importance of making more money. 

Richardson, A. 's curator insight, November 16, 2014 9:06 PM

Money and epic salary and endorsement deals certainly has not enhanced and increased ethics in sports.  With millions of dollars to be earned or lost due to wins, contracts and endorsement money, athletes are playing for much more than the love of the game.  In the words of Jerry Maguire, "show me the money."

Mike Falvo's curator insight, January 19, 2015 4:29 AM

I don't think it has COMPLETELY ruined ethics in sports, but it is definitely a driving force in the decisions made on and off the "field" of sport.