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Being A Good Sport

January 12, 2011

Sharon Kay Stoll has written extensively on the principles and ethics of competitive sport. In this text she teams up with Angela Lumpkin and Jennifer M. Beller to challenge students to examine how to respond to moral issues in sport. The book includes philosophic theory that has proven effective in the moral development of athletes. The theory is balanced with applications and thought-provoking questions. Each chapter provides a historical and sociological perspective on the issues facing youth, interscholastic, intercollegiate, Olympic, and professional sport.


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