Sport Deviancy & Law

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  • Sport Deviancy & Law
    • Violence
      • Why Discourage Violence?
        • Cheating
        • Serious injuries
        • Against the law
        • poor example/role models
      • Prevention
        • Video technology (tennis)
        • Punish violence
        • Educate performers
        • more authority
      • Spectators
        • Ritual importance
        • Alcohol influence
        • Media hype
        • Poor crowd control
        • Religious discords
      • Causes
        • Provoked by opposition
        • Emotional intensity, winning
        • Referee
        • Crowd behaviour
    • Drugs
      • Why take them?
        • Physiological Reasons: build muscle, power, strength, train harder, increase energy
        • Social Reasons: extrinstic rewards, money, fame, pressure (drugs are accessible)
        • Psychological Reasons: steadies nerves (beta blockers), increase aggression, confidence
      • Why ban drugs?
        • Unfair advantage
        • Fair-play ethics
        • Illegal (adverse effects, addiction,
        • Bans, lose medals, prestige, earnings, reputation
      • Preventing Drug-taking
        • Random testing, Anti-doping Agency, campaigns & education, strict punishments
        • Problems: successful testing, accidentally taken, different regulations (countries), gain access to athletes
    • Law
      • Employment rights & protection
      • Drug-testing
      • Match fixing
      • Liable actions against media
      • Equal opportunities legislation (disabled, race discrimmination

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