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Sport, ethics, deviancy and the law

Deviant behaviour is behaviour which goes against society's general norms and
values. This can be criminally deviant or morally deviant.

`Against society's norms and values' shows that someone or some group on society
has imposed their set of ideas on others.

This group would…

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Although football hooliganism only became recognised by the government and the
media as a serious problem in the 1960s, hooligan behaviour has a long history.

`Roughs' were regularly reported as causing trouble at matches in the professional
game's early years at the end of the 19th century, on occasions attacking…

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Hooliganism could be the search for a `flow' or peak' experience.

risk and excitement are central to the hooligan phenomenon
it is largely young men who are involved
heavy drinking and violence seem to be linked though at least some of those young
men regularly involved in hooliganism seem…

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Its new commercialised and highly marketed format may be leaving behind sections of
the game's traditional' audience including, perhaps, some hooligan fans.

The following are all helping to regulate and control attendance at matches:
high ticket prices
the loss of terracing has made grounds safer and less violent
the sometimes…

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Loyalty Improve facilities
Importance of event
Media hype

Use of performance enhancing drugs
Drugs banned by WADA

Drugs which are Substances banned Prohibited methods Classes banned in
banned during during and outside specific sports
competition the competitive
Stimulants Anabolic agents Enhancement of Alcohol
oxygen transfer

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Beta blockers Steady nerves Lowers blood Shooting
Stop trembling pressure Archery
Slows heart rate Snooker
Diuretics Lose weight Dehydration Jockeys
quickly Dizziness Boxers
Peptide hormones Build and mend Muscle wasting Similar to steroids
muscle Increases red
Increase oxygen blood cells in blood
Blood doping Body…

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would not otherwise
do so
Drugs easily Many of the Better technology
accessible banned substances for testing
are not illegal
Increased In many cases Use of both
aggression testing has proved positive and
unsound negative role
jeopardising models
athlete's careers

Drugs and the IOC
The IOC was forced to take…

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Thus, the authorities have been forced to make sport as accountable as other social

Performers have accepted and understood the activities they participate in by abiding
by the rules of the activity. However, should an opponent act outside the rules of the
activity, the performer could legitimately claim…


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