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Chapter 24: Character Development and Good Sporting Behavior

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Chapter 24 Character Development
and
Good Sporting Behavior Fair Play Fair play requires that all contestants understand
and adhere not only to the formal rules of the game
but also to the spirit of cooperation and unwritten
rules of play necessary to ensure that a contest is fair. Good Sporting Behavior is difficult to explain and has no one real definition, but everyone generally knows what it means. Shields and Bredemeier define good sporting behavior that "involves an intense striving to succeed, tempered by commitment to the play spirit such that ethical standards will take precedence over strategic gain when the two conflict Good Sporting Behavior Good sportsmanship Bad Sportsmanship There are 3 components to
Morality in Sport 1. 2. 3. Fair Play Good Sporting Behavior Character Character Character encompasses many attributes that are found to be an overall positive moral overtone
Some of the attributes are: Fair play Good Sporting Behavior Integrity and Compassion Integrity Integrity is the ability to maintain one's morality and fairness coupled with the belief that one can fulfill their moral intentions Good or Bad? Display of integrity Absence of integrity Compassion The ability to take on and appreciate the feelings of others-similar to empathy
Display of Compassion Class Activity 1) Integrity a) A person throws off a biker in the water off a bridge.

2) Compassion b) A soccer player pulls her opponents hair.

3) Fair Play c) The soccer player stops the game by catching the ball upon seeing his opponent in pain.

4) Bad Sportsmanship d) Female softball player injures her foot and opponents carry her around the bases. Three approaches to developing character and good sporting behavior Social Learning Approach Structual-Development Approach Social-Psychological Approach The belief that positive sporting behaviors and attitudes considered appropriate by society are learned through observation or modeling, reinforcement, and social comparison. This approach focuses on how developmental changes and psychological growth in a child's judgements and thoughts along with environmental experiences shape a child's moral reasoning Moral reasoning is process in which a person determines what is right from what is wrong. Moral Development Moral Behavior A person goes through a process of growth and experience to develop a capacity to reason morally. The act of carrying out a right or wrong action. The Five Levels of Moral Reasoning Level 1: Level 2: Level 3: Level 4: Level 5: External control-it's okay as long as i'm not caught An eye-for-an-eye oreintaion The "golden rule" or "altruistic view"-treat others like you would like to be treated Following external rules and regulations What is best for all involved This view goes beyond the other two beliefs.
This approach considers many more factors such as the sport, the skill level, pressure from authority that goes beyond the pressure of reinforcement, social comparision, and modeling. This view also states that parents and coaches label and define good sporting behavior. Youth Sport as a deterrent of Negative Behavior Coaches, community leaders, sport administrators and physical educators all claim that sports keep kids out of trouble, off the street and even out of gangs. Four possible reasons that this is true 1. Differential Association- athletes have shorter and less frequent interactions with delinquents while participating in sports. 2. Social Bonding- kids involved in sports develop an attachment to coaches and other players who represent dominant, prosocial values. 3. Labeling Hypothesis- opposite to the former explainations, this hypothesis states that since many people value sports, athletes are labeled and given special treatment. This leads to athletes getting away with delinquent behavior. 4. Economic Strain- According to this view delinquency occurs because a large amount of youth is poverty-stricken and they want the high standard of living that they see around them. However, sport can be a relief from poverty and the youth can gain prestige and status from sports allowing them to see that their dreams that are now attainable. 1) Integrity a) A person throws off a biker in the water off a bridge.

2) Compassion b) A soccer player pulls her opponents hair.

3) Fair Play c) The soccer player stops the game by catching the ball upon seeing his opponent in pain.

4) Bad Sportsmanship d) Female softball player injures her foot and opponents carry her around the bases. 1) Integrity a) A person throws off a biker in the water off a bridge.

2) Compassion b) A soccer player pulls her opponents hair.

3) Fair Play c) The soccer player stops the game by catching the ball upon seeing his opponent in pain.

4) Bad Sportsmanship d) Female softball player injures her foot and opponents carry her around the bases. 1) Integrity a) A person throws off a biker in the water off a bridge.

2) Compassion b) A soccer player pulls her opponents hair.

3) Fair Play c) The soccer player stops the game by catching the ball upon seeing his opponent in pain.

4) Bad Sportsmanship d) Female softball player injures her foot and opponents carry her around the bases. 1) Integrity a) A person throws off a biker in the water off a bridge.

2) Compassion b) A soccer player pulls her opponents hair.

3) Fair Play c) The soccer player stops the game by catching the ball upon seeing his opponent in pain.

4) Bad Sportsmanship d) Female softball player injures her foot and opponents carry her around the bases.
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