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Win At All Cost

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Psychology in Sport
“I lied. I lied to you. I lied to my family. I lied to a lot of people for a lot of years when I said I didn’t use steroids. I started taking anabolic steroids in 1969 and I never stopped.”
Thesis
"As many people would agree that cheating in collegiate sports is ethically wrong, many athletes continue to cheat with dirty fouls, fake injuries, and drug use to get “an edge” on the competition."
Fixing Games and Gambling
Lyle Alzado
Performance Enhancing Drugs
Deception, Rough Play, and Other Acts On the Field
Win At All Cost
Breaking Rules and Infractions
Violence
Violence in sport, a direct reflection of where society is today?
Hockey
Penalties, fines, suspensions, enough?
Of 5,275 high school athletes....
Effects On Young Athletes
Ethical Theories
Deontological
Truthful, consistent, forthright
Teleological
most good to the party the actor deems most important
Acquired-Virtue
Golden Mean
Christian Perspective
Don't be a hypocrite
Build character
Image of God
1 Corinthians 9:25, "Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last, but we do it to get a crown that will last forever."
2 Timothy 2:5-7, "An athlete who refuses to play by the rules will never get anywhere. It's the diligent farmer who gets the produce. Think it over. God will make it all plain."
Proverbs 10:9, "Honesty lives confident and carefree, but Shifty is sure to be exposed."
What are PEDs?
How much?
NFL players
MLB players
NCAA
Drug-tests, how effective are they?
Four Key Virtues
Fairness
Integrity
Responsibility
Respect
1% of the 430,000 NCAA athletes
7% of Division I Golfers have bet on their own team.
Division II & III athletes
Gamblers targets
Diego Maradona
Types of deception or intentional behaviors
It's the law!
Reputation of Sport, who is to blame?
Scoring
Conclusion
Part of the game
Children see everything
You ain't cheatin' you ain't tryin'
Sport as a Business
Sport as a Business
How is cheating defined?
"to cheat is to deprive of something valuable by the use of deceit or fraud; to influence or lead by deceit, trick, or artifice; to elude or thwart by or as if by outwitting; to practice fraud or trickery; to violate rules dishonestly... or to position oneself defensively near a particular area in anticipation of a play in that area."
Who is Responsible?
chart by: StatisticBrain.com
chart by spotrac.com/
Average Salary by Position
CBS contract with NCAA
Advertisers
Coca-Cola
Budget and Program Cuts
Sport as a Business
Instinct aggression theory
Frustration-aggression theory
Aggression socially learned theory
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Works Cited
photo by ESPN
NCAA
statisticsbrain.com
sportsillustrated.com
info from: Thornton, Champion, Ruddell
photo by Miami Student
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