This text challenges students to examine how to respond to moral issues and dilemmas 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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Dr. Sharon Kay Stoll serves as the current Director of the Center for ETHICS* at the University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. Dr. Stoll is considered one of the leading authorities in competitive moral education intervention techniques for college age adults in America. Professor of Physical Education and Director of the Center for ETHICS*, Dr. Stoll is a Distinguished Faculty Member and winner of a prestigious University Award for Teaching at the University of Idaho. A former public school teacher, coach, and athlete, Dr. Stoll holds a Ph.D. in sport philosophy from Kent State University, and is the creator and director of the first program in America to be directed toward moral education with competitive populations. The Idaho program includes a minor in sport ethics at the undergraduate level, a master’s degree in sport science, and a Ph.D. in Education. Dr. Stoll is well known for knowledge in teaching and methodology as applied to pedagogy in moral education and character development. In the twenty years Dr. Stoll has been a professor at the University of Idaho, she has published 63+ major journal articles, 20 plus refereed abstracts, 24+ referenced proceedings, authored 8 books and 45 chapters in books, presented over 106 national and international scholarly publications, and given over 100 workshops and clinics. She is consistently ranked in the top 1% in teaching evaluations within the College of Education as well. Her eight books include, “Who Says This IS Cheating”, and “Sport Ethics: Applications for Fair Play”.
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