Ethics and Morality in Sport Management eBook

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The third edition of Ethics and Morality in Sport Management continues to examine the ethical concepts, principles, and issues in the administration and organization of sport that made the first two editions of this textbook so widely adopted. The book approaches the topics from four directions: ethical theory, personal and professional ethics, ethics applied, and future moral and ethical issues. Authors Joy T. DeSensi and Danny Rosenberg have enhanced the text by adding two new chapters that help to frame the content in a globalized context. In addition, the references, examples, scenarios, and analyses have been updated throughout the book. It is hoped that Ethics and Morality in Sport Management, 3rd Edition will assist current and future sport managers in the development of greater ethical competency and enhance their awareness of social responsibility and moral accountability.

“Joy DeSensi and Danny Rosenberg help sport management educators and sport management students navigate an increasingly complex global industry. A combination of theoretical grounding as well as practical application, this text helps steer the reader through the maze of management issues facing future sport industry professionals by using the guidance of an ethical compass.”
— from the foreword by Dr. Mary A. Hums, University of Louisville

News and Reviews

  • Carlson, C.R. (2011) Ethics and morality in sport management, 3rd ed., (2010) J.T. DeSensi and Danny Rosenberg. Read the review here
  • Davies, J. (2012). Ethics and morality in sport management, 3rd ed., J.T. DeSensi, D. Rosenberg. Fitness Information Technology, Morgantown, WV (2010), ISBN: 978-1-935412-13-7, Sport Management Review, 15(1), 142. Read the review here.

Contents

Foreword  •  vii Preface  •  ix

Acknowledgments  •  ix

Part I: Sport Management and Ethical Theory

Chapter 1    •  Introduction........................................................................ 3

Chapter 2    •   Basic Concepts and Problems in Ethical and Moral Discourse.......................................... 21

Chapter 3    •  Major Ethical Theories I..................................................... 61

Chapter 4    •  Major Ethical Theories II................................................... 95

Part II: Personal and Professional Ethics

Chapter 5    •  Personal Ethics—Rights and Responsibilities..................... 119

Chapter 6    •  Professional Ethics and Social Responsibility..................... 135

Chapter 7    •  Models and Codes of Ethics.............................................. 143

Part III: Sport Ethics Applied

Chapter 8    •   Ethical Responsibilities and the Functions of Sport Managers............................................ 163

Chapter 9    •  Ethical Decision Making.................................................. 175

Chapter 10 •  Ethics and Sport Marketing............................................ 195

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Chapter 11 •  Human Resource Management......................................... 215

Chapter 12 •  Governance and Legal Aspects of Sport.............................. 233

Part IV: What Lies Ahead

Chapter 13 •  Concern for the Environment........................................... 257

Chapter 14 •  The Challenges of Globalization....................................... 271

Chapter 15 •  The Future of Ethics and Morality in Sport and Sport Management....................................... 295

References  •  311

Index  •  321

About the Authors  •  329