KINS_3415_LarsonD_sp - KINS 3415(3 Credits Philosophy of Ethics in Sport The University of Georgia Spring 2009 Time TR 12:30 1:45PM Location 403

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KINS 3415 (3 Credits) Philosophy of Ethics in Sport The University of Georgia, Spring 2009 Time: TR 12:30 – 1:45PM Location: 403 Journalism Instructor: Daniel Larson, MS Email: [email protected] Office: 346 Ramsey Office Hours: M 11:30AM – 3:00PM and by appointment READINGS Required: (1) Schneider, R.C. (2008). Ethics of sport and athletics: Theory, issues, and application. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. (2) Articles (Available via WebCT) Optional/Suggested: (1) Malloy, D.C., Ross S., & Zakus (2003). Sport ethics: Concepts and cases in sport and recreation. Buffalo, NY: Thompson Educational Publishing. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is designed to: 1. Provide an overview of philosophical theories related to sport ethics 2. Offer an analysis of important ethical issues facing youth, interscholastic, intercollegiate, Olympic, professional and sport business participants 3. Provide practical exercises in recognition, consideration, and resolution of potential moral problems in sport COURSE OBJECTIVES The practicing sport managers should be able to: 1. Describe major foundational theories of ethical decision-making
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KINS_3415_LarsonD_sp - KINS 3415(3 Credits Philosophy of Ethics in Sport The University of Georgia Spring 2009 Time TR 12:30 1:45PM Location 403

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