Amorality Paper Outline

Amorality Paper Outline - Outline Amorality An absence of,...

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Outline Amorality An absence of, indifference towards, or disregard for moral beliefs Examples of other student-athletes proclaiming they were doing nothing wrong http://www.educ.uidaho.edu/center_for_ethics/research_fact_sheet.htm Shows that the longer an athlete is playing sport, the more the athlete’s moral reasoning is affected. With Kenneth Davis had already finished 4-years of high school football and had most likely been playing since he was child. His moral reasoning could have possibly been very low especially entering a revenue producing sport which, as stated in the research, can also lower moral reasoning. Quote acknowledging that Davis realizes he made a bad decision but at the time his morality was covered by the reality of playing Div 1-A football for TCU. o “I accept being wrong,” he said. `”I can admit being wrong. I was young, but I never thought about it (taking the money). My desire was to play ball. I loved to play for the man. I loved to play for the school. I’ve got
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