Exam 2 - Exam 2 Children and Dangerous Sport...

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Exam 2: Children and Dangerous Sport Recreation (Russell) Uncommon sense view = At certain point physical risk are okay and choices should be respected even if they weigh developmental good. Common sense view = Some physical risk needed for development but not if it exceeds developmental good. Self- Affirmation = Important value; goes against paternalistic view; seeing what were made of/ not good for anything, but gives value. Risk and Danger in youth sports facilitate development within kids (common sense) and provides opportunity for self-affirmation (uncommon sense) Pain, Children, High Performance Sports (Tymowski) Thinks childhood is defined by incompetence and vulnerability Fundamental principles of paternalism o Altruism = others interest before yours o Beneficence = Paternalistic intervention as to benefit another person. Only purpose which power can be rightfully exercised over any member of a civilized community, against his will, is to prevent harm to others. (mill) Hard paternalism justified if harm for others or not capable of informed consent. Soft paternalism justified by consent, beneficence, and altruism (for soft) Paternalism within the context of future oriented consent protects vulnerable children and ensures their open futures in any endeavor they so choose. Ethics of Native American Teams Names (Lindsey) Thinks there should be a banned on private use of Native American imagery. Political Conclusion = Liberal democracies may legitimately withdraw their support of Native American team names but may not actively legislate them out of existence. The harm of Native American team names results from the trivializing tendencies inherit in these names = exist a moral obligation on the part of team owners to desist from using such names. Thinks there are differences between a team name, logo, and mascots and some differences render some such practices more problematic from a moral perspective than others. Study Intercollegiate Sports= High Stakes, Low Rewards (Coakley)
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course KNH 402 taught by Professor Winn during the Fall '10 term at Miami University.

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Exam 2 - Exam 2 Children and Dangerous Sport...

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