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Sporting conduct: a survey of sports spectators’ perceptions

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There is a growing concern - articulated through the media, the public and, to some extent, within sport itself - that the ‘conduct’ of professional sportsmen and women is not as good as it ought to be – indeed, that it is in decline. In order to gain a more objective appreciation of this concern, and to help begin a dialogue about ethical issues with players, coaches, officials and others, UK Sport decided early in 2001, that it was important to develop a sense of the wider perception of values in sport and sporting conduct.

  

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Editor's comments - [  This research focuses on spectators’ perceptions of the values and norms of sporting conduct in four high-profile professional sports: football, cricket, tennis and golf.  ]  Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>

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Reference : McNamee M. (2001) Sporting conduct: a survey of sports spectators’ perceptions of the values and norms of selected professional sports. Cheltenham: University of Gloucestershire

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