In force Publication date 13 May 19
Examining the Role of Personal Ethics in Athlete and Stakeholder Perceptions of Anti-Doping
Project/Report Title: Examining the Role of Personal Ethics in Athlete and Stakeholder Perceptions of Anti-Doping
Researcher(s)/author(s): Dr. John Mills
Institution(s): University of Essex
Year of funding/approval: 2019
The current project has three main objectives:
- To explore the moral development of athletes and stakeholders, a sample of sport (e.g., team, individual) and exercise (e.g., bodybuilding, aerobics) participants (preferably athlete-parent/coach dyads) will be recruited for Moral Judgement Interviews to establish how individuals vary in their ethical frameworks.
- These data will then be utilised to design and validate a novel measure of personal ethics, which not only assesses the strength of said ethics, but also provides a rank ordering of ethical priorities.
- To develop a new value based anti-doping training programme that uses the new measure to identify the dominant personal ethic and attempts to use this information to reduce doping intentions.
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