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Running head: ETHICAL ISSUES IN SPORTSEthical issues in Olympic with regards to dopingName of Student:Student ID:Name of University:Author’s Note:
1ETHICAL ISSUES IN SPORTSTable of ContentsIntroduction:....................................................................................................................................2Ethics and Gene Doping:.................................................................................................................3Instance:...........................................................................................................................................4Ethical Dilemma:.............................................................................................................................4The Rules:........................................................................................................................................5Responsible Parties:.........................................................................................................................6What does the most good?...............................................................................................................7What Olympic Games Represent:...................................................................................................8Conclusion:....................................................................................................................................12References:....................................................................................................................................13
2ETHICAL ISSUES IN SPORTSIntroduction:Doping is s a factor that has its existence not only in the professional sport but alsoaffecting the amateur athletes making in augmenting use of the drugs enhancing performance.Doping methods of definite nature has the ability in improving the specific facets of the physicalrecital in athletes in the Games related to Olympic and Paralympics1. Doping has been a threat toglobal sports. It destabilizes the standard of open and fair antagonism. It is a factor that dampensthe sport practice in general and puts the professional ones under unreasonable pressure. Itseriously tarnishes the industry image and illustrates a stern threat to the health of theindividuals. One of the reasons that push the athletes in taking drugs is the money factor,winning competition means taking money, fame and enjoying employment contracts.The usage of the performance-enhancing drugs has been justified by the craving ofstaying fit or developing the appearance physically. As per the reports of 2010 from the ItalianBioethics Committee, the dissemination of doping is generally related to the social andpsychological vibrant such as the velocity up of life in the industrial societies, the anxiety indeveloping the performance, the panic of not being able to tackle the issues of regular life.In the course of time, doping has been able to show greater capability in discovering andusage of fresh substances and appropriating the new scientific discoveries. A new frontier thathas been reached by the doping is the usage of the genes. It is, in quintessence, to use the1Petróczi, Andrea, Paul Norman, and Sebastian Brueckner. "Can we better integrate the role of anti-doping in sportsand society? A psychological approach to contemporary value-based prevention."Acute Topics in Anti-Doping. Vol.62. Karger Publishers, 2017. 160-176.
3ETHICAL ISSUES IN SPORTSoutcome attained in the field of medical concerning the usage of the genes for the therapeuticprinciples and using them for the purpose less dignified2.Ethics and Gene Doping:The increase in the detections of the fresh substances and new approaches of doping isnot connected with a similarly augmented responsiveness of the many risks associated withhealth with taking of the substances to such methods. During that same point of time when thescientific research discovered the map containing human gene, the industry of doping waswearisome in stealing those fresh knowledge for commercializing of the same.The ethical issues that can be related to doping have also been found in the uncovering ofthe sampling of tissues. It will be unlikely that the athletes would be forced in giving approval tothe process given the persistent surroundings of the biopsies that are required to be submitted.Adding to that are the several forms of genetic doping not requiring the unswerving injection ofthe genes in the preferred besieged organ.Genetic manipulation takes in a future of heritably customized athletes participating incompetitions that are being divided as per the modified genome, making use of the similarprinciple similar to the Paralympics’ athletes division3. The world of sports is heading towardsthe future where the artificial competitions would not be won by the most deserving of theathletes but by the artifacts one.2Voss, Sven Christian, et al. "The effect of a period of intense exercise on the marker approach to detect growthhormone doping in sports."Drug testing and analysis6.6 (2014): 582-586.3Mottram, David, et al. "Perspective of pharmacists in Qatar regarding doping and anti-doping in sports."TheJournal of sports medicine and physical fitness56.6 (2016): 817-824.
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