Doping and Public Policy

The essays in this book show that athletes who dope and those who pursue them are trapped in a fateful conflict far more complicated than the familiar story line suggests.

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Author: John Milton Hoberman

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015063275492

Category: Political Science

Page: 163

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The great Tour de France scandal of 1998 was the first time ever that political forces intervened to lay bare the comprehensive doping practices of popular athletes. The essays in this book show that athletes who dope and those who pursue them are trapped in a fateful conflict far more complicated than the familiar story line suggests. Doping and Public Policy argues that the current strategy of condemnation and surveillance is not enough, and that it is time to rethink anti-doping policy in the global context where it belongs.

Doping and Public Health

Donati, A. (2004) 'The silent drama of the diffusion of doping among amateurs and professionals', in J. Hoberman and V. Møller (eds), Doping and Public Policy, Odense, University Press of Southern Denmark, 45–90. Donati, A. (2006).

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Author: Nader Ahmadi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317421092

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 152

View: 982

Doping – the use of performance-enhancing substances and methods – has long been a high-profile issue in sport but in recent years it has also become an issue in wider society. This important new book examines doping as a public health issue, drawing on a multi-disciplinary set of perspectives to explore the prevalence, significance and consequences of doping in wider society. It introduces the epidemiology of doping, examines the historical context, and explores the social, behavioural, legal, ethical and political aspects of doping. The book also discusses possible interventions for addressing the problem on organisational and societal levels. Doping and Public Health incorporates the latest research to provide a comprehensive guide to the key aspects of doping as a social phenomenon. Divided into six parts, this collection of studies offers detailed insight into: ideals of health and fitness in today’s society reasons behind the use of doping medical and social consequences of doping the importance of a doping-free society challenges to the detection and prevention of doping the global anti-doping movement. This book is a valuable resource for sport students, instructors and sport professionals, and will also be of interest to educators and policy-makers working in the areas of health, criminology, sociology and law.

Doping and Anti Doping Policy in Sport

Available online at: www. focus.de/politik/deutschland/anti-doping-gesetz_aid_57195.html (accessed July 15, 2010). ... Bette, K.-H. (2004) “Biographical risks and doping,” in J. Hoberman and V. Møller (eds), Doping and public policy, ...

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Author: Mike McNamee

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136661082

Category: Law

Page: 264

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The issue of doping has been the most widely discussed problem in sports ethics and is one of the most prominent issues across sports studies, the sports sciences and their constituent disciplines. This book adds uniquely to that catalogue of discourses by focusing on extant anti-doping policy and doping practices from a range of multi-disciplinary perspectives (specifically ethical, legal, and social scientific). With contributions from a world-class team of scholars and legal practitioners from the UK, Europe and North America, the book explores key contemporary issues such as: sports medicine international doping policy the whereabouts system the criminalization of doping privacy rights, gene doping and ethics imperfection in doping test procedures steroid use in the general population. Doping and Anti-Doping Policy in Sport offers an important critique of contemporary anti-doping policy and is essential reading for any advanced student, researcher or policy maker with an interest in this vital issue.

Guardians of Public Value

Delivery of Public Services. Studies in Public and Non-Profit Governance (Vol. 7, pp. 167–191). Bingley: Emerald Publishing. De Hon, O. M. (2016). Striking the Right Balance: Effectiveness of Anti-Doping Policies (Dissertation).

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Author: Arjen Boin

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030517014

Category: Electronic books

Page: 353

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This open access book presents case studies of twelve organisations which the public have come to view as institutions. From the BBC to Doctors Without Borders, from the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra to CERN, this volume examines how some organisations rise to prominence and remain in high public esteem through changing and challenging times. It builds upon the scholarly tradition of institutional scholarship pioneered by Philip Selznick, and highlights common themes in the stories of these highly diverse organizations; demonstrating how leadership, learning, and luck all play a role in becoming and remaining an institution. This case study format makes this volume ideal for classroom use and practitioners alike. In an era where public institutions are increasingly under threat, this volume offers concrete lessons for contemporary organisation leaders. Arjen Boin is Professor of Public Institutions and Governance at the Department of Political Science, Leiden University, Netherlands. Paul 't Hart is Professor of Public Administration at the Utrecht School of Governance, Utrecht University, Netherlands. Lauren A. Fahy is a PhD Fellow at the Utrecht School of Governance, Utrecht University, Netherlands.

Sport Policy and Politics

The primary source of policy similarity lies with the IOC, with the major international federations such as those for track and ... It would have been reasonably easy for governments to ignore the issue of doping on various grounds.

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Author: Barrie Houlihan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134794393

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 336

View: 488

Sport, Policy and Politics is a genuinely comparative analysis of sport policy-making in five countries - Australia, Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom and North America. Some of the issues raised in this book include: * the process of sport policy-making * the administrative framework for sport: the responsibilities of central or federal governments, state governments and local authorities * the division of responsibility between different levels of government * how policy-making has addressed the topical problems of drug abuse in athletes, and the provision of sport and physical education in schools.

An Introduction to Drugs in Sport

——(2004) 'Doping and public policy', in J. Hoberman and V. Møller (eds) Doping and Public Policy, Odense: University of Southern Denmark. Hoberman, J. and Møller, V. (eds) (2004) Doping and Public Policy, Odense: University of Southern ...

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Author: Ivan Waddington

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134084241

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 280

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Why do many athletes risk their careers by taking performance-enhancing drugs? Do the highly competitive pressures of elite sports teach athletes to win at any cost? An Introduction to Drugs in Sport provides a detailed and systematic examination of drug use in sport and attempts to explain why athletes have, over the last four decades, increasingly used performance-enhancing drugs. It offers a critical overview of the major theories of drug use in sport, and provides a detailed analysis of the involvement of sports physicians in the development and use of performance-enhancing drugs. Focusing on drug use within elite sport, the book offers an in-depth examination of important contemporary themes and issues, including: the history of drugs in sport and changing patterns of use fair play, cheating and the ‘spirit of sport’ WADA and the future of anti-doping policy drug use in professional football and cycling sociological enquiry and the problems of researching drugs in sport. Designed to help students explore and understand this problematic area of research in sport studies, and richly illustrated throughout with case studies and empirical data, An Introduction to Drugs in Sport is an invaluable addition to the literature. It is essential reading for anybody with an interest in the relationship between drugs, sport and society.

Drug Games

“The History of Synthetic Testosterone.” Scientific American, February 1995, 76–82. Houlihan, Barrie. “Anti-Doping Policy in Sport: The Politics of International Policy Coordination.” Public Administration 77, no.

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Author: Thomas M. Hunt

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9780292739574

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 231

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On August 26, 1960, twenty-three-year-old Danish cyclist Knud Jensen, competing in that year's Rome Olympic Games, suddenly fell from his bike and fractured his skull. His death hours later led to rumors that performance-enhancing drugs were in his system. Though certainly not the first instance of doping in the Olympic Games, Jensen's death serves as the starting point for Thomas M. Hunt's thoroughly researched, chronological history of the modern relationship of doping to the Olympics. Utilizing concepts derived from international relations theory, diplomatic history, and administrative law, this work connects the issue to global political relations. During the Cold War, national governments had little reason to support effective anti-doping controls in the Olympics. Both the United States and the Soviet Union conceptualized power in sport as a means of impressing both friends and rivals abroad. The resulting medals race motivated nations on both sides of the Iron Curtain to allow drug regulatory powers to remain with private sport authorities. Given the costs involved in testing and the repercussions of drug scandals, these authorities tried to avoid the issue whenever possible. But toward the end of the Cold War, governments became more involved in the issue of testing. Having historically been a combined scientific, ethical, and political dilemma, obstacles to the elimination of doping in the Olympics are becoming less restrained by political inertia.

Managing High Performance Sport

Psychological drivers of doping: The life-cycle model of performance enhancement. Substances Abuse Treatment, Prevention and Policy, 3(7). ... A Leninist monster: Compulsory doping and public policy in the GDR and the lessons for today.

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Author: Popi Sotiriadou

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136477232

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 322

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How can managers design and implement effective high performance programmes in sport? What are the key challenges in managing elite athletes, sports people and teams? This is the first book to provide a comprehensive introduction to management practice, process and policy in elite and high performance sport (HPS). Drawing on real-world case-studies of elite sport around the world, the book shows a conceptual framework for studying and analysing high performance sport and introduces the skills and techniques that managers and administrators will need to develop effective HPS programmes. The book examines the macro level factors that determine a nation’s sporting success, including political, social and cultural elements, and then moves on to unpack the specifics of elite athlete and team management at a micro level. Adopting an integrated, holistic approach throughout, the book highlights best practice in every key area of an HPS programme, including: defining performance and success organizational structure and leadership finance, funding and marketing coaching and coach development talent identification and development competition and events training and facilities scientific research and sport science support. The book features contributions from world-leading sport management academics as well as practitioners with experience of managing HPS programmes at world and Olympic level. Each chapter includes a full range of useful features, such as summaries, case-studies, review questions and guides to further reading. This is essential reading for all serious students and professionals working in sport management or high performance sport.

The Ethics of Doping and Anti Doping

(2001) 'Intet bevis i historisk dopingsag' [No Evidence in Historical Doping Case], Politiken, 9 April. ... and Professionals', in J. Hoberman and V. Møller (eds) Doping and Public Policy, Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark.

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Author: Verner Møller

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134013487

Category: Philosophy

Page: 176

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With every positive drugs test the credibility and veracity of modern elite sport is diminished. In this radical and provocative critique of current anti-doping policy and practice, Verner Møller argues that the fight against doping – promoted as an initiative to cleanse sport of cheats – is at heart nothing less than a battle to save sport from itself, located on the fault-line between the will to purity and the will to win. Drawing on extensive and detailed case studies of doping in sport, and using a highly original blend of conceptual ideas from philosophy and sociology, Møller strongly criticises current anti-doping regimes and challenges our commonly held ideas about the nature of sport and the risks posed by drugs to health and fair play. He argues forcefully that we must understand the precarious position of the athlete and that only by containing coaches, doctors and drug companies within the anti-doping regime can we hope to ever make progress on this most important issue. Written in a lively and engaging style, and skilfully blending empirical case studies with cutting edge theory, this book represents an important statement on the nature of sport, morality and modernity. It is important reading for all serious students and scholars of the ethics, sociology and politics of sport.

Sport Policy and Politics

A genuinely comparative analysis of sport policy -making in five countries - Australia, Canada, Ireland, the UK and North America. Focuses on issues such as drug abuse, government intervention and the provision of sport in schools.

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Author: Barrie Houlihan

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415129184

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 313

View: 432

A genuinely comparative analysis of sport policy -making in five countries - Australia, Canada, Ireland, the UK and North America. Focuses on issues such as drug abuse, government intervention and the provision of sport in schools.

WADA the World Anti Doping Agency

Independence and accountability: The case of the Drug Free Sport Directorate, the UK's national anti-doping organisation. Public Policy and Administration, 22(4), 381–402. Hoye, R., Smith, A.C., Nicholson, M., & Stewart, B. (2015).

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Author: Daniel Read

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000381030

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 240

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Examining the legitimacy of the World Anti-Doping Agency, this book offers a critical analysis of the anti-doping system and the social and behavioural processes that shape policy, asking why the current system is failing. Featuring in-depth, contemporary case studies from around the world, including the whereabouts system; Lance Armstrong; therapeutic use exemptions; the Essendon Bombers; recreational drugs policy; and the Russian Olympic doping programme, this is the first text to analyse empirically how the legitimacy of WADA is constructed, contested and managed in the field of anti-doping, and the consequent impact this has on anti-doping. Based on the analysis of these case studies, the book discusses how legitimacy processes have shaped the current regulatory environment and offers structural and governance reforms to improve anti-doping policy design and implementation. Adopting a unique theoretical perspective, rooted in a socio-cognitive perspective on organisational behaviour, this book is essential reading for any researcher or student working on drugs and doping in sport, sport management, the sociology of sport, governance, transnational organisations or strategic management. It also offers important insights for policymakers and administrators working in sport or in government.

Drugs Alcohol and Sport

Allessandro Donati, 'The silent drama of the diffusion of doping among amateurs and professionals', in John Hoberman and Verner Møller, eds., Doping and public policy (Odense, 2005), p. 51. In March 2004 a judge in Ferrera pronounced ...

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Author: Paul Dimeo

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317997740

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 200

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The use of alcohol and drugs seems contradictory to the popular ideal of sport as a healthy moral and physical pursuit, and yet it has been present in sports culture since clubs first became the focus for competitive games and social gatherings. Charting the changing patterns of the use of drugs and alcohol since the nineteenth century, this is a critical history that relates substance consumption and regulation to social relations of power: sports men and women almost revelling in their deviance and leaving the moral agonising to their supposed ‘superiors’. In addition, certain substances have become at various times the focus of heightened controversy, raising questions about the symbolism of the body in sport, its uses and behaviours and associated perceptions. These questions are tackled here in a lively discussion on the social construction of drug and alcohol use, ideal as a catalyst for debate or as an informed introduction to the hottest topic in sport today. This book was previously published as a special issue of Sport in History.

Yearbook of International Sports Arbitration 2016

SFT avoided to specify whether this would be substantive or procedural public policy.45 An award can only be annulled ... of strict liability and sanctions for anti-doping rule violations do not violate substantive public policy.47 In ...

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Author: Antoine Duval

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789462652378

Category: Law

Page: 427

View: 173

The Yearbook of International Sports Arbitration is the first academic publication aiming to offer comprehensive coverage, on a yearly basis, of the most recent and salient developments regarding international sports arbitration, through a combination of general articles and case notes. The present volume covers decisions rendered by the Court of arbitration for Sport (CAS) and national courts in 2016. It is a must-have for sports lawyers and arbitrators, as well as researchers engaged in this field. It provides in-depth articles on burning issues raised by international sports arbitration, and independent commentaries by esteemed academics and seasoned practitioners on the most important decisions of the year by the CAS and national courts. Dr. Antoine Duval is Senior Researcher for International and European Sports Law at the T.M.C. Asser Instituut in The Hague. He holds a Ph.D. on the interaction between Lex Sportiva and EU Law from the European University Institute in Florence. Prof. Antonio Rigozzi teaches international arbitration and sports law at the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, and is the partner in charge of the sports arbitration practice at Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler, a Geneva-based law firm specializing in international arbitration.

Public Policy and Professional Sports

The player has also broken the rules of the game which preclude 'simulation' and for which breaches accrue a penalty of a yellow card. ... The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) defines a series of prohibited substances and methods.

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Author: John K Wilson

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781782546245

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 192

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øPublic Policy and Professional Sports _is a comprehensive analysis of public policy aspects of the economics of professional sports, supported by in-depth international case studies. It covers regulation and competition in the sports industry and its

Sport Policy in Canada

Confessions of an inquiring spirit and some miscellaneous pieces. London: William Pickering. Copenhagen Declaration on Anti-Doping in Sport. (2003). Retrieved from http://www.wada-ama.org/Documents/World_Anti-Doping_Program/ ...

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Author: Lucie Thibault

Publisher: University of Ottawa Press

ISBN: 9780776620954

Category: Law

Page: 435

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"Research Centre for Sport in Canadian Society, University of Ottawa."

The Social Organization of Sports Medicine

On the relationship of Francesco Conconi to the politics of doping in Italy, see John Hoberman, “Introduction: 'Doping and Public Policy,'” in Doping and Public Policy, ed. John Hoberman and Verner Møller (Odense: University Press of ...

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Author: Dominic Malcolm

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415884440

Category: Medical

Page: 338

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During the twentieth century the relationship between sport and medicine has eveloped in the context of broader social, cultural and politico-economic processes. This includes increasing scientific understanding of the human body, growing attention to lifestyle as a health-risk factor, the development of health promotion, and a shifting balance of power between the medical profession, allied health professions and patients. In conjunction with the rationalization, internationalization and commercialization of sports performance, these processes have combined to lead to the expansion of the system of sports medicine in any, if not all, Western nations. This volume charts changing perceptions of sport within medical discourse, attempts by sports medicine providers to forge professional identities in response to these processes, the day-to-day experiences of deliverers of sports medicine and the reactions of recipients of that healthcare.

Stakeholder Analysis and Sport Organisations

Houlihan, B., & Vidar Hanstad, D. (2019) e effectiveness of the World Anti-Doping Agency: Developing a framework for analysis. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 11(2), 203– 217. Houlihan, B., Vidar Hanstad, D., ...

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Author: Anna-Maria Strittmatter

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000511888

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 304

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This book provides a critical examination of the origins and development of stakeholder theory within sport management research and expands the existing literature by providing insights on stakeholding in sport from various perspectives, such as governance, communication, and marketing. Examining cases from around the world and from a wide range of different sporting contexts, each chapter reflects on key insights derived from stakeholder theory before offering an analysis of the limitations of the theory and the ways in which it might be fruitfully extended or developed. It offers suggestions on how the literature on stakeholding in sport can be advanced in order to provide knowledge relevant not only to sport studies, but also to organization theory more broadly, and points to future avenues of inquiry in order to extend the reach of stakeholder theory and other inter-organizational perspectives in sport management research. Stakeholder Analysis and Sport Organisations is fascinating reading for any advanced student, researcher, policy maker or practitioner with an interest in sport management, sport governance, sport development or organisational theory.

Doping and Public Health

This book is a valuable resource for sport students, instructors and sport professionals, and will also be of interest to educators and policy-makers working in the areas of health, criminology, sociology and law.

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Author: Nader Ahmadi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317421108

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 152

View: 219

Doping – the use of performance-enhancing substances and methods – has long been a high-profile issue in sport but in recent years it has also become an issue in wider society. This important new book examines doping as a public health issue, drawing on a multi-disciplinary set of perspectives to explore the prevalence, significance and consequences of doping in wider society. It introduces the epidemiology of doping, examines the historical context, and explores the social, behavioural, legal, ethical and political aspects of doping. The book also discusses possible interventions for addressing the problem on organisational and societal levels. Doping and Public Health incorporates the latest research to provide a comprehensive guide to the key aspects of doping as a social phenomenon. Divided into six parts, this collection of studies offers detailed insight into: ideals of health and fitness in today’s society reasons behind the use of doping medical and social consequences of doping the importance of a doping-free society challenges to the detection and prevention of doping the global anti-doping movement. This book is a valuable resource for sport students, instructors and sport professionals, and will also be of interest to educators and policy-makers working in the areas of health, criminology, sociology and law.

Dying to Win

From the local to the global Over the last forty years, anti-doping policy has been transformed from a concern of a small group of governing bodies and countries to a global affair which has prompted the development of a series of ...

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Author: Barrie Houlihan

Publisher: Council of Europe

ISBN: 9789287146854

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 247

View: 751

Drug abuse in sport has now become an acute international problem, which undermines the integrity of sport and is a real danger to the health of thousands of athletes. The second edition of this publication has been updated to take account of new forms of drug abuse in the sports world, as well as developments in genetic engineering and gene therapy. It also contains a list of useful internet sources. A key finding is that the control of doping, including the harmonisation of both practice and policy among the major world sports bodies, requires a re-evaluation of the direction of future anti-doping policy, particularly in the light of the recent establishment of the World Anti-Doping Agency.

Global Sports Policy

Anti-doping provides an instructive case study of some of the issues and debates which underpin global governance and supranational policy-making that transcend sub-national policy interests; a key development of public policy in the ...

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Author: Catherine Palmer

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446271667

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 240

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"Lifts the analysis out of the nuts and bolts of sports policy and into some really thought-provoking areas which will equip the policy maker for the challenges of the 21st century" - Dominic Malcolm, Loughborough University "This is an excellent analysis of the significance of globalisation for national sport policy and especially of the impact of global processes at the local socio-cultural level" - Barrie Houlihan, Loughborough University Drawing upon a range of empirical case studies, Catherine Palmer situates sports policy within a broader consideration of global processes, practices and consequences, exploring the relationship between: the local and the global globalization and governance new technologies human rights the environment corporate responsibility. In doing so she sets out the ground for an understanding of policy making in sport and how this affects society. Covering both theory and practice, it is a detailed and thought provoking resource for students of sports policy, sports development, sports management and sports studies.