There has been increasing recognition of the need for regulations effectiveness, in terms of understanding and compliance with the rules, in the sport settings. This is important because sport is a rule-governed practice: constitutive rules, both prescriptive and proscriptive formal rules of play, define required equipment and facilities; auxiliary rules specify and control eligibility; regulatory rules place restraints on behaviour independent of the sport itself. This paper provides a review of regulations in sport settings and it focuses on managerial implications, in terms of training programs on dynamical process for ethical and unethical behaviors in systems significantly based on rules: for a qualitative exploratory study, we assume that understanding and being aware of the rules from the point of view of their technical contents is a necessary but not sufficient condition for the rule to be applied and ethically applied. Training on the intentional violations of the rules decided by the principal administrators of the system and the dynamical process which let to automatic adjustment to infringements frequently implemented by other stakeholders could prevent or reduce the corruptive phenomenon and increase rules effective application in sport settings.
|Titolo:||REGULATION IN THE SPORTS SETTING: TRAINING PROGRAMS TO REDUCE UNETHICAL BEHAVIORS|
TAFURI, Domenico (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|