Arete, Sport and Society, American Sport History, Violence, NHL, Todd Bertuzzi, Criminals, NCAA
Todd Bertuzzi; Criminals; Violence; National Hockey League; National Collegiate Athletic Association; Sports; Ethics
At times, the world of sport offers its fans moral and ethical questions of a formidable nature rivaling the questions pondered by medieval theologians. For example, who is morally more reprehensible: a baseball player who assaults a television cameraman or one who takes steroids after denying under oath that he had never taken steroids. Whose transgression is worse: a football player who fails a drug test or a hockey player who in a premeditated action assaults a fellow player with a sucker punch from behind, drives his head into the ice, and breaks his neck?
Sport and Society for Arete
College of Arts and Humanities
Crepeau, Richard C., "Ethical values in sport" (2005). On Sport and Society. 689.