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Human rights in youth sport
  1. Nicola Maffulli

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    Edited by P David. London: Published by Routledge, 2005, £70.00 (soft cover), pp 338. ISBN 0415305594

    It may not be apparent unless one works in the field, but abuse of athletic children in the name of their sports is relatively widespread, even in so-called civilised societies. It includes the imposition of training regimes suited for adult athletes, punishment, encouraging the development of eating disorders and doping, psychological, sexual and emotional abuse from parents and coaches (who should be the protectors of the child athlete), and other competitors (who might be …

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