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Doping in sport. Global ethical issues
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    Edited by Angela Schneider, Fan Hong. . Published by Taylor & Francis (Routledge) Colchester, 2007, pp 199, £21.99 (softcover). ISBN 9780415352239

    This text is part of a series called “Sport in the Global Society”. It contains 10 essays from different contributors that discuss and debate ethical issues and arguments about performance enhancing drugs in sport in a global context. As the introduction says, “the perspectives covered range from athletes to administrators, from specific countries to the international community and from scepticism to optimism.”

    The fairness, values and ethics of anti-doping policies and application in different countries and internationally are discussed. The specific countries are: USA, Argentina, UK, France (Tour de France), Bulgaria (Bulgarian Weightlifting Association), Japan, China, Norway …

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