7 edition of Performance-enhancing technologies in sports found in the catalog.
Performance-enhancing technologies in sports
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Thomas H. Murray ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Murray, Thomas H., 1946-|
|LC Classifications||RC1230 .P478 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009002902|
Sports Technology Innovation ShotTracker Named CES Innovation Awards Honoree ShotTracker, the revolutionary sensor-based system that delivers live stats and analytics via an app to coaches, players and fans, announced that it has been named a CES Innovation Awards Honoree for the ShotTracker Rechargeable Ball Rack – its completely. Performance-Enhancing Technologies: Kinds and Challenges A primary and original performance-enhancing technology is the strategic use of body movements as a means to reach sport-specific goals; body teclmiques. Phe-nomenologists examine the body as subject and concentrate on experiential quali-ties or the "lived experience" of performance (32).
performance enhancing drugs and using performance enhancing technologies in nutrition, training, and equipment. Drugs give their users an unfair advantage. Performance enhancing technologies, on the other hand, still require hard work. They are not automatic and . Technology affects many aspects of sport from performance on and off the field to spectating and public profile. Increasingly, advances in technology influence grass-roots as well as elite sport.
(). Advances in the application of information technology to sport performance. Journal of Sports Sciences: Vol. 20, No. 10, pp. Technology in contact sports has evolved in a very particular form in the past decades and especially over the past few years. A significant amount of technology is becoming portable and wireless and data is now often being made available in real time for coaches, trainers and sport scientists.
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This book brings together an interdisciplinary group of experts in bioethics, sports, law, and philosophy to examine the need for regulating such athletic performance-enhancing technologies as steroids and gene doping.3/5(1).
This book brings together an interdisciplinary group of experts in bioethics, sports, law, and philosophy to examine the need for regulating such athletic performance-enhancing technologies.
Edited by Thomas H. Murray, Karen J. Maschke, and Angela A. Wasunna (Johns Hopkins University Press, ) This book brings together an interdisciplinary group of experts in bioethics, sports, law, and philosophy to examine the need for regulating such athletic performance-enhancing technologies as steroids and gene doping.
The use of performance–improving drugs in sports dates back Read more. Understood in this way, performance-enhancing technology becomes an instantiation of the essence of sport.
For instance, according to Savulescu and collaborators, performance-enhancing technologies should be banned based on two criteria: safety and the spirit of sport (Savulescu,p. The latter criterion, according to them, comprises Cited by: 2.
Book Review Performance-enhancing technologies in sports: Ethical, conceptual, and scientific issues. Oskar MacGregor Department of Philosophy, History and Law in Healthcare, Swansea University, Pages Published online: 11 Mar Download citation;Cited by: Performance-enhancing technologies and the ethics of human subjects research / Karen J.
Maschke Toward an understanding of factors influencing athletes' attitudes about performance-enhancing technologies: implications for ethics education / Robert J. Donovan Ethics and endurance-enhancing technologies in sport / Thomas H.
Murray. Book Description. This volume presents articles which focus on the ethical evaluation of performance-enhancing technologies in sport.
The collection considers whether drug doping should be banned; the rationale of not banning ethically contested innovations such as hypoxic chambers; and the implications of the prospects of human genetic engineering for the notion of sport as a development of.
After identifying some limitations of Agar’s approach, I will apply it to sport in order to explore what kinds of enhancing-performance technologies should be allowed in it.
In doing so, I will focus on two criteria from Agar’s account that could be deployed to determine when it would be morally condemnable to utilize performance-enhancing. 10 Performance Enhancing Sports Products Published Fri, Jul 29 PM EDT Updated Wed, Jan 29 PM EST When it comes to products designed to enhance athletic performance, the.
Debates on sport technologies tend to engage. Sometimes they have a unifying effect. As is evident from the establishment of the World Antidoping Agency (WADA), there is a relatively strong consensus that the use of performance-enhancing drugs, or doping, should be banned in sport.
Sometimes technology causes controversies. New movement techniques, such as the so-called flop. Drugs and performance-enhancing technology would not have to challenge any existing sporting competitions and their cultures. It would simply be a new category of sports with different athletes.
Technology has caused a massive increase in performance over the past 40 years. David Epstein (in the video below) describes how the simple change in running surface and the use of running blocks has revolutionised the times for running events at the Olympic Games. Please take.
In book: Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement: Philosophy and Sport, Chapter: Conceptual Problems with Performance Enhancing Technology in Sport.
Get this from a library. Performance-enhancing technologies in sports: ethical, conceptual, and scientific issues. [Thomas H Murray; Karen J Maschke; Angela A Wasunna;] -- This book brings together an interdisciplinary group of experts in bioethics, sports, law, and philosophy to examine the need for regulating such athletic performance-enhancing technologies as.
Performance-enhancing technologies in sports: ethical, conceptual, and scientific issues RCP Pharmacology, doping and sports: a scientific guide for athletes, coaches, physicians, scientists and administrators.
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Download The Ethics Of Sports Medicine books, The book aims to establish a critical dialogue between sports. Drawing on the claim that sport can build character, they argue that the ethical assessment of performance-enhancing technology must focus on how such technology affects the promotion of excellence.
For them, “enhancement and performance development has to take place in particular ways to enable development of virtue” [ 3 ] (p. and use of sport technologies that would assist in the right performance. Keywords: Performance, Sport Technology, Video Technology 1. Introduction Sport world today is getting technological by combining natural athletic talent with advanced analytics and artificial intelligent to produce the best possible outcomes on the playing field of sports.
Sports Doping as a Test Case. Ethical debate about enhancement has been prominent in the bioethics literature in recent years. Proponents of enhancement note that our lives would plausibly go better if we were more intelligent, longer-lived and physically stronger, and they deny that there is any good objection to using biomedical technologies to achieve these goals (Bostrom and Roache, Embrace performance-enhancing drugs and technology in sport The Paralympics, which began this week in Rio de Janeiro, is bringing together 4, athletes to compete in 23 sports from.The Ethics of Performance-Enhancing Technology in Sport Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 36(2) October with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'.