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UGA KINS 2010 - Philosophy of Physical Activity Continued

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CompetitionThe attempt to determine athletic superiorityA shared test in which participants commit themselves to surpassing each other’s performanceValues excellent play. The process of competing in the game is valued as much as the outcomes that result from the playPlay and Duty in Sport (Physical Activity)Duty-like SportParticipation is justified by the beneficial effects of the sport (utility)Viewed as something that we must do because of what it does for us (ex. Improving health)Play-like SportParticipation is justified by its intrinsic valueFocused on what we are doing for its own sake and nothing moreTwo potent combinations:The combo of physical activity (sport) and play is a powerful incentive to get us movingPhysical activity (sport) and play PLUS competition can be even more powerful to get us movingPhysical Activity ValuesValues are our conceptions about the importance of thingsValues promoted in KinesiologyHealth-related physical fitnessKnowledge about the human body, physical activity, and health practicesMotor skillActivities related to pleasure or funNot mutually exclusiveSport EthicsFormulating defensible standards of behaviorImpartial, consistent, and criticalFollows a universal moral point of viewNo one counts more than anyone elseRule bending or intentional harm to an opponent is not justifiableBasic Behavioral Guidelines for SportFollow the rules of the sportRespect your opponentStrive to bring out the best performance in one anotherCare about your opponents well-being as much as your ownEthical Issues in Sport (examples)Goals of Kids’ SportsGenetic Testing of YouthNCAA AthleticsKINS 2010 1st Edition Lecture 9Outline of Last Lecture I. Goals of Philosophy of Physical Activity in KinesiologyII. Reflectiona. Tools of the tradeb. Philosophic methodsIII. Research methodsIV. Philosophic Claims about Values in Physical ActivityV. Sportsa. Definitionb. ComponentsVI. Significance of SkillsOutline of Current Lecture I. CompetitionII. Play and Duty in Sporta. Duty-like Sportb. Play-like Sportc. Two potent combinationsIII. Physical Activity Valuesa. Definition of valuesVII. Sport EthicsVIII. Basic Behavioral Guidelines for SportsIX. Ethical Issues in SportThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.Current Lecture Competition- The attempt to determine athletic superiority - A shared test in which participants commit themselves to surpassing each other’s performance- Values excellent play. The process of competing in the game is valued as much as the outcomes that result from the play Play and Duty in Sport (Physical Activity)- Duty-like Sporto Participation is justified by the beneficial effects of the sport (utility)o Viewed as something that we must do because of what it does for us (ex. Improving health)- Play-like Sporto Participation is justified by its intrinsic valueo Focused on what we are doing for its own sake and nothing more- Two potent combinations:o The combo of physical activity (sport) and play is a powerful incentive to get us movingo Physical activity (sport) and play PLUS competition can be even more powerful to get us moving Physical Activity Values- Values are our conceptions about the importance of things - Values promoted in Kinesiologyo Health-related physical fitnesso Knowledge about the human body, physical activity, and health practiceso Motor skillo Activities related to pleasure or fun- Not mutually exclusive Sport Ethics- Formulating defensible standards of behavior- Impartial, consistent, and critical- Follows a universal moral point of viewo No one counts more than anyone elseo Rule bending or intentional harm to an opponent is not justifiable  Basic Behavioral Guidelines for Sport- Follow the rules of the sport- Respect your opponent - Strive to bring out the best performance in one another - Care about your opponents well-being as much as your own Ethical Issues in Sport (examples)- Goals of Kids’ Sports- Genetic Testing of Youth- NCAA


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