Theory of Planned Behavior and Unsportsmanlike Conduct

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Theory of Planned Behavior and Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Jo

I am making a study regarding predicting unsportsmanlike conduct. I'm still not sure if I will include moral obligation and moral reasoning to the model since some sports actions may be deemed necessary by athletes, as different circumstances may call for it, whether the actions ethical or not. I haven't found any study like this except cheating etc so im not really certain. Could you help me out? Thanks (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Unsportsmanlike Conduct
dickinson, Student (Other), United Kingdom, Member

My family are very involved with childrens rugby. We can predict which children will engage in unsportsmanlike behaviour by talking to the childrens parents. Those children who are rewarded by their parents for each try they score individually are most likely to be culprits. In a team game, reward of individual achievement instead of team achievement in less talented players yields players with the worst conduct less likely to pass to team members and also most likely to continue bad attitude to successful team members off the pitch.
 

         
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