Ethics is a science of moral claims, arguments and actions that has a special relevance for the attitudes, business and social relevance of sports. Sports ethics has a descriptive element as well as a normative component. This comprehensive understanding of sports ethics aids us in providing concrete assistance in implementing ethical guidelines in competitive contexts.
Current Research Projects
- 2005 Production of Teaching Materials for Combating Doping and Medical-Substance Abuse in Sports, Together with the Thuringian Anti-Doping Advisory Body and the Thuringian Institute for Teacher Training, Curriculum Development and Media
- Gabriel, H. / Knoepffler, N. / Wick, H.-C. / Albrecht, R. / Wanjeck, B. / Gödde, U. (editors, 2005): Doping and Medical-Substance Abuse in Sports. Instructional materials with themes and worksheets. Thuringian Institute for teacher training, curriculum development and media (ThiLLM), Bad Berka. .
- Doctoral Dissertation Project: “Unconcealed Doping in Competitive Sports and Open Competition” (Reyk Albrecht)