Findings – The chapter argues that in some situations there are good and perhaps compelling moral reasons for researchers to take action when they observe certain problematic drinking behaviour. Researchers who fail to notice and/or act may be morally blameworthy and culpable in other ways, e.g. in breach of contract or code of conduct.
Jones, C., Brown, D. and Harris, M. (2020), "Researching Drinking Cultures in Sport: Making Difficult Ethical Decisions", Gee, S. (Ed.) Sport, Alcohol and Social Inquiry (Research in the Sociology of Sport, Vol. 14), Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 147-162. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1476-285420200000014009Download as .RIS
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