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Match-fixing : moral challenges for those involved

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Match-fixing is a major ethical issue in sports. Although research interest in match-fixing has increased in recent years, we remain largely in the dark regarding how both betting- and non-betting-related match-fixing relate to the moral decision-making of those involved. Drawing on Rest’s theory of morality and on the perceptions of a large sample (n = 567) of participants in Flemish sports, this study indicates that most match-fixing incidents are non-betting-related, while moral motivation and associated challenges clearly differ according to the type of match-fixing. Therefore, each type of match-fixing requires different preventive measures.
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match-fixing, moral decision-making, sports ethics, SOCIAL DESIRABILITY, FAIR PLAY, CORRUPTION, INTEGRITY, EUROPE, ETHICS, CODES

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Van Der Hoeven, Stef, et al. “Match-Fixing : Moral Challenges for Those Involved.” ETHICS & BEHAVIOR, 2020.
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Van Der Hoeven, S., De Waegeneer, E., Constandt, B., & Willem, A. (2020). Match-fixing : moral challenges for those involved. ETHICS & BEHAVIOR.
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Van Der Hoeven, Stef, Els De Waegeneer, Bram Constandt, and Annick Willem. 2020. “Match-Fixing : Moral Challenges for Those Involved.” ETHICS & BEHAVIOR.
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Van Der Hoeven, Stef, Els De Waegeneer, Bram Constandt, and Annick Willem. 2020. “Match-Fixing : Moral Challenges for Those Involved.” ETHICS & BEHAVIOR.
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Van Der Hoeven S, De Waegeneer E, Constandt B, Willem A. Match-fixing : moral challenges for those involved. ETHICS & BEHAVIOR. 2020;
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S. Van Der Hoeven, E. De Waegeneer, B. Constandt, and A. Willem, “Match-fixing : moral challenges for those involved,” ETHICS & BEHAVIOR, 2020.
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  abstract     = {Match-fixing is a major ethical issue in sports. Although research interest in match-fixing has increased in recent years, we remain largely in the dark regarding how both betting- and non-betting-related match-fixing relate to the moral decision-making of those involved. Drawing on Rest’s theory of morality and on the perceptions of a large sample (n = 567) of participants in Flemish sports, this study indicates that most match-fixing incidents are non-betting-related, while moral motivation and associated challenges clearly differ according to the type of match-fixing. Therefore, each type of match-fixing requires different preventive measures.},
  author       = {Van Der Hoeven, Stef and De Waegeneer, Els and Constandt, Bram and Willem, Annick},
  issn         = {1050-8422},
  journal      = {ETHICS & BEHAVIOR},
  keywords     = {match-fixing,moral decision-making,sports ethics,SOCIAL DESIRABILITY,FAIR PLAY,CORRUPTION,INTEGRITY,EUROPE,ETHICS,CODES},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Match-fixing : moral challenges for those involved},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10508422.2019.1667238},
  year         = {2020},
}

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