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Primerjava stališč do dopinga med športniki individualnih in ekipnih športnih disciplin
Bračič, Neža (Author), Uhan, Samo (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Namen magistrskega dela je predstaviti dejansko stanje uporabe dopinga v Sloveniji v vrhunskem športu in z lastno raziskavo ugotoviti stališča do uporabe dopinga pri športnikih, ki nastopajo v individualnih športih in športnikih, ki nastopajo v ekipnih športih. Raziskovalno vprašanje obravnava odnos posamezne skupine športnikov do dopinga in tekmovalnih dosežkov. Zanimala so nas tudi stališča obeh skupin do pojava dopinga na različnih nivojih tekmovanj in do osveščenosti o dopingu, ter razlike v stališčih glede na starost športnikov in leta treniranja. V magistrskem delu smo predstavili, kaj je doping, pregledali zgodovino uporabe dopinga, iz sociološkega vidika obravnavali teoretične razprave o uporabi dopinga v športu, navedli dosedanje raziskave o pojavu dopinga v športu ter pregledali pojavnost v zadnjih letih. Nadalje smo preverili dopinške primere v Sloveniji in jih analizirali. Podatki za Slovenijo od leta 1996 do junija 2018 kažejo skupno 39 zabeleženih kršitev protidopinških pravil, od tega kar 32 primerov oziroma 82 odstotkov kršitev športnikov, ki se ukvarjajo z individualnimi športnimi disciplinami. Z empirično raziskavo smo ugotovili, da se anketirani športniki večinoma strinjajo, da je možno doseči vrhunske rezultate brez uporabe dopinga. Športniki, ki se ukvarjajo z individualnim športom, v manjši meri kot športniki, ki se ukvarjajo z ekipnim športom, menijo, da je v vrhunskem športu možno uspeti, ne da bi posegli po dopingu.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:doping, stališča, individualni šport, ekipni šport, Slovenija.
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2018
COBISS.SI-ID:35767389 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Comparison of positions on doping between athletes in individual and team sports disciplines
Abstract:
The purpose of the master's thesis is to present the actual state of use of doping in Slovenia in top sports and to find out, based on our own research, the positions on the use of doping that occur in individual and in team sports. The research question deals with the attitude of each group of athletes towards doping in competitive achievements. The position of both groups on the occurrence of doping at different levels of competition and on the awareness of doping are examined, as well as the differences in attitudes regarding the age of the athletes and training years. The master's thesis also presents what doping is, examines the history of doping use, analyses theoretical discussions on the use of doping in sport from a sociological point of view, presents different researches on doping in sports and examines the incidence of doping in recent years. Furthermore, doping cases in Slovenia are analyzed. Data from 1996 to June 2018 show a total of 39 reported violations of anti-doping rules in Slovenia, of which 32 cases or 82 percent of violations of athletes deal with individual sports disciplines. With empirical research, we found that the interviewed athletes mostly agree that top results can be achieved without the use of doping. Athletes engaged in individual sports, to a lesser degree, than athletes who are involved in team sport, believe that in top-notch sports it is possible to succeed without interfering with doping.

Keywords:doping, positions, individual sport, team sport, Slovenia.

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