Ryall, E. (2013) ‘Conceptual Problems with Performance Enhancing Technology in Sport’ in A. O’Hear (Ed.) Philosophy and Sport. Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement: 73. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Culbertson, L., McNamee, M. and Ryall, E. (2013) ‘Ethics in Sport’ in J. Beech and S. Chadwick (Eds.) The Business of Sport Management (2nd edition). Harlow: Pearson.
Ryall, E. (2011) ‘The notion of a science of sport: some conceptual considerations’ in H. Schulz, P.R. Wright, T. Hauser (Eds.) Exercise, Sports and Health. Chemnitz: Chemnitz University of Technology. ISBN 978-3-941003-41-5
Utilising some of the arguments by Peter Winch in ‘The Idea of a Social Science’, this chapter reviews whether the notion of a sports science is equally conceptually flawed.
This chapter considers the role and responsibilities of a coach in dangerous sports and evaluates both libertarian and paternalistic arguments.
Ryall, E. (2007) ‘Cricket, Politics and Moral Responsibility: Where do the boundaries lie?‘ in H. Sheridan, L. Howe, K. Thompson (Eds.) Sport, Culture & Society: Philosophical Reflections. Meyer & Meyer
This chapter focuses upon the question of who should be making the moral decisions on the participation of athletes in politically sensitive sporting events.