Bioetika sporta: prisutnost bioetiÄkih tema na podruÄju filozofije i etike sporta u Hrvatskoj i Srbiji
The intention of the authors is twofold. On one hand, to determine what is bioethics of sport as such, and what is the extent of the thematic spectra. On the other hand, to investigate the amount of the bioethical issues present in the scientific discourse within the field of Philosophy and Ethics of sport in Croatia and Serbia. Thereat, authors take into account the diversity of the three positions of sports consideration (bioethical, ethical and philosophical) which mutually converge, as well as the diversity of their disciplinary presence, establishment, and recognition within the scientific discourse and academic community. Furthermore, authors will assess the quantitative data related to authors, topics and publications, and identify the dominant in both countries. Finally, through parallel analysis, authors will underline similarities and analogies, as well as the specificities and differences.
Keywords: bioethics, bioethics of sport, ethics of sport, philosophy of sport, sport
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