Doping in Soccer: A Moral Psychology Perspective

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Doping in Soccer : A Moral Psychology Perspective. / Kavussanu, Maria.

Science and Football VIII: The Proceedings of the Eighth World Congress on Science and Football. ed. / Jens Bangsbo; Peter Krustrup; Peter Riis Hansen; Laila Ottesen; Gertrud Pfister; Anne Marie Elbe. New York : Routledge, 2016. p. 221-229.

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Harvard

Kavussanu, M 2016, Doping in Soccer: A Moral Psychology Perspective. in J Bangsbo, P Krustrup, P Riis Hansen, L Ottesen, G Pfister & AM Elbe (eds), Science and Football VIII: The Proceedings of the Eighth World Congress on Science and Football. Routledge, New York, pp. 221-229.

APA

Kavussanu, M. (2016). Doping in Soccer: A Moral Psychology Perspective. In J. Bangsbo, P. Krustrup, P. Riis Hansen, L. Ottesen, G. Pfister, & A. M. Elbe (Eds.), Science and Football VIII: The Proceedings of the Eighth World Congress on Science and Football (pp. 221-229). Routledge.

Vancouver

Kavussanu M. Doping in Soccer: A Moral Psychology Perspective. In Bangsbo J, Krustrup P, Riis Hansen P, Ottesen L, Pfister G, Elbe AM, editors, Science and Football VIII: The Proceedings of the Eighth World Congress on Science and Football. New York: Routledge. 2016. p. 221-229

Author

Kavussanu, Maria. / Doping in Soccer : A Moral Psychology Perspective. Science and Football VIII: The Proceedings of the Eighth World Congress on Science and Football. editor / Jens Bangsbo ; Peter Krustrup ; Peter Riis Hansen ; Laila Ottesen ; Gertrud Pfister ; Anne Marie Elbe. New York : Routledge, 2016. pp. 221-229

Bibtex

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