The Added Value of Sport Education is Fair Play
Examining the origins of fair play, we can make two basic statements, which is on the one hand, an etymological approach, and, on the other hand, it is the concept and evolution of fair play from a historical perspective.
Rapid advances in technology, the expansion of the research world, and the idea of much-emphasized internationalization have made it possible to examine internationally the meaning of fair play and its associated moral values and norms.
MATERIAL AND METHOD
This is an increasingly popular topic, so we can find programs and studies to measure it in the international literature. In the meantime, the question may arise: why has it become a central topic? Perhaps because of the increasing sense of moral and value loss in societies ? Actually, where does the fair play phenomenon come from and what exactly does it mean?
Our study is a niche one, as it provides a unique overview of the approaches to fair play, its historical development, and the research available in this area, based on the vast majority of international literature available.
The results of the research presented suggest that on the one hand not all sport types can be lumped together, they have their own set of rules and regulations, but it can be said that there are generally recognized sports moral values. On the other hand, sportsmanlike behaviour can be taught, and the factors that influence it are extremely diverse. The primary socialization environment of young people is their family, what they see and learn affects their personality. It is “easier” for participants in the education system and for coaches, if students bring positive values and set of norms from home.
Keywords - Fair Play, Values, History, Modern Values, International Studies of Fair Play