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Drugs, sport and the law epub

by Antonio Buti


Drugs, sport and the law epub

ISBN: 0958672784

ISBN13: 978-0958672788

Author: Antonio Buti

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Language: English

Publisher: Scribblers Publishing (2001)

Pages: 157 pages

ePUB book: 1784 kb

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Sports Law. David Thorpe; Antonio Buti. Sport and the law summary notes high distinction grade - Sport and the Law. Sports Law. Seguidores. 10Páginas: 12Ano: 16/17. 10. Summary Sports Law Lecture 1 - 10, Complete. 6Páginas: 83Ano: 15/16.

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Sports Law (Paperback). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. David Thorpe (author), Antonio Buti (author), Chris Davies (author), Paul Jonson (author). Sports Law examines the various areas of law, including tort, criminal liability, contract, intellectual property, marketing, trade and competition, and explores the role they play in the world of Australian sport.

Throughout time the abusers have denied the practice, endeavoured to evade detection and hidden behind the veracity, or lack of, in the rules and laws governing sport. Drugs, Sport And The Young Adult gets past the innuendo and subterfuge that frequently accompanies this common practice and highlights the nuts and bolts of drug misuse to the guardians and opinion formers of vulnerable young people. Written in a common sense style by a Dublin Physician who has spent over 20 years working in the area, the book provides practical information on the world of drug abuse, in sport and society.

We also consider issues connected with the imposition of sanctions, such as proportionality and the enforceability of exclusions from sport as a restraint of trade.

The prohibition of drugs through sumptuary legislation or religious law is a common means of attempting to prevent the recreational use of certain intoxicating substances. While some drugs are illegal to possess, many governments regulate the manufacture, distribution, marketing, sale and use of certain drugs, for instance through a prescription system.

effects by causing many health problems', quoted in Antonio Buti and Saul Fridman, Drugs Sport. and the Law (2001)59. l 3 For example, over 60 doping cases arose during the two weeks of competition at the Sydney 2000. Olympics: ibid 45. 360 Monash University

effects by causing many health problems', quoted in Antonio Buti and Saul Fridman, Drugs Sport. 360 Monash University. 14 These drugs include cannabis, amphetamines and cocaine. Take the example of cannabis.

Antonio Buti is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law, University of Western Australia. Chris Davies is an Associate Professor, School of Law, James Cook University. Saul Fridman is an Associate Professor at the School of Law, Curtin University. Paul Jonson is the Director of the Academic Programme, Sport Knowledge Australia and Associate Professor, School of Leisure, Sports and Tourism, University of Technology, Sydney.

Antonio Buti Member of WA Parliament and Senior Honorary Fellow, School of Law, University of Western Australia

Antonio Buti Member of WA Parliament and Senior Honorary Fellow, School of Law, University of Western Australia. Chris Davies Associate Professor, College of Business, Law and Governance, James Cook University. Paul Jonson Associate Professor, Faculty of Business, University of Technology Sydney show more.