Steroids and Doping in Sports: A Reference Handbook - Contemporary World Issues (Hardback)David E. Newton (author)
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Emphasizing the controversy over performance-enhancing drugs in sports today, this book examines all aspects of steroid use on the human body across history, from ancient China and India to modern-day professional athletics.
* Provides an extensive history on the use of performance enhancing drugs in athletics and sports, as well as in everyday life, from ancient civilizations to the present day
* Spotlights the current controversy regarding whether steroids should be permitted in sports competition
* Presents an in-depth discussion of potential health and psychological effects of steroid use, and identifies the pro and con arguments concerning steroid use in sports, athletics, and other settings
* Derives information from source documents on laws and court cases as well as reports on steroid use
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 635 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 30 mm
"This new addition to ABC-CLIO's Contemporary World Issues series offers readers an overview of the health and ethical issues facing athletes and sports officials. . . . This is a useful resource for anyone seeking an introduction to the issue of athletic doping." - Booklist
"Secondary and higher education students as well as the public will benefit from this authoritative volume. All libraries need Newton's latest work on their shelves." - ARBA
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