A significant topic in American society, sports ethics has also been the subject of an increasing number of scholarly studies during the past two decades. Moreover, a growing number of courses on sports are being offered at colleges and universities. In Sports Ethics in America, Donald G. Jones provides a valuable reference tool for teaching and research in a variety of sports-related disciplines. The book is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary bibliography with some 2,800 entries. Entries include both scholarly works and works written by journalists during the two decades from 1970 to 1990.The volume is divided into five major sections (1) General Works and Philosophy, (2) The Team, Players, and Coaches, (3) The Game, Competition, and Contestants, (4) Sport and Society, and (5) Reference Works. Each entry includes a brief listing of the subjects covered in the work. The volume also includes a full subject index and an author index.