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Kazantseva N.V., Kazantsev V.S., Glazova E.V. Influence of doping scandals on the image of Russian sport

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p106-110

 
Influence of doping scandals on the image of Russian sport
Nadezhda Vladimirovna Kazantseva, the candidate of pedagogical sciences, senior lecturer, Viktor Sergeevich Kazantsev, the senior teacher, Irkutsk Law Institute (branch) of the University of the prosecutor's office of the Russian Federation; Ekaterina Vladimirovna Glazova, the teacher, Baikal State University, Irkutsk

Abstract
At present, the task of preserving the positive image of Russian sport in the light of doping scandals is very urgent. The article presents the results of an associative experiment that allows to determine the semantic field of the concepts of "sport" and "doping". The results of the experiment allow us to conclude that in the linguistic consciousness of native speakers the concept of "sport", despite significant image losses, continues to be associated with positive semantic constructions and is evaluated as an important value category. At the same time, a fifth of the respondents define the concept of "doping" as an advantage. The results of the study show that the work in the formation of intolerance to the use and spread of doping in sports in Russian society should be systematic, primarily associated with the formation of a belief about the inadmissibility of doping.
Keywords: sport, doping, Russia, associative experiment.
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Article arrived in edition 13.01.2021
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