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Title:Korupcija v športu - normativna urejenost v Republiki Sloveniji : diplomsko delo visokošolskega študijskega programa Varnost in policijsko delo
Authors:Crnjac, Mario (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Korupcija je prisotna na vseh področjih življenja in šport ni izjema. Šport obdobja brez korupcije praktično ne pozna, saj je le-ta obstajala že v času grških olimpijad. Vedno je bila težko dokazljiva zaradi svoje skrivnostne narave. Diplomsko delo se osredotoča na slovensko in tujo zakonodajo s področja korupcije v športu ter primerjavo med njimi. Predstavi tudi različne primere korupcije v športu iz Slovenije, Avstralije, Nemčije, Združenega kraljestva, Tajske in ZDA. Ti primeri vključujejo nameščanje tekem, nameščanje raznih elementov igre na katere se lahko stavi na stavnicah ter sodelovanje v stavah s strani vpletenih v športu. Prav tako ponudi podrobnejši vpogled v Konvencijo Sveta Evrope o preprečevanju dogovarjanja športnih tekmovanj in njen pomen za bojevanje korupcije v športu. Diplomsko delo je bilo narejeno z namenom, da se ugotovi ali v slovenski zakonodaji obstaja pravna praznina, ki onemogoča učinkovit pregon kaznivih dejanj korupcije v športu in da ugotovi njen obseg v državi s praktičnimi primeri. Prav tako odgovarja na vprašanje ali je Konvencijo Sveta Evrope o preprečevanju dogovarjanja športnih tekmovanj podpisala večina držav Evropske unije ali ne. Raziskava je pokazala, da v Sloveniji ni veliko odkritih primerov korupcije v športu, niti ni posebej opredeljenega zakona za to področje. Medtem pa imajo Avstralija, Nemčija, Velika Britanija, Tajska, ZDA in še mnoge druge države to zakonodajo dobro urejeno in posledično boljše protikorupcijske ukrepe.
Keywords:diplomske naloge, korupcija, šport, stave, prirejanje
Year of publishing:2020
Year of performance:2020
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[M. Crnjac]
Number of pages:VI, 45 str.
Source:Ljubljana
UDC:343.352:796(043.2)
COBISS_ID:25483523 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:RGOVFI1X
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Language:English
Title:Corruption in sports - normative arrangement in the Republic of Slovenia
Abstract:Corruption is present in all areas of life and sport is no exception. Sports practically never had a period in history without corruption, it already existed at the time of the Greek Olympics. It has always been hard to prove, because of its secretive nature. The thesis focuses on Slovenian and foreign legislation from the field of corruption in sports and a comparison between them. It also presents various cases of corruption in sports from Slovenia, Australia, Germany, the United Kingdom, Thailand and the USA. These examples include match-fixing, spot-fixing and betting participation by those involved in sports. It also offers a more detailed insight into the Council of Europe Convention on the manipulation of sports competitions and its importance in combating corruption in sports. The thesis was made in order to find out whether there is a legal gap in Slovenian legislation that prevents the effective prosecution of corruption in sports and to find out its scope in the country with practical examples. It also answers the question of whether or not most European Union countries have signed the Council of Europe Convention on the manipulation of sports competitions. The research showed that there are not a lot of detected cases of corruption in sports in Slovenia, nor is there a specifically defined law for this area. Meanwhile Australia, Germany, the United Kingdom, Thailand, the USA and many other countries have a well-regulated legislation and consequently better anti-corruption measures.
Keywords:corruption, sport, rigging, bets


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