Jocelyn East

Senior Policy and Researcher Officer Jocelyn East

Sport Canada & Ottawa University, Canada

Research

Jocelyn is a Ph.D. (Sport History) graduate from Laval University with a M.Sc. in Sport Ethics, and a B.Sc. in Physical Education. He is currently engaged in post-doctoral studies at the University of Ottawa in Sport Psychology and is conducting a qualitative study on ethical and non-ethical behaviour in sports, such as doping and violence.  He was previously a research advisor for sport at the Quebec government, and spent several years at the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, as Anti-Doping Education Manager. He is now a Senior Policy and Researcher Officer (Ethics in Sport and Anti-Doping) with the Canadian government at Sport Canada. He has published several peer reviewed articles and publications on sport ethics, anti-doping education, and sport history, in both French and English. His research work focuses on ethics in sport, from a behavioral and historical angle, as well as and on the importance of quality sport for the holistic development of the individual. He also teaches at the University of Ottawa.

Website

http://sportcanada-ottawau.academia.edu/JocelynEast