tionist approach would explain that the desire of the young athlete to boost her performance while ignoring the rules should be seen as a part of the social norms that may or may not be accepted by the society. In other words, it is quite possible that having learned about it, her coach may keep silent about it as one is convinced that a true athlete should not hesitate to perform any action that would lead to enhancement of the results.
I believe that the constructionist approach is more accurate. There are two reasons for that. First of all, it takes into account the peculiarities of the situation and is likely to reflect it in a proper way, not omitting some significant points. Secondly, it does not operate with such abstract notions as absolute moral imperative, so it is accurate in every particular situation that it is applied