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Are we cheering for victory or violence in sports? - World Magazine

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Are we cheering for victory or violence in sports?
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Violence in sports cannot be ignored. Our collective knowledge of the damage done to athletes in certain sports over time has grown to a tipping point.

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Being safe in sports is important but entertaining is more important to fans.

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Niel Philips on Twitter: "#USAHeadlines ‘Win at all costs’ sport violence causing concussions, public health con... https://t.co/hdXHrgy5Ib http://t.co/dk44vKgiHy"

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Sport Violence: 4 Types are quasi-criminal, brutal body contact, criminal, borderline violence.


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Sports and Domestic Violence: All Blacks' Julian Savea Is Latest Athlete To Be Charged

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[Content note: domestic abuse, emotional abuse, murder, and suicide, mainly at links] The news out of New Zealand this weekend: The 22-year-old winger, [Julian Savea], who appeared on posters last ...
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Parental Violence in Youth Sports: Facts, Myths, and Videotape

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Youth Sports Research Council at Rutgers
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Does on-field violent behavior lead to off-field violence?

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Sport may not be the cause of violence, but rather a result of the athletes’ upbringing or natural disposition, which led them to choose a violent sport.
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"It's not violence, it's a sport." - Ricky Gervais | UFC ® - News

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My guilty pleasure is violence. I love the UFC and I cant get enough of it. “It is not really violence it is a sport. It is fair and fascinating how disciplines like mixed martial arts and boxing come together.” Read the Full Article.
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Violence in Sport Introduction

This video introduces our new unit "Violence in Sport". In this video, I discuss Critical Thinking models and offer an opportunity for an initial discussion to see a range of perspectives...
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All Black winger Julian Savea charged with assault - Sport - NZ Herald News

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Athletes need to take more responsibility for sending clear anti-violence messages to help reduce the country's growing levels of domestic abuse, says the head of Women's Refuge. - New Zealand Herald

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McKinnon diagnosed as quadriplegic: report

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Newcastle back-rower Alex McKinnon is facing life in a wheelchair after being diagnosed as a quadriplegic.

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Bites, brawls and severed heads: football's history of violence - New Zealand Herald

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Bites, brawls and severed heads: football's history of violence
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... the beautiful game.
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The law remains silent when it comes to sporting violence - The Conversation UK

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The law remains silent when it comes to sporting violence The Conversation UK The multi-million dollar settlement of damages from one of the National Hockey League's most famous punches is a reminder that violent incidences rarely come to the...
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Mr Invincible just keeps going

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As Brad Thorn takes makes his next career move, it's worth asking whether he's one of a kind, or a sign of the times?
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Interesting links to technocentricity and commodification of sport

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The Commercialization of Sport

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The commercialization of sports is that aspect of the sports enterprise that involves the sale, display, or use of sport or some aspect of sport so as to produce income. Some experts prefer the term “commodification of sport” as a label for the...
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Dunning, civilization thesis, football hooligans
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Historical contexts of Violence in Sports

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Sport and Violence

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Sport and Violence takes a critical look at the culture of ‘sports rage’ and aggression in the sporting industry, covering ethical, historical and sociological causes and impacts. It examines international examples of sport violence, including: the father of a tennis competitor placing a drug in the drinks of her competitors; a player’s neck broken after being attacked from behind by an opponent in an NHL game; hooliganism in international soccer and more. The book not only attempts to explain how and why such violence originates, it examines its impact on society outside sport and suggests potential remedies for the problem. This book: Examines the culture of violence that permeates and surrounds sport, including the sociological causes of that violence, and what can be done to mitigate them Features an international perspective with examples of sport violence from throughout the world Offers a historical view on the evolution of violence in sport Its up-to-date and in-depth coverage of a controversial issue makes this book a valuable asset to both sports students and professionals working in sports management.
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Study: Domestic Violence Increases After Major Sporting Events

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During the 2010 World Cup, rates of domestic violence in England increased by 30 percent. Except after ties.
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Rugby: Ear almost lost in horrific stomping incident - Sport - NZ Herald News

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A witness has described an incident where a rugby player almost lost his ear in a ruck as the worst example of an attack on a player'' he had ever seen. - New Zealand Herald


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Twitter users react to Stephen A. Smith's comments about Ray Rice and ... - The Star-Ledger

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Stephen A. Smith Apologized For Not Being Articulate Enough For You To Grasp His Point About Women Provoking Domestic Violence ...
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List of violent spectator incidents in sports - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

List of violent spectator incidents in sports - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

On a number of occasions throughout history, notable sporting participants have been involved in violent confrontations with spectators during a competition. This list includes events in which a spectator at a sporting event was engaged in such a confrontation with an athlete, coach or game official, either through the spectator's intrusion upon the field of play, or (as a result of such an event) a participant entering the spectator seating area.

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The psychology of violence in sports — On the field and in the stands - WBUR

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"Are sports, as George Orwell suggested, a form of “war without shooting”? ..."

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OPINION: On-field violence in sport needs to be prosecuted ...

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Sport, whether football or any other, does not give a player the right to deliberately assault or inflict harm on somebody else. So why is it that the same incident occurring on a football field is unlikely to lead to criminal charges?
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