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Lawmakers want college athletes paid - Cincinnati.com

Lawmakers want college athletes paid - Cincinnati.com | Sports Ethics: Mandi D. | Scoop.it

Lawmakers want college athletes paidCincinnati.com“There's only one university (in Ohio), and possibly the University of Cincinnati, that could afford to pay that kind of thing,” said Richard Lapchick, director of the Institute for Diversity and...

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College Sports Recruiters Are Now Coming After Our Middle-Schoolers

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In this economy, you can't fault a parent for hearing the word "scholarship" and jumping. Colleges aren't getting any cheaper! But...

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Sport and Society: Athletic Directors in Ethics

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Title IX was enacted before we were born and I am not so sure our history teachers or athletic coaches did a good job of educating us on the purpose of Title IX. I am also not sure students (younger and perhaps our age and ...

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Sports Economics: Paying College Athletes

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A simple proposal to pay college athletes.

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Kassandra Matthews's curator insight, May 18, 2014 8:54 PM

An insight to the 'paying' of college athletes. We have a moral and ethical obligation to ensure students get what the pay for when they enter college (I'm saying this as though I was the coach, instructor, ect.). Recently a story broke about an NCAA basketball player who goes to bed hungry. If we can't keep cafeterias open to work with the intense schedule of a colleg athlete, then we should allow them the ability to afford a life style that can allow them to put food on their plate. This story offers a link to a Sports Illistrated article that talks about how we could allow students to receive assistance.

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Old Dominion's Firing Of Blaine Taylor Was Unjust And Immoral - Rant Sports

Old Dominion's Firing Of Blaine Taylor Was Unjust And Immoral - Rant Sports | Sports Ethics: Mandi D. | Scoop.it
Old Dominion's Firing Of Blaine Taylor Was Unjust And Immoral
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Paul Abell-USA TODAY Sports.

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Compliance and Ethics Failure Across College Sports

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The recent campus scandals of compliance and ethics failures are seared in our minds and scars on our mantle. How could revered coaches and college officials ignore, cover-up, or otherwise bury bad news from the locker ...

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"They gave you an edge before a game" - ETHICS IN SPORT/DOPING ISSUES IN AUSTRALIAN SPORT

"They gave you an edge before a game" - ETHICS IN SPORT/DOPING ISSUES IN AUSTRALIAN SPORT | Sports Ethics: Mandi D. | Scoop.it
A former Australian international footballer told of his experiences of drugs in sport.

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, February 7, 2013 10:01 PM

YEAR 11 & 12 HPE - ETHICS IN SPORT/HUMAN PERFORMANCE/DOPING ISSUES IN AUSTRALIAN SPORT (from an Athletes view)