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    Argumentative Research Paper Outline College athletes should not complain about not getting paid, they should be offered the option of a tuition or a salary. Not Both. People think that they should get paid because they are in college sports now. (Jones) Some say that they should because they could help with family situations. (Lemmons) Also because they should be giving them what they deserve. (Lemmons) Should College Athletes really get paid? They should not because they do not know how…

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    College athletics have gained extensive popularity among Americans over the past few decades. This has resulted in an increase in cash flow for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The enormous amount of money being made off of college sports has led to the question whether students should be getting paid for their performance. The NCAA, as a whole, makes $6 billion annually. But the players themselves don’t get a dime of the money. These athletes devote about 43.3 hours per week…

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    The article “Economic Sociology of Triathlons” written by Galyn Burke-Brown talks about how some sports attracts a certain type of people. In the article Galyn explains how triathlons can be used to network, because of the people who compete in it. Triathlons are an individual sport mainly dominated by people who are determined and have a large income. As stated in the article “The sport attracts high income, driven, focused individuals who are able and willing to pay the price in time and money…

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    Student Athletes Paid

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    Should college athletes, specifically in a division 1, revenue producing sports be receiving payment from the university in exchange for their performance? This is the essential question being asked in these research studies. Student athletes are provided scholarships and other incentives for playing a division 1 sport, but is it really enough to cover the cost of their tuition and personal expenses? There are a vast amount of opinions on this issue; ranging from yes or no that student athletes…

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    Imagine you’re a college athlete that puts your body on the line and has had surgeries and medical bills are piling up, what do you do/ you’ve gotten a scholarship, but your scholarship money is very scarce and your parents have trouble paying your tuition, what do you do. College athletes are seen as athletes that are not always recognized for making their school’s sports program flow, not only are they going unrecognized they are doing it for free. When players get injured they go through…

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    to pay? College athletics brings in a lot of money for colleges, but the topic of whether college athletes should be paid or not is quite controversial. There are many reasons that people are against college athletes being paid. College athletes should not be paid because they get compensation for their time, the money to pay them is not there, and college athletes are amateurs, not professionals. College athletes are given scholarships to participate in intercollegiate athletics. Schools that…

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    Every year more than 460,00 NCAA student-athletes compete in 24 sports (NCAA). These are held to high expectations not only on as an athlete but as a student too. But should student-athletes at the collegiate level be paid. They go through expectations of vigorous training while playing and maintaining their studies. In the article Are players School Employees? by Reed Karaim shows how students have the right to unionize, along with class-action lawsuits demanding more compensation and better…

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    The growth of sports can easily be correlated to the rise and influence communication had on the entire sports industry. As sports became more popular on radio and TV networks, the money and influence of sports figures began to grow over time. Many people have memories of lying awake listening to their favorite sports team on the radio or remembering where they were during important moments in sports history. According to Pederson, Miloch, and Laucella (2007) an influential time during the…

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    Last Week Tonight is a news/satire program hosted by John Oliver. During the program, Oliver discusses current events and attempts to persuade the general audience in his viewing. In the episode “The NCAA,” Oliver attempts to get the audience on his side about unfairly compensated Student-Athletes using logic, credibility, and emotion. This essay will analyze the effectiveness of his persuasive methods. In this episode, John Oliver uses evidence to back up a majority of his statements in his…

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    Do you ever wonder what the Universities does with all the money they get from selling tickets, jersey/ fan apparel, or signing lucrative contracts? The NCAA and Universities have been treating college athletes poorly. College athletes are not classified as employees but they do all the work an employe would do. College athletes do not get paid, only receive a scholarship to the university, and they receive all of the stresses and hardly any of the benefits of being a college. Athletes deserve…

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