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  • Career Essay: A Career As A Sports Agent

    As a person who comes from a country with less developed sport industry, I can say that I had no idea about the different opportunities and various career paths I can pursue. With each chapter we covered during the semester, I have discovered another career path that I can follow with desire therefore I first want to talk about the other sport related career opportunities I had an interest before deciding my ultimate goal. The sport agency is one of those options which I don’t have interest…

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  • Student Athletes Should Not Be Paid

    Due to football and basketball teams generating more money in revenue for the college, they would be paid more than the other sports teams; such as, volleyball, cheerleading, and soccer (Mendelson, Joel). Depending on what sport a student plays, he/she will be paid…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Cliques

    The first clique i’m going to talk about is the popular girls. Aka the plastics, the girls that manage to somehow hit puberty in the 7th grade and thus are the objects of every boy who also hit puberty in middle school attention. The Gothes Ohh the rebels, those that love to stick their noses up at the blond haired, cardigan wearing girls who want to fit in. The irony is their decision to wear black eyeliner, keep their hair in front of their eyes and…

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  • Should Youth Athletes Get Participation Trophies Essay

    Should everyone get a trophy? Youth athletes should not get participation trophies. Participation trophies are a waste of scarce funds. Receiving participation trophies discourages youth athletes and tells them that if they do not try they will still get an award. On the other hand some people believe that spending a few dollars to see a kid smile is worth it. Trophies should only be given to the youth athletes that do the best. Participation trophies are a waste of scarce funds.…

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  • Reasons Why College Athletes Should Not Be Paid

    reason. Money would begin to get into their head and many student athletes will begin to think they are professional athletes. Education should be their main focus in college. The New Republic states that more than 30,000 men play N.C.A.A Division 1 football and basketball throughout a year. That is a huge amount of players every year. All student athletes with one dream; to make it pro. Also stated by The New Republic, a little less than three hundred student athletes are drafted into the NFL…

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  • Play And Get Paid Like A Girl Analysis

    Play and Get Paid Like a Girl To think it is normal to make less pay, receive less recognition, or to be declined a job position based on gender might sound like an absurd thought in today’s culture. Unfortunately, gender discrimination still exists in today’s society and is especially commonplace in women’s professional sports. Men appear to have led the way in success, talent and, agility in professional sports for as long as we can remember. However, the truth of it is many women athletes go…

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  • Football Fans Research Paper

    hockey, basketball, volleyball, softball, wrestling, cross country, track, tennis, racing, and many more. However, football fans happen to be the most entertaining to watch and interesting to know. Football is a roller coaster of a sport and it brings its fans along for the ride. The best fans are the die-hard fans, the jaded fans, and the band-wagon fans. Die-hard fans make football games entertaining because of their crazy antics. Most North Dakota State University (NDSU) Bison fans are…

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  • Persuasive Essay: Should Student Athletes Be Paid?

    Being a college student is not an easy task. Balancing finals with work, friends, and other activities may seem to be impossible. People are paying thousands and thousands of dollars to attend a school where they plan on getting a high quality education and a good paying job once they graduate. Now, imagine doing all of those plus a sport. Imagine competing at a higher level than they have ever competed at, while under the pressure to succeed. Imagine the amount of stress they will compile over…

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  • Should College Athletes Should Not Be Paid?

    Sports have been an integral part of leisure time for America since the early 1900s, when listening to sports, especially baseball, on the radio was a beloved pastime for many families. Lately, college sports, primarily men’s basketball and football, have become more popular. Now that college sports have grown to such a high popularity level, people are asking, “Should these kids get paid?” Though many believe these athletes should be paid, I do not. Collegiate athletes should not be paid…

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  • Ncaa And College Sports Case Study

    the team, thus increasing profit. The rules that are set by the NCAA are meant to preserve and reproduce the socially constructed notions of what it means to be a student athlete and what it means to be a professional athlete. For instance, a TCU football player that was paralyzed was not initially able to receive any sort of medical help from the university because he was not considered to be a university employee. As a result of not being considered professional, and despite having the game…

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