by Marzilli, Alan.
|Format:||Print Book 2004|
|Availability:||Unavailable 0 copies|
Some fear that the commercialism surrounding sports is corrupting the young people who play them.
Amateur athletics versus economic reality
High-profile athletic programs benefit universities
The commercialization of athletics harms universities
College athletics provide opportunities for students
Athletic programs exploit young people, especially minorities
Athletes deserve a share of the money in big-time sports
Student-athletes should not be allowed to profit from college sports
Requiring equality between men's and women's athletics is impractical
Fairness requires universities to spend equally on men's and women's athletics
The future of college athletics.
|Series||Point-counterpoint (Philadelphia, Pa.)|
-- Economic aspects
-- United States
-- Juvenile literature.
Professionalism in sports -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Sports -- Economic aspects.
Professionalism in sports.
|Publisher|| Philadelphia :Chelsea House Publishers,2004
142 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 124-129) and index.