By Andrew Zimbalist
It is a worthy learn of school activities. Zimbalist indicates how much cash is admittedly misplaced through colleges, and the way silly they're to pursue desires of glory in collage sports.
The one challenge with the e-book is that the writer, a school professor, rather writes like one. it is usually tough to work out what he's conversing approximately, but when you cling in there, in the event you do discover, it is often worthy it.
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But the NCAA continues to defend the principles of amateurism and nominally maintain the subservience of athletics to the educational mission of academia. Many in the university wonder whether the hypocrisy hasn’t gone far enough. Gary Becker, Nobel Prize–winning economist from the University of Chicago, for instance, writes: “An association of companies that limits payments to employees and punishes violators would usually be considered a labor cartel. Why should the restrictions on competition for athletes among .
36 C H A P T E R T WO The foregoing is not intended to impugn the integrity of NCAA officials. For the most part, they appear to be making sincere efforts, and, in some cases, they are making incremental improvements. The problem is that they are trying to reconcile an ideal of amateurism with the commercial juggernaut that big-time college sports has become. EVALUATING AN ATHLETE’S COMPENSATION In the fall of 1996, the athletes at Oregon State University gathered for their annual orientation meeting with the staff and coaches of the school’s athletic department.
64 The pattern of inequality continued in 1996. 9 percent in 1996. 65 These results, of course, reflect an underlying societal pattern of unequal opportunity. Arguably, the amelioration of this inequality should also be focused on the society. At best, the university can only make modest improvements in the short run on this deep-seated structural problem. Despite the higher standards and tougher enforcement of Prop 16 and the Clearinghouse, the basic pattern of admitting underprepared or unqualified athletes persists.
Unpaid professionals: commercialism and conflict in big-time college sports by Andrew Zimbalist