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The Resource The Game of Life : College Sports and Educational Values

The Game of Life : College Sports and Educational Values

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The Game of Life : College Sports and Educational Values
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The Game of Life
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College Sports and Educational Values
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eng
Summary
The President of Williams College faces a firestorm for not allowing the women's lacrosse team to postpone exams to attend the playoffs. The University of Michigan loses 2.8 million on athletics despite averaging 110,000 fans at each home football game. Schools across the country struggle with the tradeoffs involved with recruiting athletes and updating facilities for dozens of varsity sports. Does increasing intensification of college sports support or detract from higher education's core mission?James Shulman and William Bowen introduce facts into a terrain overrun by emotions and enduring m
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non fiction
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The Game of Life : College Sports and Educational Values
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The Game of Life : College Sports and Educational Values
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt7rj5j
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online resource
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cr
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Contents
  • Cover; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Preface to the Paperback Edition; Prelude: Four Snapshots; Preface; Chapter 1. The Institutionalization and Regulation of College Sports in Historical Perspective; Chapter 2. The Admissions Game: Recruiting Male Athletes and the Implications of Selection; Chapter 3. The College Game: Academic Outcomes for Men; Chapter 4. Men's Lives after College: Advanced Study, Jobs, Earnings; Chapter 5. The Development of Women's Athletic Programs; Chapter 6. New Players: The Recruitment and Admission of Women Athletes; Chapter 7. Women Athletes in College
  • Chapter 8. Women's Lives after College: Advanced Study, Family, Jobs, EarningsChapter 9. Leadership; Chapter 10. Giving Back; Chapter 11. The Financial Equation: Expenditures and Revenues; Chapter 12. Key Empirical Findings; Chapter 13. Taking Stock; Chapter 14. Thinking Ahead: Impediments to Change and Proposed Directions; Appendix A: Scorecards; Appendix B: Supplementary Data; Notes; References; Index
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1 online resource (496 pages)
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9781400840694
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