Contemporary Athletics Compendium, Volume 3

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James Harry Humphrey
Nova Science Publishers, 2009 - Sports & Recreation - 315 pages
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This book is concerned with all levels of athletics - interscholastic, intercollegiate, club, and professional. Articles on all aspects of contemporary athletics are invited. Topics include, but are not limited to, event scheduling, stress, sports medicine, graduation rates, academic eligibility, gender issues, commercialization, funding or the lack of it, sports psychology, sports sociology, parental aggression, coaching, drug use in athletics, teamwork, philosophy, athletic competition/participation in relation to life, spectator behavior, officiating, religion in sports, sports gambling, history of athletics, athlete administration, ethics, sports management, nutrition, and legal issues.

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Contents

Can Spectators Mood Be Manipulated and Maintained in a Losing
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Why College Athletes Play through Pain during Competition
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A Description and Comparison of Duties and Responsibilities
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