Monday, November 14, 2016

Research Blog #2 Scouting the Territory

After researching my topic, and with the help of Professor Goeller, I have realized that there are tons of underlying factors that play into the question of "Are College Athletes Employees?". I've centered my focus of this research on the legal and moral aspects of the question. After reading and analyzing a few sources, i've realized that this is the big issue regarding the student-athletes and how they are viewed and treated. I've found a few sources that discuss these issues and where the NCAA and the student-athletes stand on it.

Sources:

Title: Schooled: The Price of College Sports

Schooled: The Price of College Sports. Dir. Ross Finkel, Trevor Martin, and Jonothan Paley. N.p., 16 Oct. 2013. Web. 6 Nov. 2016.

Title: Many College Athletes Say They Want More Time Away From Sports

Wolverton, Brad. "Many College Athletes Say They Want More Time Away From Sports." The Chronicle of Higher Education. N.p., 12 Jan. 2016. Web. 12 Nov. 2016.

Title: Penn State's "Success With Honor": How Institutional Structure and Brand Logic Disincentivized Disclosure

Proffitt, Jennifer M., and Thomas F. Corrigan. "Penn State's "Success With Honor": How Institutional Structure and Brand Logic Disincentivized Disclosure." Penn State's "Success With Honor": How Institutional Structure and Brand Logic Disincentivized Disclosure (2012): n. pag. Web. 1 Nov. 2016.

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