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Name: ____________________ Class: _____________________ “Schooled” Answer the question before watching the documentary. 1. What are your feelings/opinions on College players being paid to play their sport? Give 3 reasons for your feelings/opinions. Include topics that we talked about in class. Yes! They should. I am not saying this because I am college player. After doing, my research I find out that The average American full-time work contract usually stipulates that the employee will work between the hours of 8 AM and 5 PM five days per week. Salaries are also usually based around a 40+ -hour workweek. If the average NCAA jr college soccer in Division One spends over 40 hours a week on our games, praritice, then they are working the same amount as those in full-time employment do. These hours are distribute over training sessions, games,
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Unformatted text preview: travel and other required sessions that student athletes must attend in order to remain on the team and keep their full scholarship. Answer questions after watching the documentary. 2. What are your feelings/opinions on College players being paid to play their sport after watching the documentary? How did your feelings change towards this ethical matter? Give 3 reasons why your feelings changed or stayed the same. 3. If college players were paid to play their sport and you were the one coming up with an ethical plan to pay them, what would it be? Be Specific! Include topics that we discussed in class. Examples: DI, DII, DIII, NAIA, NJCAA, How much $$, 1 st string to 3 rd string players, Football/basketball vs. other sports...
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