Chapter One: Class Room
Hello, and welcome to the classroom for Chapter One of Sport Issues. I'm Bob
Mertzman, your tutor, and I will be with you throughout the entire thirteen chapters. I am
glad to have you here!
This first chapter will introduce you to
Module One. 1. b, 2. a, 3. c, 4. b, 5. c, 6. b, 7. c, 8. a, 9. b, 10. a, 11. e, 12. a, 13. d, 14. d, 15. e, 16. e, 17. b, 18. d, 19. a, 20. b, 21. b, 22. a, 23. a, 24. b, 25. a, 26. b, 27. a, 28. b, 29. a, 30. a, 31. b, 32. b, 33. b, 34. a, 35. a, 36. a,
Identify an issue from the domain of athletes and their coaches and describe the management actions taken to address that issue. Issues, such as academics in sport, violence in sport, enforcing team or league rules, athlete behavior such as behavior on or
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1. Some argue that college athletes should
not be paid because:
(a) they are amateurs
(b) many receive a scholarship which is, in
(c) the colleges cannot afford it
(d) all of the above
2. Some argue that college athletes should
be paid becaus
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Time Elapsed 0 hours, 10 minutes, and 57 seconds out of 0 hours and 15 minutes allowed. Instructions Question 1 1 out of 1 points When a college or university tries
Module One 1. We have defined Ethics and Morality as: (a) the eternal truths known only by God (b) the standards and practices which are or should be sanctioned by a group (c) the NCAA code of conduct (d) utilitarianism 2. A model or paradigm of sport giv
Question 1: Multiple Choice 1 point possible
Question: Justice Alan Page claimed that race issues in America and in sports will be determined by our ability to treat people as individuals, with individual qualities, not as stereotypes. Your answer: true P
Hello, and welcome to Lesson 3
Let's take a look at what you have done so far and get ready to move into the middle
part of the course.
We are now at the 3rd step in SAGE. We've done seeing and analyzing. On this lesson
we are going to concentrate on gene
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If student athletes get
good grades in a
class even though
they do not do the
work, then the
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The purpose of
Seeing in a SAGE
analysis is to set up
the framework for
Question 1 0 out of 1 points Consider the case of Fred, a student athlete in a non-revenue producing sport, such as wrestling, and Sam, a student athlete in revenue producing sport, such as basketball or football. The situation they are in is that the
Quiz for 1.2 Critical Thinking and Inquiry
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How can you utilize the information in this course in your life? Can it apply to your career? If so, how, and if not, why not? How can the information developed in the course assist in life-long learning and in the cultivation of a meaningful life?
Hello, and welcome to the classroom for Lesson Four!
In this lesson our focus will be on the issue of business and sport. As in all lessons, in
the classroom we have two videos from the Sports and Society series for you to view.
Our two videos this time a
Pick an issue in youth sport and describe one of the decisions that have to be made. Describe at least two of the management options that are available. What is the best choice, which option would you choose and why. I am looking for you to show off your
Hello, and welcome to the classroom for Lesson Two.
There are many ways to handle the content in Lesson Two, and I'm here to walk you through it.
The focus in Lesson Two is simply the issues in sport history, as well as the foundation of sport.
We have tw
Michael Oriard, Ph.D.
MICHAEL ORIARD: Im Michael Oriard. Im a Professor of English and Distinguished Professor of American Literature and Culture at Oregon State University.
late 1980s and early 1990s. I began working on a cultural history of fo
Module I: Introduction to Issues In Sports
This is an introductory course with no prerequisites that is designed to introduce and apply philosophical and sociological concepts to a subject matter widely known throughout society, sport.
We examine great is
Justice Alan C. Page
surface of the issues that youll be discussing, let alone
for me to tackle the subject in the time that I have.
One can hardly open a newspaper or turn on the
evening news without finding a story about some wellknown p
Pick an issue in collegiate sport and critically evaluate at least one published (or seen on video) suggestion on managing that issue. Use your critical thinking skills to critique the management action suggested. Critique from the area of fact, evidence,
Arthur Blank discusses the choice they made about how to run the Atlanta Falcons. Discuss at least two reasons he gave for making a certain choice and identify each as primarily V, C or R based reasons. Then Discuss a choice that you have made where you h
The essay should be at least 225 words but no limit on how long it may be. Write the essay only after completing the class room and laboratory for lesson two. Find an athlete in history or in recent times that could be an inspiration based on their charac
The short essay should be a minimum of 225 words. Only post this essay after you have completed the class room and the laboratory for Lesson One. 1.Introduce yourself to the class and briefly characterize your interest in sport. Also identify an issue in
Here are some notes about the orientation video. This is not a replacement for viewing the orientation. It is a brief summary of some key points. Deadlines: The first two lessons are due September 25th at 11:59 PM. and all work in all lessons must be done
Hello, and welcome to the classroom for Lesson Five: Issues in Youth Sport.
I'm interested in digging into this particular lesson because it brings out so much that is
important in decision-making, and especially in trying to make final choices. What's
7. Self Test for Module 5
1. Values cannot be taught to young people
through coached athletics.
2. Athletics are the only way to teach character
and values in elementary and high
3. Team sports automatically
Hello, and welcome to the classroom for Lesson Six: Issues in Collegiate Sport.
This is pretty much a United States-defined area of concern. College sport in the United
States, especially at the Division One level, is a "big-money" enterprise. We're going
Pick an issue in the media and sport. Use an example of the issue and point out the stakes in conflict for the stakeholders. Be sure to include the media stakes and the stakes of those who rely on the media for their information. Are there any ways to man