Annotative Bibliography: Should College Athletes Be Paid?

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Annotative bibliography: Should college athletes be paid?
Due to National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rules and regulations no college athlete is allowed to receive any compensation or endorsement while participating in college athletics. It is very problematic rules and many people and professional do not agree with these rules. Despite all the researches that suggested that NCAA the Universities makes multimillions dollars a year from college’s sport, the NCAA still insisting on applying the rule that no college athletes should be compensated about their effort and time. We as students, professors, and parents we need to demand that NCAA changes their unfair rules and compensates the students athletes for their
Annotative bibliography
Entman, L. (1970, February 05). Elite college athletes should be paid:
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Entman covers research and news in the social sciences of including economics, anthropology and sociology; she is also responsible for maintaining the News and Communications website and the Commencement website and tracks all university media Placements. Entman is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and Columbia University School of the Arts. Gilleren, M., Katz, R., & Vaughn, I. (2013). Should College Athletes Be Paid? Retrieved September 27, 2017, from http://law.scu.edu/sports-law/should-college-athletes-be-paid/
They represent the different side of the argument regarding if the college athletes should get paid or not. They giving us an example of the one who favor of paying college athletes and the arguments against, they also explain the Nine Points program re regarding the payment of College Athletes Mike Gilleran is the executive director of the institute of sports law and ethics at Santa Clara University, and he is a professor of Sports Law at the University of San Francisco in its Sport Management Graduate
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