Sports risk management is to prevent and minimize accidents and mishaps in sports. Ehsani, M. and Versi, K. (2012) the practice of risk management is a new thing and need qualified coaches to achieve better performance of risk management within the organization. Ammon (2001) and Clement (1998) Risk manager must appoint to manage the model of risk management practice to create and exercise program must safe. Ammon (2001), Thatcher (2006), and Price (2010) top management and coaches need to know about knowledge in risk management field of sport and more experiences in handle training to manage the risk in the risk management practices of facilities, equipment, and safety
It is also more common for athletes who play football or basketball to go pro than in any other college sport. Athletes who play football or basketball are at a higher risk of career ending injuries. These two sports are the hardest on an athletes body. Only one out of twenty-five college athletes go pro, so why put your body at risk when you don’t receive anything for doing that and your chances of going pro are slim? A lot of these student athletes are stressed out because of schoolwork participating in a college sport.
Many people believe that college athletes should be paid. They believe that college athletes should get paid because they play that full-time as a sport, that is their main focus. But others believe that college athletes shouldn’t get paid. Most of the time people think that college athletes should not get paid because there whole tuition is paid for. All of their books, dorm, and food.
In the United States sports hazing is a problem that can have a wide range of effects. The event can cause people to change their opinion of people they thought they knew. But it can also bring victims and their families closer together. Sports hazing in the United States is a issue that occurs in all different levels of sports, leaves people in a assortment of emotions,and causes victims to feel as if they can not tell anyone because of the repercussions that might follow. Hazing can happen in all sports, at any age,and comes from the people that seem trustworthy.
Sports are a part of people’s leisure activities, it is a way for students to kick back and relax, so college sports marketing departments wonder why sport event ticket sales are below average. Universities and colleges all across the nation are struggling to sell tickets for sporting events. Sports are prevalent in society and sporting events attract an immense amount of spectatorship, but there is an underlying problem as to why the attendance rates at college sporting events are so low. For this reason, researchers have investigated the reason why the attendance rate is dropping dramatically. Researchers have focused on specific variables that may influence a student’s decisions to attend these sporting events.
Racism has been an issue that has been quite prevalent throughout American history, unfortunately. Behaviors that damagingly influence the outlook of a race on other individuals have not only been dominant in American societies but sports also. Student-athletes are pitted against one another every day because of racial remarks not only from participants of the competition but crowds. Although with how shifting the nation's society is today it would be assumed that issues like this would not occur as often, epically in student environments. Regrettably, this research demonstrated that racism is still much present.
They could have been left traumatized, or felt as if they no longer felt safe or protected while being on campus. This should have been a huge concern in the Illinois community because rape is wrong, and if this kept happening, students could start to lose their sense of safety because rape can happen to anyone. Yet, even today, generations later, rape is still a prevalent issue on the U of I
Furthermore, our experiences in life are what aid in the creation of stereotypes and misconceptions. Therefore, why do people stereotype and create assumptions (misconceptions) about other individuals or groups? In order to process or try to comprehend why people do what they do or are who they are, mankind has a tendency to put a person 's characteristics, abilities, and appearances into categories of groups. Throughout the generations, there has been a dramatic increase of stereotypes and misconceptions about the male college students today. Male college students are not all of the false accusations and exaggerated truths our society has painted them out to be, but instead are focused and set on their future because they have entered a more serious and tough environment.
The world has always been a divided place: lands are separated by the sea, states are partitioned by imaginary lines, and societies are segregated by prejudice and stereotypes. Humans have a tendency to categorize themselves based on certain qualities, such as gender, skin color, and wealth. These tendencies create epidemics of human right violations, and extend through all facets of life, even including time away from work and the “real” world, such as in sports. Although sports appears to be a unifying force that can be appreciated by people from all walks of life, when sports are more closely examined, the lack of equality and promotion of segregation between genders, races, and social classes unfortunately becomes extremely evident.
The impact of stress on academic success in the college students. Today, the pressure is a huge problem in the crowd, Especially in college students, but many college students don’t know how to control their stress. They also don’t know how the stress is generated. Every year, many college students can 't control their own stress to commit suicide. ( Francesca Di Meglio, 2012,para.4)But Some college students have been successful in relieving stress, let stress become a power.
Paying college athletes is a controversial topic. College athletes are normally towards getting paid. The rest of the collegiate body has split opinions. One opinion is that college athletes shouldn’t be paid. Some people believe this because college athletes aren’t employees, sports programs do not have the money to spare, and there are already scholarships given to athletes.
Many believe it is absurd to still consider the NCAA amateur sports after all it has become but just as many think the exact opposite and that college athletes already receive fair compensation for their participation. This is a big decision that could impact the lives of thousands nationwide and revolutionize sports as we know it. College athletes should not be paid because of the many benefits that come with being a student athlete and because it is not a realistic resolution. One reason college athletes should not be paid is because of the many benefits there already are to playing a collegiate sport. One being reduced or free admission also known as a scholarship.
It would be unfair to pay college football players and not athletes of other sports especially women’s sports. In a interview with SEC coaches, we find out their perspectives on whether athletes should be paid to play or not. According to Coach Mark Richt, college football is a big business, "It 's a big business because there 's a passionate fan base.” “Some college coaches make as much or more as coaches in the NFL, which begs the age old question: Should college athletes be paid to play?” "I don 't think we can get into pay for play because if we do then they 're not amateur athletes anymore," Richt said. “College athletes can receive an athletic scholarship worth anywhere between $20,000 and $50,000 a year. It often includes tuition, room and board, plus books.
This recognition and addition within scholarly research and literature allows for an understanding of sport labor migrants that includes not just men, but both men and women i.e., a gendered analysis. According to Maguire and Bale (2013), “sport labour migration is not, then, a uniform experience. It has its own political economy” (p. 77). Therefore, only understanding the experiences of men as sport labor migrants might leave many with a skewed perspective on the sport labor migrant experience, because of the scarcity in scholarly research on women as sport labor