Source 34: Eligibility standards

Eligibility standards – necessity or nemesis http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.rollins.edu:2048/docview/215780019?OpenUrlRefId=info:xri/sid:primo&accountid=13584 In this article, The author argues that not enough attention is directed towards academics in the life of a student athlete, that the athlete becomes convinced of the fact that he or she was recruited only to be successful athletically and that his or her academic performances no…

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source 25: The cultural cover up of college-athletics

https://muse.jhu.edu/article/616446 The cultural cover up of college-athletics, how organizational culture perpetuates an unrealistic and idealized balancing act. This article reflect on the misperceptions that people have of of the combination of athletics and academics in D1 universities. People have an idealised view of academics and athletics in 1 schools, when actually this is a completely…

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Source 21: studying to play, playing to study

Studying to play, playing to study https://www.researchgate.net/publication/222186870_Studying_to_play_playing_to_study_Nine_college_student-athletes’_motivational_sense_of_self This article is a scholarly written article. It presents a psychological experiment that was carried out. It talks about how motivation and self perception have an influence on the academic and athletic career of a student in college. The study is focused on students who combine their academics…

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Source 20: Student-athlete or atlete-student?

Intercollegiate athletics vs. academics: the student-athlete or the athlete-studentIntercollegiate athletics vs. academics: the student-athlete or the athlete-student This source that I found through the loins library’s site is a scholarly article. he author of the article has done his or her research on the issue. The audience this article tries to reach are people who…

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source 18: Athletics and academics: the power of competition

  Athletics, Academics, and Rankings: The Power of Competition This source is a popular article this is noticeable after reading the first sentence: “Please bear with me a moment as I write about sports” this insinuates that the author normally doesn’t write about sports. authors that write popular articles can write about everything and normally…

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Source 12: Career Transition in Sport and Higher Education

Female and Male Student Athletes’ Perceptions of Career Transition in Sport and Higher Education: a visual elicitation and qualitative assessment http://www.tandfonline.com.ezproxy.rollins.edu:2048/doi/pdf/10.1080/13636820400200266?needAccess=true This scholarly article talks about the research that the was carried out to determine the athletic career transition after college. The writer is focused on one specific topic and has spend a lot time…

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Source 5: Athletes Studying Abroad

In this site, the author describes the process of College athletes studying abroad. Susan Salzbrenner divides her article by bolding common excuses athletes use not to go abroad, such as “I don’t have time”, “My coach will never let me go”, and “My sport is not played abroad.” Salzbrenner undermines these excuses by introducing the…

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Source 3: Tars academic achievement

Rollins tops again SCC in academics http://360.rollins.edu/sports/rollins-again-tops-ssc-in-academics “Rollins Again Tops SSC In Academics.” Rollins 360. Rollins Athletics, 4 Nov. 2015. Web. 09 Sept. 2016. This article announces the academic achievement of all the athletic teams together. The tars are known to have a great work ethic and therefore hold the 1st place for their academic success…

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