Source 24: Epidemiology of Major League Baseball Injuries

http://ajs.sagepub.com/content/39/8/1676.full.pdf+html This article is a peer reviewed journal dealing with the injuries over the years throughout Major League Baseball. When reviewing the findings of this work, it becomes evident that injuries have steadily increased in number even with all of the new scientific procedures being introduced to the game. Some of the findings indicated that…

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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 23: NCAA Drug Tests

http://search.proquest.com/docview/1492628483?accountid=13584&rfr_id=info%3Axri%2Fsid%3Aprimo “NCAA Division III to reduce punishment for positive drug tests” discusses the recent and most current settlement on Division 3 player penalties for testing positive in drug tests. These penalties, as the article states, were typically full year suspensions for getting caught with any type of drug in your system. The new decision made…

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Process Post 5:

The process that our group has taken to find our sources has been done in various ways. We have used the Rollins library databases to look for peer-reviewed sources that will add to our essay. On the research website, we have used key words that our essay revolves around that will help to narrow our…

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Source 22: What Off Season?

New, Jake. “What Off-Season?” Inside Higher Ed. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Oct. 2016. While continuing my research of looking for articles about the time commitment of student-athletes at the collegiate level, I found another article. The article, “What Off-Season,” discusses even more about the overall commitment during the off-season, rather than in-season. Typically, a student in…

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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 19: Moneyball & Medicine

http://www.nejm.org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJMp1211131 Phillips, Christopher J., Jeremy A. Greene, and Scott H. Podolsky. “Moneyball and Medicine.” New England Journal of Medicine 367.17 (2012): 1581-583. Web. 14 Oct. 2016.   Moneyball And Medicine This article is a peer-reviewed journal dealing with the changing role of medicine in baseball. It discusses how medicine is following the path of baseball itself, in…

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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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