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Big-time college sports embodies the ideals of amateurism and provides an important complement to university education. Or so its apologists would have us believe.
As Andrew Zimbalist shows in this unprecedented analysis, college sports is really a massively commercialized industry based on activities that are often irrelevant and even harmful to education.
Zimbalist combines groundbreaking. Unpaid Professionals is Zimbalist's masterful summing up of the history Unpaid Professionals book college sports, its present predicament, and its uncertain prospects. If every American interested in this subject read this book, real Unpaid Professionals book would come to big-time college sports."―Murray Sperber, author of Onward to Victory: The Crises That Shaped College SportsCited by: China.
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SportsL. Unpaid Professionals is Zimbalist's masterful summing up of the history of college sports, its present predicament, and its uncertain prospects. If every American interested in this subject read this book, real reform would come to big-time college sports.
— Murray Sperber, author of "Onward to Victory: The Crises That Shaped College Sports"5/5(1). On page one of the –98 NCAA Manual the basic purpose of the National Collegiate Athletic Association is written: “to maintain intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of the educational program and the athlete as an integral part of the student body and, by doing so, retain a clear line of demarcation between intercollegiate athletics and professional sports.”.
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Andrew Zimbalist, professor of economics at Smith College and a long-time student of college sports; has done exactly that in his new book, Unpaid Professionals. It is worth reading even if you are not a sports fan; it may spoil some of the fun if you are.
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