The Athletic Trap: How College Sports Corrupted The Academy.

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The Athletic Trap: How College Sports Corrupted The Academy.

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Nixon presents a thorough analysis of the development and the current implications of commercialized intercollegiate athletics in the US. His findings reveal the task of reforming intercollegiate athletics to be a daunting and potentially futile endeavor. Choice

About the Author

Howard L. Nixon II is a professor of sociology at Towson University.

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Nixon presents a thorough analysis of the development and the current implications of commercialized intercollegiate athletics in the US. His findings reveal the task of reforming intercollegiate athletics to be a daunting and potentially futile endeavor. Choice

About the Author

Howard L. Nixon II is a professor of sociology at Towson University. He is author or coauthor of seven books, including Sport in a Changing World and A Sociology of Sport.

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