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What No One Really Knows About Pro Athletes And Domestic Violence

What No One Really Knows About Pro Athletes And Domestic Violence

Lee Igel and Arthur Caplan September 10, 2014 0

By Arthur L. Caplan & Lee H. Igel | Forbes.com September 10, 2014 The awful incident of domestic violence perpetrated by NFL star Ray Rice in a casino hotel elevator earlier this year has

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Coaching Techniques: “More teacher than coach”

Coaching Techniques: “More teacher than coach”

Sports and Society Administrator August 13, 2014 0

Mark Messier, Harry Carson, Stephen Ross, Teresa Weatherspoon, Garland Allen and Lou Marinelli discuss proper coaching techniques. Learn how to coach on and off the field, and how to create a winning locker room.

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Bullying, Hazing, Harassment: “Creating a safe, respectful sports environment”

Bullying, Hazing, Harassment: “Creating a safe, respectful sports environment”

Sports and Society Administrator August 12, 2014 0

“Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can never hurt me” is a well-known saying. But does it hold up to reality? When, where, and how people use certain words has a

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Embracing Differences: “Culture comes before strategy”

Embracing Differences: “Culture comes before strategy”

Sports and Society Administrator August 12, 2014 0

Strategy–the “X’s and O’s”–goes a long way in making a difference in the way teams play games. But culture is the difference between teams that are good and those that are great

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Leadership: “Everyone has value”

Leadership: “Everyone has value”

Sports and Society Administrator August 12, 2014 0

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Responsibility & Impact: “Coaching really is serious business”

Responsibility & Impact: “Coaching really is serious business”

Sports and Society Administrator August 12, 2014 0

The ways that youth sports coaches behave and they lesson teach have a life-long impact on athletes, on the field and off of it

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Sportsmanship: “How you would want to be treated”

Sportsmanship: “How you would want to be treated”

Sports and Society Administrator August 12, 2014 0

The intensity of competition inherent to sports often flies in the face of sportsmanship. It sometimes leads people to better behaviors; other times, the opposite is true. But treating opponents and teammates with respect

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The Power of Words: “Think about the language you use”

The Power of Words: “Think about the language you use”

Sports and Society Administrator August 12, 2014 0

The words people use say a great deal about their characters and the ways they carry themselves in and around fields of play. Note: Some strong language

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Wade Davis: Words Matter

Wade Davis: Words Matter

Sports and Society Administrator July 9, 2014 0

On June 16, 2014, NYU Sports and Society hosted nearly 150 high school athletic directors, coaches, and school administrators from across the New York metropolitan area at a conference titled, “Character, Respect, and Civility

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Professor Kenneth Shropshire: Prejudice and Youth Sports

Professor Kenneth Shropshire: Prejudice and Youth Sports

Sports and Society Administrator July 9, 2014 0

On June 16, 2014, NYU Sports and Society hosted nearly 150 high school athletic directors, coaches, and school administrators from across the New York metropolitan area at a conference titled, “Character, Respect, and Civility

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