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‘Friday Night Tykes’ sparks debate

‘Friday Night Tykes’ sparks debate

Sports and Society Administrator January 25, 2014 0

cnn.com January 18,

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On the Road: Middle school football players execute life-changing play

On the Road: Middle school football players execute life-changing play

Sports and Society Administrator November 6, 2013 0

From CBS news.com

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It’s Wrong For Schools To Be Banning Balls And Games At Recess

It’s Wrong For Schools To Be Banning Balls And Games At Recess

Arthur Caplan and Lee Igel October 8, 2013 0

By Lee Igel & Arthur Caplan Forbes.com | October 8, 2013 According to a CBS News report, officials at a middle school on Long Island, NY, are banning the use of certain types of

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PEDs Not So Safe – Klosterman’s Argument Ignores Significant Risks Which Change the Game

PEDs Not So Safe – Klosterman’s Argument Ignores Significant Risks Which Change the Game

Arthur Caplan September 1, 2013 0

In today’s New York Times Magazine, Chuck Klosterman, the so-called “ethicist,” serves up the claim that there are no sound moral arguments against performance enhancing drugs in sports. The best he can do is to note that all

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As Sports Fees Rise, A Young Athlete Learns That If You Can’t Pay, You Can’t Play

As Sports Fees Rise, A Young Athlete Learns That If You Can’t Pay, You Can’t Play

Sports and Society Administrator July 10, 2013 0

By Heather Boyle Healthaffairs.org | July 2013 “Sports fees and medical expenses bar a young athlete from participating in high school sports—a growing concern nationwide.” To read the entire article click here: http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/32/7/1326.full

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That’s Not Coaching. It’s Child Abuse.

That’s Not Coaching. It’s Child Abuse.

Sports and Society Administrator May 31, 2013 0

By Harlan Coben | May 30, 2013 Bloomberg.com “In the coach’s attempt to motivate his boys during one halftime, he gathered them around him and told them that they were playing as though they

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Pee-wee hockey coach to spend 15 days in jail

Pee-wee hockey coach to spend 15 days in jail

Sports and Society Administrator February 28, 2013 0

Associated Press | The Daily News February 27, 2013 A Vancouver pee-wee hockey coach has been sentenced to 15 days in jail for tripping a player during a postgame handshake. The coach’s behavior was

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NYU Langone Medical Center launches new bioethics website

NYU Langone Medical Center launches new bioethics website

Sports and Society Administrator February 27, 2013 0

The NYU Langone Medical Center has launched a new website geared towards high school students. This site is a great portal on the role of ethics and medicine in sports. We invite all to

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Arthur Miller Dialogue: College Sports – Is Anyone In Charge?

Arthur Miller Dialogue: College Sports – Is Anyone In Charge?

Sports and Society Administrator December 11, 2012 0

The Law Alumni Association (LAA) Annual Fall Lecture was held on November 14, 2012, and brought together several leading sports, business, law and media experts to debate issues and questions of regulation currently facing

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NYU Sports & Society Program: Young Athletes: The Costs, Sacrifices, and Consequences

NYU Sports & Society Program: Young Athletes: The Costs, Sacrifices, and Consequences

Sports and Society Administrator December 10, 2012 0

A panel of top athletes, sports media professionals, and sports medicine and management experts engaged in lively discussion and debate during the NYU Sports & Society Program’s Second Annual Sports in America Series: The

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