Table of contents for Amateur athletics / Alan Marzilli.


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Table of Contents
Introduction
Amateur Athletics Versus Economic Reality
Point: High-Profile Athletic Programs Benefit Universities
Counterpoint: The Commercialization of Athletics Harms Universities
Point: College Athletics Provide Opportunities for Students
Counterpoint: Athletic Programs Exploit Young People, Especially Minorities
Point: Athletes Deserve a Share of the Money in Big-Time Sports
Counterpoint: Student-Athletes Should Not Be Allowed to Profit From College Sports
Point: Requiring Equality Between Men?s and Women?s Athletics Is Impractical
Counterpoint: Fairness Requires Universities to Spend Equally on Men?s and Women?s Athletics
Conclusion: The Future of College Athletics
Notes
Resources
Elements of the Argument 
Appendix: Beginning Legal Research
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: College sports Economic aspects United States Juvenile literature, Professionalism in sports United States Juvenile literature, College sports, Sports Economic aspects, Professionalism in sports