Perceptions of Intercollegiate Athletic Programs: Priorities and Tradeoffs

@inproceedings{Putler1999PerceptionsOI,
  title={Perceptions of Intercollegiate Athletic Programs: Priorities and Tradeoffs},
  author={Daniel S. Putler and Richard A. Wolfe},
  year={1999}
}
Considerable controversy exists concerning university athletics. Depending upon one’s perspective, athletic programs are seen as having important positive, or negative, effects on universities. The objective of the research reported here is to determine whether perceptions of intercollegiate athletic programs differ as a function of issues such as winning, profits, ethics, and the education of athletes. Our analyses indicate that: (a) ethics and winning, and education and revenue, tend to be… CONTINUE READING

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