The Impact of Sports

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History

 

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Thanh M

 

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February 16, 2014

 

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University

 

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Sometimes it feels that the world of sports is no longer controlled by actual sport, but rather is dominated by hard-driving player agents, labor negotiators, hard-nosed owners, millionaire players, and skillful lawyers (Davies, 1994). Even sportswriters now tend to write more about salary negotiations or player holdouts than about the outcome of games...
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Even sportswriters now tend to write more about salary negotiations or player holdouts than about the outcome of games. Some people are even already predicting an alienation of the traditional sports fan due to the ridiculously high player salaries (Davies, 1994). A big influence which made sport become what it is today is certainly the phenomenon of big sport events, such as the Olympics, the Soccer World Cup, and the Super Bowl...
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