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Editorial

 

Research, Sport, and Higher Education: An Introduction to the Journal of Intercollegiate Sport


1 – 13
R. Scott Kretchmar


Bibliography

 

Research on Intercollegiate Sports: A Working Bibliography 2008


147 – 169
Jay Coakley


Articles and Responses

 

Studying Intercollegiate Sports: High Stakes, Low Rewards


14 – 28
Jay Coakley


 

Comments Made in Response to “Studying Intercollegiate Sports: High Stakes, Low Rewards” by Dr. Jay Coakley


29 – 34
John P. Evans


 

Reaction to Coakley


35 – 39
Margaret Carlisle Duncan


 

Does Athletics Undermine Academics? Examining Some Issues


40 – 58
Robert L. Simon


 

Markets and Intercollegiate Sports: An Unholy Alliance?


59 – 65
William J. Morgan


 

Paidia and Paideia: The Educational Power of Athletics


66 – 71
Drew A. Hyland


 

Academics and Athletics: A Part and Apart in the American Campus


72 – 81
John R. Thelin


 

John Thelin Response


82 – 83
Malcolm Moran


 

Academics and Athletics: Do Position and Field of Play Matter? A Response to “Academics and Athletics: A Part and Apart in the American Campus”


84 – 97
Janet H. Lawrence


 

Issues Related to Academic Support and Performance of Division I Student-Athletes: A Case Study at the University of Minnesota


98 – 129
Mary Jo Kane, Perry Leo, Lynn K. Holleran


 

Athletics IS Education: A Response to Kane, Leo, and Holleran’s (2008) Case Study of University of Minnesota Student-Athletes


130 – 138
Packianathan Chelladurai


 

Response to “Issues of Academic Support and Performance of Division I Student-Athletes: A Case Study at the University of Minnesota”


139 – 146
Carolyn M. Callahan


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