Backboards and Blackboards: College Athletes and Role Engulfment

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College basketball experienced its greatest rise in popularity during the eighties, becoming one of the most commercially successful spectator sports in America. With this rise came an era of scandal: recruiting violations, spurious admittance practices, and controversial treatment of student athletes. Within this guarded context of scrutiny, allegations of improprieties, and media celebrity, Patricia and Peter Adler penetrated the public front of a top twenty basketball team. The result of their efforts, Backboards and ...

Backboards and Blackboards: College Athletes and Role Engulfment 1991, Columbia University Press, New York

ISBN-13: 9780231073073

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Backboards and Blackboards: College Athletes and Role Engulfment 1990, Columbia University Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780231073066

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