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Lecture 24

SEP 271 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Michael Vick, Critical Race Theory, 1919 World Series


Department
Sport and Exercise Psychology
Course Code
SEP 271
Professor
Alexander Sturges
Lecture
24

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SEP 271
EATING DISORDERS IN MALE SPORT
Weight restrictions in some sports
Boxing, weightlifting, horse racing (jockeys), high school and college wrestling
GAMBLING AND SPORTS
Historically popular activity
Some form of gambling is legal in fortyeight states
(excluding Utah and Hawaii)
Sports gambling raises question of cheating
INTERNET WAGERING
Delaware, Nevada, and New Jersey legalized Internet gambling in 2013
Online gambling generated $6 Billion from US residents
SPORTS GAMBLING
Betting on sports is restricted by 1992
Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act
Legal sports gambling in Nevada
New Jersey is trying to legalize sports gambling
SPORTS GAMBLING AND COLLEGE
Many college students gamble
3050 percent of male students and 1020 percent of female students
NCAA is a critic of legal and illegal gambling
College football and basketball are betting favorites
NCAA policies do not deter studentathletes from gambling
PROFESSIONAL GAMBLING SCANDALS
1919 World Series: Chicago “Black Sox”
Pete Rose banned from baseball for gambling NBA referee in 2007
Michael Vick and dogfighting/gambling scheme
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