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  • 1. Violence in Sports The Impact on High School Students Contemporary Issues in Sports Mick Bigwood Adam Flanigan Jose Velazquez
  • 2. Socialization in Sports
    • Teamwork
    • Respect
    • Organization
    • Discipline
    • Molds Identity
    • Builds Self Esteem
  • 3. Violence
    • Violence on the field Vs The Classroom
    • Bullying
    • Status Roles
    • Home life
    • Television
  • 4. Bullying
    • Long term and Short term effects
    • Loneliness
    • Difficulty making friends
    • Insecurity
    • Low self esteem
    • Depression
    • 60% Vs 23%
  • 5. Parents
    • “Get Even”
    • Living through Kids
    • Texas Football
    • Little League
    • Teachers
  • 6. Remedies
    • Stricter officiating
    • More officials
    • More Security
    • Sportsmanship
    • Character
  • 7. Aspects to violence
    • Revenge
    • Retaliation
    • Peer pressure
    • Provoking
    • Pressure to win
  • 8. Reinforcements
    • Punishment
    • Coaches
    • Teammates
    • Family
    • Rules
    • Attitudes
  • 9. College Athletics
    • Selected few
    • Basketball player
    • Football Player
    • Violence in society
    • TV and Movies
    • Acceptable
    • FSU
  • 10. Jim Grobe
    • College sports and violence
    • Broadcasts
    • Paycheck
    • Values
    • Team Oriented goals
  • 11. Off the field
    • Storming the Court
    • Goal Posts
    • Fines
    • Street Madness
    • Destruction
    • Threats
  • 12. Media
    • Broadcast Celebrity Status
    • Hard Hits
    • Replay
    • Appropriate to Copy
  • 13. Need to Win
    • Athletic Participation and Relationships
    • Competitiveness and Need to Win
    • 266 Males and 393 Females 9th-12th
    • Hypercompetitiveness
    • Antisocial Behavior
    • Power Sports 5th-9th grade
  • 14. Ultimate Goals
    • Parents
    • Coaches
    • Administrators
    • Life Lessons
    • Prevent Violence
  • 15. Sports Violence Video
  • 16. Resources
          • Merten, M. (2008) Acceptbility of dating violence among late adolescents: the role of sports participation, competitive attitudes, and selected dynamics of relationship violence. Adolesence , 43 (169), 31-56
          • Navideh F. (2010) e t Up Campaign stopping teen violence.
          • http://www. nbcaugusta .com/news/local/86415937.html
    • Daniel J. Flannery; Kathleen Quinn-Leering VIOLENCE ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES: UNDERSTANDING ITS IMPACT ON STUDENT WELL-BEING
    • http://www. informaworld . com/smpp/content~content=a713837342 &db=all
    • finding dulcinea staff Violence grows among college sports fans http://www. findingdulcinea .com/news/sports/March-April-08/Sports-Fans-Growing-Violent-Over-Team-Rivalry.html
      • Journal article by Donald F. Staffo; JOPERD--The Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, Vol. 72, 2001
    • http://www. questia . com/googleScholar . qst ? docId=5002410526
  • 17. Resources
        • Education.com (n.d.) Why do kids bully ? Retrieved March 15, 2010 from http://www.education.com/topic/school-bullying-teasing/
        • Neighborhood Link. (n.d.). Bullying prevention program . Retrieved March 15, 2010 from http://www. neighborhoodlink . com/article/Children/Bullying_Prevention_Program
        • Costello, K. (2009, November 6). How sports can help end violence . Retrieved March 17, 2010 from http://www. huffingtonpost .com/karl-costello/how-sports-can-help-end-v_b_348735.html
        • Sacco Ph.D, P. (2007, February 21). Have children’s sports become too violent ? Retrieved March 17, 2010 from http://www. americanchronicle .com/articles/view/20961
          • Endresen, I., Olweus, D. (2005) Particpation in power sports and antisocial involvement in preadolescent and adolescent boys. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry , 46 (5), 468-478.
          • Kreager, D. (2007) Unnecessary roughness? School sports, peer network, and male adolescent violence. American Sociological Review , 72 (5), 705-724.

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