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Writing and Speaking in Sports Organizations

by: Gayle Douglas

Writing and Speaking in Sports Organizations PRT 286

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Date Created: 10/15/15
Patrick Stephenson ori Beard Brittany Ribbon Ryan Mac latchie Tyler Clark Analytical Report Outline Team Hazing in Sport Sources to Incorporate O O Harmless Prank or Brutal Practice Hazing the University of Illinois Provides a history and currently accepted de nition of the verb to haze 0 Social Issues in Sport Hazing in Sport Textbook o Identi es common groups of people who are more subject to hazing with added statistics to support such research 0 Stophazing org 0 Provides state laws info and stats for advocates against sport hazing O O Hazing in View College Students at Risk Provides recommendations for counseling programs as well as good stats The Relationship Between Hazing and Team Cohesion Provides a case study to demonstrate the potential effects of sport hazing Solutions to Prevent Hazing 1 Mentor o trigBuddy System Within Team As a solution we will show that a mentoring system could help reduce the opportunities for hazing and further dissipate individual occasions to engage in hazing related activities By appointing at least one veteran of a team to each rookie we will show that a buddy system will decrease the likelihood that veterans will be tempted to engage in hazing with their mentee or allow other veterans to do the similar There will be no costs inferred from such a preventive regulation seeing as no external in uences will be necessary to enforce this solution 2 Corrective TrainingCounseling 0 As a solution we will show that counseling and training could help break the perception that hazing provides for a sense of team cohesion Each team will be responsible for determining which corrective program the athletes will engage in and be penalized further for lack of cooperation with this solution The individual athlete or the team depending on level of professionalism or amateurism will be responsible for the costs of such corrective programs 3 ProbationsF triesSuspensions for the Individual and Team 0 As a solution we will show that probations nes andor suspensions would help defer athletes from being involved in activities that would classify as hazing The implications of these sanctions would pose stiff penalties upon the players and teams who have been found guilty of engaging in hazing rituals A zerotolerance policy would demonstrate the importance of the sanctions and show that there would be no ambiguity between offenses since it would not be on ateamtoteam basis The only cost would be wages of of cials regulating the offenses however the pro ts derived from nes would outweigh the costs We will continue to show support for how this will be the strongest of our three solutions


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