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NCAA Notes: Sally Jenkins of the Washington Post takes on the Seventh Circuit: Federal judges just compared college athletes to prisoners in their lack of ability to seek employee status. https://t.co/1vYEiHExSM — Warren K. Zola (@WarrenKZola) January 5, 2017 All self inflicted spending, most on bloated salaries and unnecessary amenities. https://t.co/Q2n7r1FcTw — …
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Crimes Against Women in Sports: Part 1 of my Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Sports Trilogyhttps://t.co/HQGet0sZ10 — Sheilla Dingus (@SheillaDingus) December 15, 2016 Part 2 of my Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Sports Trilogyhttps://t.co/ivBAPnMy2o — Sheilla Dingus (@SheillaDingus) December 15, 2016 Part 3 of my Domestic Violence and Sexual …
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“Real-life Approach” Needed for Dealing with Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Sports Leagues and Beyond
As ADA Render emphasized, the needs of the victim need to be the “first priority” in cases of this nature. Both Daniel Wallach and Dr. Abrams expressed that the sports leagues, and NFL, in particular have difficulty grappling with this issue in part because they attempt to lump everything into a “one-size-fits-all” approach. The problem with that is there’s no standard victim and no standard offender.
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