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Sports & Recreation Coursework

The UK Olympic Teams Success due to the Government Maintenance
As of today, the British team is greatly predisposed to failure due to the lack of facilities for training or preparation in a range of sporting disciplines. The inability by the government to provide support to the national team, on the other hand, is acting as a source of frustration to both the team as well as other stakeholders.
Pages: 16 (4000 words), Coursework
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Non-Attorney Agents in Sporting Representation
Federal Trade Commission enforcing the laws and acts provided by SPARTA has treated all the agents to be the same without differentiating the attorney-agents and the non-attorney agents. This has become an advantage to the attorney agents who before were characterized with the competitive disadvantage in comparison with the non-attorney agents.
Pages: 13 (3250 words), Coursework
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How Does Sporting Activity Create Social Capital and Foster Community Development
According to Tonts (2005) community is marked by familiar and cooperative ties between people that have a high degree of intimacy, moral commitment, and social cohesion. A sense of belonging to a community arises from a fundamental desire to create and maintain social relationships, to have a sense of belonging and develop a self-identity.
Pages: 11 (2750 words), Coursework
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Concussion and Other Risk Factors Contributing to Athletes' Melancholia
Depression is related to one’s internal beliefs. A study examined the relationship between depression symptoms and intrinsic, non-organizational and organizational religiosity, in intercollegiate athletes. In order to show the relationship, researchers selected one hundred and five athletes from South-eastern US public university.
Pages: 12 (3000 words), Coursework
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Use of Feedback by Coaches and Players
Real Madrid had a different strategy with that of Liverpool, the distribution that was adopted by Real Madrid in terms of defensive, midfield and attacking players as indicated is a 4:2:2 system of play. This means that the defensive part had 4 players, midfield had four players, and they had two attacking players.
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Coursework
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