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Sports and Scandals: How Leagues Protect the Integrity of their Games: How Leagues Protect the Integrity of Their Games

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Sports are inspiring and uplifting. They can also bring out some of the worst
characteristics in human nature: narcissism, prejudice, greed. This book looks
at the major sports scandals in modern American history, from the Black Sox
fix of 1919 to the current concussion crisis in the NFL.
• Presents detailed, definitive descriptions of famous sports crises, allowing
readers to recognize the inaccuracies in the rumors surrounding these events
in order to fully understand what happened

• Covers scandals and controversial situations that arose in professional and
collegiate athletics

• Highlights how some of the smartest administrators in the public sphere have
responded to an unexpected crisis

• Presents information of interest not only to sports fans and sports
administrators but also to organizational communications professionals, crisis
management professionals, public relations specialists, and general
communication studies students

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Author: Edward Lordan

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