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Lockouts And Work Stoppages In Professional Sports

Author : Conor A. Walsh
ISBN : 1629480800
Genre : Social Science
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Work stoppages involving professional sports, whether caused by the players going on strike or the owners imposing a lockout, are by their very nature contentious and not always resolved quickly or easily. Major League Baseball has experienced the greatest number of work stoppages (eight), followed by the NFL (five), NHL (four), and NBA (two). While both NBA work stoppages were lockouts, the other three leagues have experienced a combination of strikes and lockouts. Major League Baseball has had five strikes and three lockouts, and the NHL one strike and three lockouts. This book provides an examination of the circumstances of each strike followed by a table that identifies relevant legislative measures, and an overview of Congressional comments and report language regarding the strike, which were drawn from hearings and reports, and remarks made on the House or Senate floor. This information shows the extent of actual, or intended, congressional involvement and how some members viewed congressional involvement in the strike, and a discussion of antitrust exemptions applicable to professional sports is also included.

Essentials Of Sports Law

Author : Glenn M. Wong
ISBN : 9780313356759
Genre : Law
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Outlines the American legal system and tort law as they apply to sports from high school to professional, and discusses liability, drugs, discrimination, contracts, antitrust, labor relations, violence, gambling, and other topics.

High Performance Training For Sports

Author : Joyce, David
ISBN : 9781450444828
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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High-Performance Training for Sports presents today’s best athlete conditioning protocols and programs in the world. An elite group of international strength and conditioning specialists and sport physiotherapists explain and demonstrate the most effective applications of the most current sport science and sports medicine to enhance athletic performance.


Author : Ronald Morisson
ISBN : 1633217256
Genre : Psychology
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The study of motivation has been experiencing a renaissance of research activity recently. This book discusses the psychology, strategies and impact on performance of motivation. Some of the topics included in this book are testing motivational processes in commercial weight-loss program users; the relationship between internal marketing, motivation and satisfaction at work; the effects of gender differences on motivation to learn English; the influence of strategies and motivation on achievement; and person-centred approach as a part of the humanistic paradigm for motivation in sport settings.

Natural Polymers

Author : Saiqa Ikram
ISBN : 1536104264
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The book Natural Polymers: Derivatives, Blends and Composites Volume II is an edited volume comprised of fifteen chapters from different experts working in the area of natural polymers. Natural polymers are finding applications in fields of packaging, medicine, pharmaceutics, biomedicine, textiles and many others. This book gives detailed insight into all aspects of natural polymers to the latest trends in the development of new products. This book will hopefully be supportive to scientists, researchers, academicians and students in different disciplines. Key features: 1. Describes various derivatives of natural polymers (ie: composites, nanoparticles, hydrogels, etc.); 2. Self-contained chapters on starch, chitosan, alginate, bovine serum albumin, among others; 3. Covers a broad range of natural polymer applications, from packaging to biomedicine.

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