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Monday, April 24

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    Corporate America, in association with the sports industry, team up to make sports the sixth largest industry in the United States, with about $213-214 billion dollars invested in the industry each year (Kian, Mondello, Vincent, 2009). The spectacle of sports gives corporations a very profitable way to make a buck and create dynamic media coverage that is shown all over the world. One of the first aspects within this controversy is the fact that hundreds of contracts have been given to the NCAA, NFL, NBA, NHL, and so on for the coverage of men’s sports in particular. In 1999, CBS Broadcasting, Inc. agreed to pay the NCAA $6.2 billion dollars for exclusive rights to broadcast the division one men’s basketball tournament for 11 years (Kian, Mondello, Vincent, 2009).
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Sunday, January 15

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    Ableism describes the system of discrimination and exclusion of people who have disabilities. This is a form of oppression which advantages able-bodied people and disadvantages people with disabilities. A more accurate term for people who are not living with disabilities which is gaining popularity is temporarily able-bodied because it highlights that anyone may gain disability status throughout their life time due to illness or injury (Castaneda et al).
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Friday, May 6

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    Ableism describes the system of discrimination and exclusion of people who have disabilities. This is a form of oppression which advantages able-bodied people and disadvantages people with disabilities. A more accurate term for people who are not living with disabilities which is gaining popularity is temporarily able-bodied because it highlights that anyone may gain disability status throughout their life time due to illness or injury (Castaneda et al).
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