Should Student-Athletes be Paid?

Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 13 (2):198-212 (2018)

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Phillip Zema
University of Missouri, Columbia
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:The National Collegiate Athletic Association currently prohibits student-athletes from receiving compensation from many non-school-affiliated sources, including sports agents, adver...
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