Violence against women in sports is a common topic in the news nowadays, with allegations of abuse and misconduct coming to light. Criminal and deviant behaviors in sports, from basketball to the NFL, happens more often than you think but what are the consequences of such behaviors? How do the institutions and actors involved respond to allegations? Do allegations of violence against women impact the career trajectory of professional athletes at all? (spoiler: nope). Join us and our guest, Daniel Sailofsky, as we discuss sports and violence, and you can fill your Social Breakdown bingo card slot marked “Capitalism”!
Sports, violence, capitalism, masculinity, celebrity status
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- Daniel’s co-authored article: “It Will Ruin His Career”: Does Violence Against Women Really Damage the Careers of NBA Players?
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- MLB, MLBPA reveal domestic violence policy
- National Football League player conduct policy
- Joint NBA/NBPA policy on domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse
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- Revisiting Ben Roethlisberger’s Sexual Assault Allegations in the #MeToo Era
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- O.J. Simpson trial
- Public Heroes, Private Felons: Athletes and Crimes Against Women by Benedict
- Michael Messner’s articles related to sociology of sports and masculinity
- The Rites of Men: Manhood, Politics, and the Culture of Sport by Burstyn
- Kristy McCray’s profile and publications
- Nicole Bedera’s twitter
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