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League of Fans
"League of Fans is a sports reform project founded by Ralph Nader to encourage social & civic responsibility in sports industry & culture."
The DOK : Database of Kinesiology
Kinesiologists United is a professional organization of practitioners who use manual muscle testing. Membership is FREE and is open to all kinesiologists of all schools and types of kinesiology. Kinesiologists United offers continuing and advanced education in kinesiology for its members and the public through The XK Project.
Tucker Center for Girls and Women in Sports
The Tucker Center is an interdisciplinary research center has established standards of excellence with respect to scholarly inquiry, graduate education and community outreach and public service. Housed in the College of Education and Human Development's School of Kinesiology, the Tucker Center is devoted to sponsoring, promoting, and disseminating scholarly activity on how sport impacts the lives of girls and women
NCAA College Athletics Finances Database
Details of revenues and expenses at NCAA D-I public schools, 2006-2011
TIDES: The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports
"The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES) serves as a comprehensive resource for issues related to gender and race in amateur, collegiate and professional sports. The Institute researches and publishes a variety of studies, including annual studies of student-athlete graduation rates and racial attitudes in sports, as well as the internationally recognized Racial and Gender Report Card, an assessment of hiring practices in coaching and sport management in professional and college sport. The Institute also monitors some of the critical ethical issues in college and professional sport, including the potential for exploitation of student-athletes, gambling, performance-enhancing drugs and violence in sport".