PED 433 CASE STUDY I
One of the most difficult and unpleasant tasks of the sport manager is to handle complaints and conflicts.
“I want my fee back, it started to snow halfway through my golf game.”
“I want my money back, this is not a game, it’s a farce.”
“I want my $500 ski suite replaced; oil from the chair lift has ruined this one.”
“I’m starting on the basketball team and I’m only on a one-half scholarship. Two players not s starting are on a full ride. If I’m not changed to a full scholarship now, I’m transferring next semester.”
Case I: You are the AD of a large high school and supervising a home football game. An usher calls you to a section in the stands where there is a disturbance she can’t stop. An older man is shouting at and threatening a younger man who was sitting behind him. The older man’s wife, sitting next to him, is crying and holding her head. You take charge. How? What is your strategy?
Analyze the assigned Case Study and offer a logical solution to the stated problem. Respond with a minimum of 150 words. The response should be written in Standard English.
Credit will not be given for Case Studies after the closing date; however, students are allowed to work ahead on these assignments.
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Text book for the critical thinking
Administration of Physical Education and Sport Programs; 5th Edition, Larry Horine & David Stotlar
PED 433 CRITICAL THINKING INSTRUCTIONS
Read the assigned “Critical Thinking” passage and address the questions at the end of the passage. Each question should be addressed in separate paragraphs with a minimum of three sentences per paragraph. The topic of each paragraph should be the question to which you are responding. In at least two of the paragraphs state reasoning for your thoughts with reference, in bold, to the text or another reputable source. Your thoughts need to be clear and concise and include any experiences that you may have encountered or witnessed others encounter. The response should be written in Standard English.
Credit will not be given for Critical Thinking assignments after the closing date; however, students are allowed to work ahead on these assignments.
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