The NCAA is asking colleges -- but not ordering them -- to explicitly prohibit romantic relationships between athletes and coaches or other athletic department staff. “Sexual relationships between coaches and student-athletes have become a serious problem,” declares the opening line of a new publication the National Collegiate Athletic Association is distributing to all its member institutions, urging athletic departments to create policies that “unambiguously and effectively” prohibit such relationships.Of course, these relationships create conflicts of interest.We continue to identify technical compliance solutions that will provide all readers with our award-winning journalism.Wir verwenden Cookies, um Inhalte zu personalisieren, Werbeanzeigen maßzuschneidern und zu messen sowie die Sicherheit unserer Nutzer zu erhöhen.“[These relationships] had been going on forever,” said Karen Morrison, NCAA director of gender inclusion, calling from the forum in New Orleans.
I hope that what it does is prompt the conversations.” Research on how often coaches become sexually involved with athletes is limited, the authors say, for a number of reasons: data in existing studies measure different things, involve athletes of different ages and athletic levels, and in different locations. S.-based research is itself significant, indicative of an ideology that tends to idealize coaches and overlooks or minimizes the harmful aspects of sport, especially when the athletes are adults,” the authors write.
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A baseball coach who had been involved with a male student jumped off a bridge after being served with felony warrants. In some cases where colleges uncovered or were alerted to a relationship, the coaches were allowed to leave with no consequences, perhaps to be hired elsewhere.
However, Brake said no one or two cases prompted the NCAA effort.
Further, many lump together sexual harassment and abuse without delineating behaviors and attitudes. But the document does note a few studies with interesting findings.