Labor Disputes and the Sides of the Bargaining Table Professional sports are gr

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Labor Disputes and the Sides of the Bargaining Table

Professional sports are greatly influenced by collective bargaining agreements, where ownership and players have different perspectives and arguments. Using your personal experiences, research from the course text, and at least two outside scholarly sources, complete a two-to three-page APA style formatted paper (not including the title and reference page). In a narrative format, the paper must include:

  1. An examination of the background of the 2004-2005 National Hockey League (NHL) lockout.
  2. A description of the major issues involved in the 2004-2005 NHL hockey lockout.
  3. An analysis of what side of the bargaining table you agree with, players or owners.
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