Pat, an Asian-American, Catholic female, is paid considerably less for serving as head coach of the 12-person water polo team than is Chris, an African-American, Buddhist male, for serving as head coach of the 24-person rowing team. Both have the same level of experience, workload, and fund raising responsibilities, and neither has an assistant coach. Consider, and argue pro and con, the applicability of Title IX, Title VII, and EPA protections for pat.
For case study one read and review material from course textbook chapters 9 and 11 and the course writing module. Then go to page 148 in the course textbook and answer Case 11.1 (Pat and Chris). The textbook is sport, physical activity, and the law. (3 edition) Your essay response should answer the following question,
Argue pro and con the applicability of Title IX, Title VII, and EPA protections for Pat.
Make sure to follow the case study guidelines located in the course syllabus. The syllabus guideline is below.
Written Assignments- (Case Studies 30 points each) each student will submit to the instructor on the scheduled due dates their own individual analysis of the assigned case studies. Each analysis should include a thesis statement and provide rationalization of key discussion points based upon the dynamic interplay between fact and legal theory. Illustrations of core legal principles and the application of these principles when it comes to managerial decision making should be emphasized and supported by listing other similar relevant case opinions. The thesis statement format and other writing information will be covered in class resource material (2 PowerPoint presentations on writing effectively) and each assignment should follow APA style, include a cover page with the student’s name, case #, and case title with the paper double spaced and in size 12 font, Microsoft word document, and a reference page. Students should access the assigned course text, class resources, USA main campus library databases and use at least one law web-site references to support their case analysis. Also, one actual precedent legal case (cite case, record, volume #) relevant to case response is required to support an interpretation or application of a legal concept. An original case study response will be submitted and then released back to students for revisions (thesis statement, argument coherently described, grammar, syntax, punctuations, clarity, etc.). Students will submit an original first draft to the Canvas assignments area and after receiving editing suggestions/comments at a later due date determined by the course instructor submit a final version of the writi