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Nauright, John

The Political Economy of Sport

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Table of contents

1. Sport and International Political Economy: An Introduction

1. Sport and International Political Economy: An Introduction
Kimberly S. Schimmel

Part I. Transnational Alliances: Manufacturing, Merchandising and Brand-Name Marketing in the Sport Industry

2. Playing an Aerial Game: The New Political Economy of Soccer
Richard Giulianotti

3. Recapturing Olympic Mystique: The Corporate Invasion of the Classroom
Tara Magdalinski, Kimberly S. Schimmel, Timothy J. L. Chandler

Part II. Active Moments: Capitalist Production, Cultural Change and Patterns of Resistance

4. Global Struggles, Local Impacts: Rugby League, Rupert Murdoch’s ‘Global Vision’ and Cultural Identities
Mark Falcous

5. The Media Sport Cultural Complex: Football and Fan Resistance in Australia
Murray G. Phillips, Brett Hutchins, Bob Stewart

6. Paradoxes of Material Culture: The Political Economy of Surfing
Douglas Booth

Part III. Place Competition: Sport Mega-Events and Urban Development

7. Selling Places: Hallmark Events and the Reimaging of Sydney and Toronto
C. Michael Hall

8. Public Policy, Sports Investments and Regional Development Initiatives in Japan
Wolfram Manzenreiter, John Horne

9. The ‘Green’ Games Sydney 2000 Played
Gordon Waitt

10. Conclusion: The Political Economy of Sport in the Twenty-first Century
John Nauright

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Political Economy, Economic Policy, International Relations, Popular Science in Sports, Sociology of Sport and Leisure

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
International Political Economy Series
Page amount
233 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230524057
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-41624-0

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