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Olympics in Conflict - From the Games of the New Emerging Forces to the Rio Olympics (Hardcover): Lu Zhouxiang, Fan Hong Olympics in Conflict - From the Games of the New Emerging Forces to the Rio Olympics (Hardcover)
Lu Zhouxiang, Fan Hong
R3,377 Discovery Miles 33 770 Out of stock

In the second half of the twentieth century, the Olympics played an important role in the politics of the Cold War and was part of the conflicts between the Capitalist Block, the Socialist Block and Third World countries. The Games of the New Emerging Forces (GANEFO) is one of the best examples of the politicization of sport and the Olympics in the Cold War era. From the 1980s onward, the Olympics has facilitated communication and cooperation between nations in the post-Cold War era and contributed to the formation of a new world order. In August 2016, the Games of the XXXI Olympiad were held in Rio de Janeiro, making Brazil the first South American country to host the Summer Olympics. This was widely regarded as a new landmark event in the history of the modern Olympic movement. From the GANEFO to Rio, the Olympic Games have witnessed the shifting balance in international politics and world economy. This book aims at understanding the transformation of the Olympics over the past decades and tries to explain how the Olympic movement played its part in world politics, the world economy and international relations against the background of the rise of developing countries. The chapters in this book were published as a special issue in The International Journal of the History of Sport.

The Sarajevo Olympics - A History of the 1984 Winter Games (Hardcover): Jason Vuic The Sarajevo Olympics - A History of the 1984 Winter Games (Hardcover)
Jason Vuic
R2,312 Discovery Miles 23 120 Out of stock

To most observers, the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, were an unmitigated success. That year, the unlikeliest of candidate cities in the unlikeliest of candidate countries did what many had thought impossible: it hosted an international sports competition at the highest level, housing and feeding hundreds of athletes and thousands of tourists while broadcasting a positive image of socialist Yugoslavia to the world. The first Winter Games held in a communist country, Sarajevo also marked the first Olympic confrontation of Soviet and American athletes since the U.S. boycott of the 1980 Moscow Summer Games. And the competitions themselves were spectacular and memorable. This was the Olympics of British ice dancers Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, American skiers "Wild Bill" Johnson and Debbie Armstrong, and East German skaters Katarina Witt and Karin Enke, not to mention a Soviet hockey team that rebounded from its stunning loss to the Americans at Lake Placid four years earlier to win all seven of its matches. Yet The Sarajevo Olympics is more than just a history of sport. Jason Vuic also retraces the history of the Olympic movement, analyzes the inner workings of the International Olympic Committee during the troubled 1970s and 1980s, and places the 1984 Winter Games in the context of Cold War geopolitics. The book begins and ends by reminding readers that less than a decade after it hosted the Olympics, the Bosnian city of Sarajevo found itself at the vortex of a bloody and brutal civil war that would end with the dissolution of the multiethnic Yugoslavian state.

The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics - Nine Americans and Their Epic... The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics - Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics (Hardcover, Bound for Schools & Libraries ed.)
Daniel Brown; Contributions by Gregory Mone
R707 R635 Discovery Miles 6 350 Save R72 (10%) Out of stock

The "New York Times"-bestselling story about American Olympic triumph in Nazi Germany
Out of the depths of the Depression comes an irresistible story about beating the odds and finding hope in the most desperate of times--the improbable, intimate account of how nine working-class boys from the American West showed the world at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin what true grit really meant.
It was an unlikely quest from the start. With a team composed of the sons of loggers, shipyard workers, and farmers, the University of Washington's eight-oar crew team was never expected to defeat the elite teams of the East Coast and Great Britain, yet they did, going on to shock the world by defeating the German team rowing for Adolf Hitler. The emotional heart of the tale lies with Joe Rantz, a teenager without family or prospects, who rows not only to regain his shattered self-regard but also to find a real place for himself in the world. Drawing on the boys' own journals and vivid memories of a once-in-a-lifetime shared dream, Brown has created an unforgettable portrait of an era, a celebration of a remarkable achievement, and a chronicle of one extraordinary young man's personal quest.

Surveilling and Securing the Olympics - From Tokyo 1964 to London 2012 and Beyond (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2015): Vida Bajc Surveilling and Securing the Olympics - From Tokyo 1964 to London 2012 and Beyond (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2015)
Vida Bajc
R3,116 R2,820 Discovery Miles 28 200 Save R296 (9%) Out of stock

Analyzing the relationship between the Olympic Games, with its ethos of openness and collectivism, and the security concerns and surveillance technologies which are increasingly prevalent in the organization of public events, this book demonstrates how each state has dealt with perceived threats.

The Boys in the Boat - Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics (Hardcover, Large type / large... The Boys in the Boat - Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics (Hardcover, Large type / large print edition)
Daniel James Brown
R885 Discovery Miles 8 850 Out of stock

For readers of Laura Hillenbrand's "Seabiscuit" and "Unbroken," the dramatic story of the American rowing team that stunned the world at Hitler's 1936 Berlin Olympics
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"Daniel James Brown's robust book tells the story of the University of Washington's 1936 eight-oar crew and their epic quest for an Olympic gold medal, a team that transformed the sport and grabbed the attention of millions of Americans. The sons of loggers, shipyard workers, and farmers, the boys defeated elite rivals first from eastern and British universities and finally the German crew rowing for Adolf Hitler in the Olympic games in Berlin, 1936.
The emotional heart of the story lies with one rower, Joe Rantz, a teenager without family or prospects, who rows not for glory, but to regain his shattered self-regard and to find a place he can call home. The crew is assembled by an enigmatic coach and mentored by a visionary, eccentric British boat builder, but it is their trust in each other that makes them a victorious team. They remind the country of what can be done when everyone quite literally pulls together--a perfect melding of commitment, determination, and optimism.
Drawing on the boys' own diaries and journals, their photos and memories of a once-in-a-lifetime shared dream, "The Boys in the Boat "is an irresistible story about beating the odds and finding hope in the most desperate of times--the improbable, intimate story of nine working-class boys from the American west who, in the depths of the Great Depression, showed the world what true grit really meant. It will appeal to readers of Erik Larson, Timothy Egan, James Bradley, and David Halberstam's "The Amateurs."

The Paralympic Games Explained - Second Edition (Hardcover, 2nd New edition): Ian Brittain The Paralympic Games Explained - Second Edition (Hardcover, 2nd New edition)
Ian Brittain
R2,980 Discovery Miles 29 800 Out of stock

The Paralympic Games is the second largest multi-sport festival on earth and an event which poses profound and challenging questions about the nature of sport, disability and society. The Paralympic Games Explained is the first complete introduction to the Paralympic phenomenon, exploring every key aspect and issue, from the history and development of the Paralympic movement to the economic and social impact of the contemporary Games. Now in a fully revised and updated second edition, it includes new material on hosting and legacy, Vancouver 2010 to Rio 2016, sport for development, and case studies of an additional ten Paralympic nations. Drawing on a range of international examples, it discusses key issues such as: * how societal attitudes influence disability sport * the governance of Paralympic and elite disability sport * the relationship between the Paralympics and the Olympics * drugs and technology in disability sport * classification in disability sport. Containing useful features including review questions, study activities, web links and guides to further reading throughout, The Paralympic Games Explained is the most accessible and comprehensive guide to the Paralympics currently available. It is essential reading for all students with an interest in disability sport, sporting mega-events, the politics of sport, or disability in society.

The Ohio State University at the Olympics - A Biographical Dictionary of Athletes, Alternates, Administrators, Coaches and... The Ohio State University at the Olympics - A Biographical Dictionary of Athletes, Alternates, Administrators, Coaches and Trainers (Paperback)
Rusty Wilson
R1,336 Discovery Miles 13 360 Out of stock

This biographical dictionary contains entries for each Ohio State University athlete that has competed at the Olympics. Also included are Olympic alternates, as well as coaches, trainers, and administrators who have made contributions to Ohio State's Olympic legacy. Much of the information has been located through archival research, but the author has also conducted many personal interviews with friends and family members of the athletes who have granted him access to rare documents and insight into the lives and accomplishments of these competitors.

The Olympic Games Explained - A Student Guide to the Evolution of the Modern Olympic Games (Hardcover): Jim Parry, Vassil... The Olympic Games Explained - A Student Guide to the Evolution of the Modern Olympic Games (Hardcover)
Jim Parry, Vassil Girginov; Foreword by Craig Reedie; Adapted by J.A. Mangan, Frank Galligan
R3,121 Discovery Miles 31 210 Out of stock

The Olympic Games Explained represents a comprehensive introduction to the central themes and background of the modern Games. This includes a consideration of ancient games, the modern revival at the end of the 19th Century and the progressive development of the Games throughout the 20th Century. The text considers a range of topics including: - The Ancient Olympics - The Media and the Olympics - Olympic Marketing and Sponsorship This Multidisciplinary text will seek to incorporate the theme of Olympism into other subject areas such as geography, history, art, media and business studies and draws specifically from the rich historical contribution of Britain to the Olympic movement. In order to enhance students learning experiences, the book will be complemented by a dedicated website offering access to unique archive and other document sources. this book aims to bring to its audience the best Olympic educational expertise available.

Historicizing the Pan-American Games (Hardcover): Bruce Kidd, Cesar R. Torres Historicizing the Pan-American Games (Hardcover)
Bruce Kidd, Cesar R. Torres
R3,119 Discovery Miles 31 190 Out of stock

The Pan-American Games, begun officially in 1951 in Buenos Aires and held in every region of the western hemisphere, have become one of the largest multi-sport games in the world. 6,132 athletes from 41 countries competed in 48 sports in the 2015 Games in Toronto, Canada. The Games are simultaneously an avenue for the spread of the Olympic Movement across the Americas, a stage for competing ideologies of Pan-American unity, and an occasion for host city infrastructural stimulus and economic development. And yet until this volume, the Games have never been studied as a single entity from a scholarly viewpoint. Historicizing the Pan-American Games presents 12 original articles on the Games. Topics range from the origins of the Games in the period between the world wars, to their urban, hemispheric and cultural legacies, to the policy implications of specific Games for international sport. The entire collection is set against the shifting economic, social, political, cultural, sporting and artistic contexts of the turbulent western hemisphere. Historicizing the Pan-American Games makes a significant contribution to the literature on major games, Olympic sport and sport in the western hemisphere. This book was previously published as a special issue of The International Journal of the History of Sport.

International Theatre Olympics - The Artistic and Intercultural Power of Olympism (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016): Jae Kyoung Kim International Theatre Olympics - The Artistic and Intercultural Power of Olympism (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016)
Jae Kyoung Kim
R1,551 R1,420 Discovery Miles 14 200 Save R131 (8%) Out of stock

This pivot examines how the Theatre Olympics, born in 1995, have served to enrich each host country's culture, community, and foreign relations. Looking at the host country's political, social, and cultural circumstances, it considers how the festival expands the notion of Olympism beyond its application to the Olympic Games, expressing the spirit of Olympism and interculturalism in each country's distinct cultural language. It also emphasizes the festival's development over the twenty years of its existence and how each festival's staging has reflected the national identity, theatre tradition, and cultural interest of the hosting country at that time, as well as how each festival director's artistic principle has attempted to accomplish cultural exchange through their productions.

Olympics in Athens 1896 - The Invention of the Modern Olympic Games (Hardcover): Michael Llewellyn Smith Olympics in Athens 1896 - The Invention of the Modern Olympic Games (Hardcover)
Michael Llewellyn Smith
R492 R403 Discovery Miles 4 030 Save R89 (18%) Out of stock

Published in the year that the Olympics return to Athens is the illuminating story of the making of the modern games.

The Volunteers - How Ordinary Australians Brought About the Extraordinary Success of the Sydney 2000 Games (Paperback): Max... The Volunteers - How Ordinary Australians Brought About the Extraordinary Success of the Sydney 2000 Games (Paperback)
Max Walker, Gerry Gleeson
R462 R431 Discovery Miles 4 310 Save R31 (7%) Out of stock

The Sydney Olympics and Paralympics brought to the world's attention the army of 50,000 volunteers who got the Olympic show on the road. Max Walker, a sporting hero himself, was inspired to make a tribute to their amazing efforts, to coincide with the first anniversary of the Games. There was almost no part of the games that did not rely heavily on volunteer labour. Everything from drivers, to computer engineers, to caterers, to performers in the opening ceremonies, to guides, to physiotherapists, to marshals, to morale boosters and interpreters - if you can think of an occupation or task there was a volunteer performing it. With the help of TAFE NSW who selected and trained the volunteers, Max Walker and Gerry Gleeson have collected over 200 stories from the people who made all this happen. Some of them are famous, like Peter Brock, John Bertram and Tim Fischer, but most of them are extraordinary ordinary people who took leave from their lives to donate hundreds of hours at their own expense, to showcase their country. By turns hilarious and moving, this is a behind-the-scenes look at what it was like for these people to take part in an event of national significance. They tell of their brushes with fame, their personal triumphs in actually getting there, some scary near-misses, and about the mates they made for life. With a foreword by Juan Antonio Samaranch, and a list of 50,000 volunteers' names, this book is a memento for those who volunteered, and anyone who admired their efforts.

The Suspect Lib/E - An Olympic Bombing, the Fbi, the Media, and Richard Jewell, the Man Caught in the Middle (Standard format,... The Suspect Lib/E - An Olympic Bombing, the Fbi, the Media, and Richard Jewell, the Man Caught in the Middle (Standard format, CD, Library Edition)
Kent Alexander, Kevin Salwen; Read by Paul Michael
R2,426 R1,651 Discovery Miles 16 510 Save R775 (32%) Out of stock
The Complete Book of the Winter Olympics (Paperback, 2002nd 2002 ed.): David Wallechinsky The Complete Book of the Winter Olympics (Paperback, 2002nd 2002 ed.)
David Wallechinsky
R390 R368 Discovery Miles 3 680 Save R22 (6%) Out of stock

From the bestselling author of "The Book of Lists" comes a must-have book for Salt Lake City 2002 and the ultimate source for statistics, scores, and the most dramatic stories in Winter Olympic history. 45 photos.

London, Europe and the Olympic Games - Historical Perspectives (Hardcover): Thierry Terret London, Europe and the Olympic Games - Historical Perspectives (Hardcover)
Thierry Terret
R3,240 Discovery Miles 32 400 Out of stock

London hosted the Olympic Games for the third time in 2012, a mega-event where the political, economic and social expectations could hardly be compared with the previous London Games of 1908 and 1948. In addition, the Olympic Games went back to Europe in 2012 after a long period where (apart from Athens in 2004) they were held by cities in other continents. In London, the world watched the Games. Continental Europe, however, generated a particular attitude based on the special relations it had developed historically with England. At the crossing point of history, cultural studies and geopolitics, this book provides new insights on the significance of the Olympic Games. It considers that the Games are the right window to look at both the past and the current relations between England and its closest continental neighbours. It will be ideal for students and academics working in sport sciences, cultural history, political science and European studies; amateur and professional sports historians; Olympic followers and experts in Olympic studies. This book was published as a special issue of the International Journal of the History of Sport.

The Olympics, Media and Society (Hardcover, New): Kim Bissell, Stephen D Perry The Olympics, Media and Society (Hardcover, New)
Kim Bissell, Stephen D Perry
R3,242 Discovery Miles 32 420 Out of stock

When the general public follow the Olympic Games on television, on the internet, even in the newspapers, they feel like they have themselves experienced the performances of the athletes. This book explores whether it is ever possible to experience the Olympic Games as an athletic event without considering the effect of the media. It addresses a multitude of ways in which the intermediary of media production alters the experience of the Olympics. Spectators watching Olympic events from the stands are less subjected to the language of the commentators, journalists, and even the athlete interviews as they form impressions and understandings of the games. However, even those who sit in the stands for the opening ceremonies or walk down the streets of the Olympic Village and the host city are treated to media spectacles that are intentionally produced to display the attitudes, values, and beliefs of the host country and its Olympic Committee. This book performs the important task of analysing ways in which the media serves as both an integral component and an arbiter of the Games for society. This book was originally published as a special issue of Mass Communication and Society.

Olympic Television - Broadcasting the Biggest Show on Earth (Hardcover): Andrew C. Billings, James R. Angelini, Paul J.... Olympic Television - Broadcasting the Biggest Show on Earth (Hardcover)
Andrew C. Billings, James R. Angelini, Paul J. MacArthur
R3,243 Discovery Miles 32 430 Out of stock

As the Olympic spectacle grows, broadcast coverage becomes bigger, more complex, and more sophisticated. Part sporting event, part reality show, and part global festival, the Olympics can be seen as both intensely nationalistic and a celebration of a shared sense of international community. This book sheds new light on how the Olympic experience has been shaped by television and expanded across multiple platforms and formats. Combining a multitude of approaches ranging from interviews to content analyses to audience surveys, the book explores the production, influence, and significance of Olympic media in contemporary society. Built on a central case study of NBC's coverage of the Rio Games in 2016, which is then placed within 20 years of content analyses, the book focuses on the entire Olympic television process from production to content to effects. Touching on key themes such as race, gender, history, consumerism, identity, nationalism, and storytelling, Olympic Television: Broadcasting the Biggest Show on Earth is fascinating reading for any student or scholar with an interest in sport, media, and the global impact of mega-events.

The Triple Asian Olympics - Asia Rising - The Pursuit of National Identity, International Recognition and Global Esteem... The Triple Asian Olympics - Asia Rising - The Pursuit of National Identity, International Recognition and Global Esteem (Paperback)
J.A. Mangan, Sandra Collins, Gwang Ok
R1,066 Discovery Miles 10 660 Out of stock

Realpolitik as a component of the Olympic Games held in East Asia has been largely ignored by historians. However, sport was an integral part of cultural diplomacy and the expression of national prowess for the three Games held in East Asia: 1964 Tokyo, 1988 Seoul and 2008 Beijing. It is time this was recorded. The Olympic Games had transformational political, economic and cultural effects for the host cities and countries. This also is a neglected topic. The Triple Asian Olympics: Asia Rising explores the realities of global transformation, regional ascendancy and metaphorical modernity of the East Asian Olympics and, by extension, East Asia. As the axis of global geo-political and economic power shifts to the East, analyzing the significance of the Olympic Games in East Asia becomes significant to an understanding the shifting nature of the nations of East Asia. The Triple Asian Games are harbingers of dramatic geopolitical change. This is the first study to record, confront and examine this contemporary phenomenon. For this reason, this unique collection promises to attract a wide readership. This book was originally published as a special issue of The International Journal of the History of Sport.

Chinese Subjectivities and the Beijing Olympics (Hardcover): Gladys Pak Lei Chong Chinese Subjectivities and the Beijing Olympics (Hardcover)
Gladys Pak Lei Chong
R2,386 Discovery Miles 23 860 Out of stock

Chinese Subjectivities and the Beijing Olympics develops the Foucauldian concept of productive power through examining the ways in which the Chinese government tried to mobilize the population to embrace its Olympic project through deploying various sets of strategies and tactics. It argues that the multifaceted strategies, tactics, and discourses deployed by the Chinese authorities sustain an order of things and values in such a way that drive individuals to commit themselves actively to the goals of the party-state. The book examines how these processes of subjectification are achieved by zooming in on five specific groups of the population: athletes, young Olympic volunteers, taxi drivers, Chinese citizens targeted by place-making projects, and the Hong Kong population. In doing so it probes critically into the role of individuals and how they take on the governmental ideas to become responsible autonomous subjects.

Los Angeles and the Summer Olympic Games - Planning Legacies (Paperback, 1st ed. 2020): Eva Kassens-Noor Los Angeles and the Summer Olympic Games - Planning Legacies (Paperback, 1st ed. 2020)
Eva Kassens-Noor
R1,467 Discovery Miles 14 670 Out of stock

This open access book describes the three planning approaches and legacy impacts for the Olympic Games in one locale: the city of Los Angeles, USA. The author critically compares the similarities and differences of the LA Olympics by reviewing the 1932 and 1984 Olympics and by analyzing the concurrent planning process for the 2028 Olympics. The author unravels the conditions that make (or do not make) LA28's argument "we have staged the Games before, we can do it again" compelling. Setting the bid's promises into the contemporary local and global mega-event contexts, the author analyzes why LA won the bids, how those wins allowed LA to negotiate concessions with the IOC and NOC, and how legacies were planned, executed, and ultimately evolved. The author concludes with a prediction which 2028 legacy promises might and might not be fulfilled given the local and international Olympic contexts.

Behind the Scenes at the Olympics (Hardcover): Joanne Mattern, James Mattern Behind the Scenes at the Olympics (Hardcover)
Joanne Mattern, James Mattern
R504 R462 Discovery Miles 4 620 Save R42 (8%) Out of stock

Find out how host cities are chosen; how politics, drug use, and terrorism affect the Games; and what the future holds.

America's First Olympics - The St. Louis Games of 1904 (Electronic book text): George Matthews America's First Olympics - The St. Louis Games of 1904 (Electronic book text)
George Matthews
R801 R622 Discovery Miles 6 220 Save R179 (22%) Out of stock
The Whole World Was Watching - Sport in the Cold War (Hardcover): Robert Edelman, Christopher Young The Whole World Was Watching - Sport in the Cold War (Hardcover)
Robert Edelman, Christopher Young
R1,423 Discovery Miles 14 230 Out of stock

In the Cold War era, the confrontation between capitalism and communism played out not only in military, diplomatic, and political contexts, but also in the realm of culture-and perhaps nowhere more so than the cultural phenomenon of sports, where the symbolic capital of athletic endeavor held up a mirror to the global contest for the sympathies of citizens worldwide. The Whole World Was Watching examines Cold War rivalries through the lens of sporting activities and competitions across Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the U.S. The essays in this volume consider sport as a vital sphere for understanding the complex geopolitics and cultural politics of the time, not just in terms of commerce and celebrity, but also with respect to shifting notions of race, class, and gender. Including contributions from an international lineup of historians, this volume suggests that the analysis of sport provides a valuable lens for understanding both how individuals experienced the Cold War in their daily lives, and how sports culture in turn influenced politics and diplomatic relations.

Costume - A Volume for the London Olympics (Paperback, New): John Hughson Costume - A Volume for the London Olympics (Paperback, New)
John Hughson
R982 Discovery Miles 9 820 Out of stock

This volume, consisting of papers originally delivered at the Sport and Fashion symposium in 2011, celebrates the connection between sport and the clothes and fashion which are associated with certain sporting activities. Articles include a study of Olympic swimming costumes, women's sport during the inter-war period, the use of sportsmen by clothing industries for brand marketing, and the aesthetic significance of certain items of clothing, specifically the shirt worn by Maradona during the 1986 Argentina-England World Cup quarter final. For more information, visit: www.maney.co.uk/journals/cos

Olympic Victor Lists and Ancient Greek History (Paperback): Paul Christesen Olympic Victor Lists and Ancient Greek History (Paperback)
Paul Christesen
R1,314 Discovery Miles 13 140 Out of stock

This book is a comprehensive examination of Olympic victor lists. The origins, development, content, and structure of Olympic victor lists are explored and explained, and a number of important questions, such as the source and reliability of the year of 776 for the first Olympics, are addressed. Olympic victor lists emerge as a clearly defined type of literature that is best understood as a group of closely related texts. This book offers a fresh perspective on works by familiar writers such as Diodorus Siculus and a sense of the potential importance of less-well-known authors such as Phlegon of Tralleis.

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