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Terrorism and the Olympics - Major Event Security and Lessons for the Future (Paperback): Anthony Richards, Pete Fussey, Andrew... Terrorism and the Olympics - Major Event Security and Lessons for the Future (Paperback)
Anthony Richards, Pete Fussey, Andrew Silke
R1,228 Discovery Miles 12 280 Out of stock

The book aims to outline the progress, problems and challenges of delivering a safe and secure Olympics in the context of the contemporary serious and enduring terrorist threat. The enormous media profile and symbolic significance of the Olympic Games, the history of terrorists aiming to use such high-profile events to advance their cause, and Al Qaeda's aim to cause mass casualties, all have major implications for the security of London 2012. Drawing on contributions from leading academics and practitioners in the field the book will assess the current terrorist threat, particularly focusing on terrorist targeting and how the Olympics might feature in this, before addressing particular response themes such as transport security, the role of surveillance, resilient designing of Olympic sites, the role of private security, and the challenge of inter-agency coordination. The book will conclude by providing an assessment of the legacy of Olympic security to date and will discuss the anticipated issues and dilemmas of the future. This book will be of interest to students of terrorism studies, security studies, counter-terrorism and sports studies.

Olympic Perspectives (Hardcover): Stephan Wassong, Richard Baka, Janice Forsyth Olympic Perspectives (Hardcover)
Stephan Wassong, Richard Baka, Janice Forsyth
R3,105 Discovery Miles 31 050 Out of stock

Historical research on the Olympic Movement is highly valuable as it displays processes of continuity and transformation by which knowledge building processes on the Olympic Movement, its structure and on Olympic sport can be expanded. The Olympic Movement can be addressed from multidisciplinary perspectives, including management, sociology, education, philosophy and history. This comprehensive collection examines the multifaceted profile of the Olympic and Paralympic Movement and presents new insights drawn from a variety of research projects. Historical and political dimensions of the Olympic and Paralympic Movement are addressed, along with educational, ethical, commercial and sociological perspectives. This book was originally published as a special issue of The International Journal of the History of Sport.

Internationalism in the Olympic Movement 2011 - Idea and Reality Between Nations, Cultures, and People (Paperback, 2011 ed.):... Internationalism in the Olympic Movement 2011 - Idea and Reality Between Nations, Cultures, and People (Paperback, 2011 ed.)
Holger Preuss, Karsten Liese
R1,289 Discovery Miles 12 890 Out of stock

Papers presented at a conference held at Universit'at Mainz on May 22, 2009.

From Olympic Administration to Olympic Governance (Hardcover): Emmanuel Bayle, Jean-Loup Chappelet From Olympic Administration to Olympic Governance (Hardcover)
Emmanuel Bayle, Jean-Loup Chappelet
R3,374 Discovery Miles 33 740 Out of stock

Lausanne, the Swiss city IOC (International Olympic Committee) President Juan Antonio Samaranch honored with the title "Olympic capital" in 1994, is now the administrative capital of world sport. The past century has presented Olympism with many challenges and that continues to be the case today; the issues may have changed, but they are no less numerous. Controversies over phony amateurism, the two Chinas and the creation of a modern Olympia have been resolved, only to be replaced by questions of governance, compliance, strategy, responsible management, the size of the Games, the scarcity of bids and new forms of doping and corruption. All these themes are examined in the articles that make up this book published about 100 years after the establishment of the IOC's headquarters in Lausanne. This book was originally published as a special edition of Sport in Society.

The London Olympics and Urban Development - The Mega-Event City (Paperback): Gavin Poynter, Valerie Viehoff, Yang Li The London Olympics and Urban Development - The Mega-Event City (Paperback)
Gavin Poynter, Valerie Viehoff, Yang Li
R1,109 Discovery Miles 11 090 Out of stock

As London sought to use the Olympics to achieve an ambitious programme of urban renewal in the relatively socially deprived East London it attracted global attention and sparked debate. This book provides an in-depth study of the transformation of East London as a result of the 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. Government and event organisers use legacies of urban renewal to justify hosting the world's leading sports mega-event, this book examines and evaluates those legacies. The London Olympics and Urban Development: the mega-event city is composed of new research, conducted by academics and policy makers. It combines case study analysis with conceptual insight into the role of a sports mega-events in transforming the city. It critically assesses the narrative of legacy as a framework for legitimizing urban changes and examines the use of this framework as a means of evaluating the outcomes achieved. This book is about that process of renewal, with a focus on the period following the 2012 Games and the diverse social, political and cultural implications of London's use of the narrative of legacy.

The Global Impact of Olympic Media at London 2012 (Hardcover): Andrew C. Billings, Marie Hardin The Global Impact of Olympic Media at London 2012 (Hardcover)
Andrew C. Billings, Marie Hardin
R3,226 Discovery Miles 32 260 Out of stock

This book explores the biggest sporting event in the world through the lens in which most people witness it: the media. Traversing nations and media formats, contributors offer insights into the manner in which the Olympics is conveyed to the masses and the impact arising from the mass consumption of Olympic media in its plethora of dimensions. The book gleans insight from past Olympic media analyses, but focuses on the role media played within the 2012 London Summer Olympics. Using a variety of methodologies, the book underscores how the Olympic Games are more than just a sporting event but should be understood a vast mosaic of images and events that shape public understandings of nations, society, and the values that undergird such renderings. This book was published as a special section in Mass Communication & Society.

Terrorism and the Olympics - Major Event Security and Lessons for the Future (Hardcover): Anthony Richards, Pete Fussey, Andrew... Terrorism and the Olympics - Major Event Security and Lessons for the Future (Hardcover)
Anthony Richards, Pete Fussey, Andrew Silke
R3,380 Discovery Miles 33 800 Out of stock

The book aims to outline the progress, problems and challenges of delivering a safe and secure Olympics in the context of the contemporary serious and enduring terrorist threat. The enormous media profile and symbolic significance of the Olympic Games, the history of terrorists aiming to use such high-profile events to advance their cause, and Al Qaeda's aim to cause mass casualties, all have major implications for the security of London 2012. Drawing on contributions from leading academics and practitioners in the field the book will assess the current terrorist threat, particularly focusing on terrorist targeting and how the Olympics might feature in this, before addressing particular response themes such as transport security, the role of surveillance, resilient designing of Olympic sites, the role of private security, and the challenge of inter-agency coordination. The book will conclude by providing an assessment of the legacy of Olympic security to date and will discuss the anticipated issues and dilemmas of the future. This book will be of interest to students of terrorism studies, security studies, counter-terrorism and sports studies.

The Olympic Legacy - Social Scientific Explorations (Hardcover): Alan Tomlinson The Olympic Legacy - Social Scientific Explorations (Hardcover)
Alan Tomlinson
R3,242 Discovery Miles 32 420 Out of stock

This comprehensive collection provides an overview of social scientific perspectives on Olympic legacy, using specialist analyses and selected cases to illuminate the recurring anthropological, political, and sociological dimensions of the legacy debate. Drawing upon research conducted on the Beijing, Vancouver, Athens, London and Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, it identifies the recurrent rhetoric that has characterised the legacy debate, alongside the harsh realities that contradict many legacies and aspirations. Fifteen researchers from six countries contribute a range of critical analytical studies which explore macro-perspectives on the shifting political economy symbolized at Beijing or in an over-reaching Greece, the soft power benefits perceived by the Rio 2016 organizers, the anthropological study of neighbourhood spaces threatened by corporate branding, and the apparatus of surveillance surrounding an Olympic Games. The symbolic importance of the Games is also captured in studies of volunteer motivations, labour and work initiatives, and the introduction of women's boxing at London 2012. In a comprehensive overview, Alan Tomlinson illuminates the rhetoric of successive Olympic cycles and the rise to prominence of the legacy question in that debate. This book was originally published as a special issue of Contemporary Social Science.

Managing the Paralympics (Paperback, 1st ed. 2017): Simon Darcy, Stephen Frawley, Daryl Adair Managing the Paralympics (Paperback, 1st ed. 2017)
Simon Darcy, Stephen Frawley, Daryl Adair
R2,197 Discovery Miles 21 970 Out of stock

This book critically examines the planning, management, and operations of the world's premier event for Para sport athletes. Noting a lack of research into how these games are planned and managed, the authors of this contributed volume discuss how the Paralympics are essentially different to the Olympics and what this means for their management. Managing the Paralympics explores how the organizers and connected stakeholders effectively organize and deliver the Paralympics, taking into account what has been learned from previous events. Including emergent models of best practice from event management, project management and sport management literature, the book gives an insight into the planning of one of the world's biggest sporting events that encompasses ten impairment types and multiple sport classes within sports.

The Olympic Games Effect - How Sports Marketing Builds Strong Brands (Paperback, 2nd Edition): John A. Davis The Olympic Games Effect - How Sports Marketing Builds Strong Brands (Paperback, 2nd Edition)
John A. Davis
R970 R858 Discovery Miles 8 580 Save R112 (12%) Out of stock

Marketing at the Olympics, the attraction and the rewards

Essential reading in preparation for the 2012 London Olympics, the newly revised and fully updated second edition of "The Olympic Games Effect" offers fascinating sports marketing and branding insights into the promotion of the Games themselves, and their unique attraction for corporations in particular.

The important lessons of past Olympics will be used to show a hundred year-plus tradition based on a several thousand year old testament to the love of sports and competition, revealing how, in recent years, this has evolved into a seductively attractive vehicle for a wide range of audiences, from consumers to corporations.Loaded with historical information on the Olympics, the book traces the history of the Olympics back to 776 BC. This legacy is vital to the ongoing success of the Olympics, and is at the heart of why brands care so muchPacked with illustrations that illustrate how the Games have become arguably the world's most successful sports event and the marketing opportunities this has led toIncludes relevant business strategies and recommendations to help companies understand how to make more effective sports sponsorship decisions

This timely new edition of "The Olympic Games Effect" shows the value contributed by sponsoring the world's premier sporting event, and explains how, by extension, other global sports events have the potential to generate similarly impressive results for their sponsors.

Tourism at the Olympic Games - Visiting the World (Hardcover): Mike Robinson, Josef Ploner Tourism at the Olympic Games - Visiting the World (Hardcover)
Mike Robinson, Josef Ploner
R3,256 Discovery Miles 32 560 Out of stock

Going far beyond being just a mega sport event, the Olympic Games are, and have been in the past, important settings for tourism and cultural change. Hosting the Olympic Games presents a unique opportunity for countries to promote, regenerate, and develop cities and regions, and to firmly locate them within an increasingly competitive global tourism marketplace. From Athens to Rio de Janeiro, Olympic landmark buildings, 'districts', and 'parks' have permanently transformed cities and regions, and gained tremendous material and symbolic value as tourist attractions. On another level, the Olympic Games produce a kaleidoscopic range of intangible and quasi-religious engagements with place and spectacle. They have a tremendous impact on the image of the host country, while invoking collective memories and touching on emotions such as suspense, compassion, togetherness, and pride. Tourism has also become a major watchword in ongoing debates on the 'legacy' of the Olympic Games, and it deeply penetrates discourses on social justice and cultural change on a local, national and global scale. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change.

Olympic Marketing (Paperback): Alain Ferrand, Jean-Loup Chappelet, Benoit Seguin Olympic Marketing (Paperback)
Alain Ferrand, Jean-Loup Chappelet, Benoit Seguin
R1,099 Discovery Miles 10 990 Out of stock

The Olympic Games have become the definitive sports event, with an unparalleled global reach and a remarkably diverse constituency of stakeholders, from the IOC and International Federations to athletes, sponsors and fans. It has been estimated, for example, that 3.6 billion people (about half of the world population) watched at least one minute of the Beijing Games in 2008 on television. The driving force behind the rise of the modern Olympics has been the Olympic marketing programme, which has acted as a catalyst for cooperation between stakeholders and driven the promotion, financial security and stability of the Olympic movement. This book is the first to explain the principles of Olympic marketing and to demonstrate how they can be applied successfully in all other areas of sports marketing and management. The book outlines a strategic and operational framework based on three types of co-productive relationships (market, network and informal) and explains how this framework can guide professional marketing practice. Containing case studies, summaries, insight boxes and examples of best practice in every chapter, this book is important reading for all students and practitioners working in sports marketing, sports management or Olympic studies.

Olympic Perspectives (Paperback): Stephan Wassong, Richard Baka, Janice Forsyth Olympic Perspectives (Paperback)
Stephan Wassong, Richard Baka, Janice Forsyth
R1,085 Discovery Miles 10 850 Out of stock

Historical research on the Olympic Movement is highly valuable as it displays processes of continuity and transformation by which knowledge building processes on the Olympic Movement, its structure and on Olympic sport can be expanded. The Olympic Movement can be addressed from multidisciplinary perspectives, including management, sociology, education, philosophy and history. This comprehensive collection examines the multifaceted profile of the Olympic and Paralympic Movement and presents new insights drawn from a variety of research projects. Historical and political dimensions of the Olympic and Paralympic Movement are addressed, along with educational, ethical, commercial and sociological perspectives. This book was originally published as a special issue of The International Journal of the History of Sport.

The London Olympics and Urban Development - The Mega-Event City (Hardcover): Gavin Poynter, Valerie Viehoff, Yang Li The London Olympics and Urban Development - The Mega-Event City (Hardcover)
Gavin Poynter, Valerie Viehoff, Yang Li
R3,523 Discovery Miles 35 230 Out of stock

As London sought to use the Olympics to achieve an ambitious programme of urban renewal in the relatively socially deprived East London it attracted global attention and sparked debate. This book provides an in-depth study of the transformation of East London as a result of the 2012 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. Government and event organisers use legacies of urban renewal to justify hosting the world's leading sports mega-event, this book examines and evaluates those legacies. The London Olympics and Urban Development: the mega-event city is composed of new research, conducted by academics and policy makers. It combines case study analysis with conceptual insight into the role of a sports mega-events in transforming the city. It critically assesses the narrative of legacy as a framework for legitimizing urban changes and examines the use of this framework as a means of evaluating the outcomes achieved. This book is about that process of renewal, with a focus on the period following the 2012 Games and the diverse social, political and cultural implications of London's use of the narrative of legacy.

The Olympics: The Basics (Hardcover): Andy Miah, Beatriz Garcia The Olympics: The Basics (Hardcover)
Andy Miah, Beatriz Garcia
R2,306 Discovery Miles 23 060 Out of stock

The Olympics: The Basics is an accessible, contemporary introduction to the Olympic movement and Games. Chapters explain how the Olympics transcend sports, engaging us with a range of contemporary philosophical, social, cultural and political matters, including:

  • peace development and diplomacy
  • management and economics
  • corruption, terror and activism
  • the rise of human enhancement
  • ethics and environmentalism.

This book explores the controversy and the legacy of the Olympics, drawing attention to the deeper values of Olympism, as the Olympic movement 's most valuable intellectual property. This engaging, lively, and often challenging book, is essential reading for newcomers to Olympic studies and offers new insights for Olympic scholars.

Japanese - Descriptive Grammar (Hardcover, Revised): John Hinds Japanese - Descriptive Grammar (Hardcover, Revised)
John Hinds
R5,779 Discovery Miles 57 790 Out of stock

First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Olympic Marketing (Hardcover): Alain Ferrand, Jean-Loup Chappelet, Benoit Seguin Olympic Marketing (Hardcover)
Alain Ferrand, Jean-Loup Chappelet, Benoit Seguin
R3,251 Discovery Miles 32 510 Out of stock

The Olympic Games have become the definitive sports event, with an unparalleled global reach and a remarkably diverse constituency of stakeholders, from the IOC and International Federations to athletes, sponsors and fans. It has been estimated, for example, that 3.6 billion people (about half of the world population) watched at least one minute of the Beijing Games in 2008 on television. The driving force behind the rise of the modern Olympics has been the Olympic marketing programme, which has acted as a catalyst for cooperation between stakeholders and driven the promotion, financial security and stability of the Olympic movement. This book is the first to explain the principles of Olympic marketing and to demonstrate how they can be applied successfully in all other areas of sports marketing and management. The book outlines a strategic and operational framework based on three types of co-productive relationships (market, network and informal) and explains how this framework can guide professional marketing practice. Containing case studies, summaries, insight boxes and examples of best practice in every chapter, this book is important reading for all students and practitioners working in sports marketing, sports management or Olympic studies.

Chaplaincy in the History of the Olympics - U.S. Sport Chaplaincy at the Olympic Level (Paperback): Madeline Manning Mims Chaplaincy in the History of the Olympics - U.S. Sport Chaplaincy at the Olympic Level (Paperback)
Madeline Manning Mims
R340 R290 Discovery Miles 2 900 Save R50 (15%) Out of stock
The Sarajevo Olympics - A History of the 1984 Winter Games (Paperback): Jason Vuic The Sarajevo Olympics - A History of the 1984 Winter Games (Paperback)
Jason Vuic
R765 Discovery Miles 7 650 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.

Romanian Gymnastics (Hardcover): Kurt W. Treptow Romanian Gymnastics (Hardcover)
Kurt W. Treptow
R1,104 R1,046 Discovery Miles 10 460 Save R58 (5%) Out of stock

Known for their success gymnastics since in Nadia Comaneci's performance at the 1976 Olympic Games, Romania's gymnasts are featured in this illustrated book which contains biographies of the female athletes and a history of Romanian gymnasts.

Hitler's Olympics: The Story of the 1936 Nazi Games (Paperback): Anton Rippon Hitler's Olympics: The Story of the 1936 Nazi Games (Paperback)
Anton Rippon
R386 R320 Discovery Miles 3 200 Save R66 (17%) Out of stock

For two weeks in August 1936, Nazi Germany achieved an astonishing propaganda coup when it staged the Olympic Games in Berlin. Hiding their anti-Semitism and plans for territorial expansion, the Nazis exploited the Olympic ideal, dazzling visiting spectators and journalists alike with an image of a tolerant country. Thousands of foreigners went away wondering why the Hitler regime had been vilified, unaware that not far from the stunning Olympic Stadium lay a concentration camp full of 'enemies of the state'. In Hitler's Olympics, Anton Rippon tells the story of those remarkable Games, the first to overtly use the Olympic festival for political purposes. His account looks at how the rise of the Nazis affected German sportsmen and women in the early 1930s. And it reveals how the rest of the world allowed the Berlin Olympics to go ahead despite the knowledge that Nazi Germany was a police state.The Nazis threw all their resources into staging the most remarkable Olympics seen so far. Hitler was closely involved in the grandiose planning of an event that was designed to glorify the new Nazi state, and this book describes the process in fascinating detail. The political drama of the event is matched by the intense competition of the athletes on the field and track. Here the two sides of the story come together, most famously in the person of Jessie Owens, the black quadruple gold medal winner.Hitler's Olympics is featured on the Sports Journalists' Association website:www.sportsjournalists.co.uk/olympics/should-we-send-a-jew-to-cover-the-berlin-olympics/

The 1906 Olympic Games - Results for All Competitors in All Events, with Commentary (Paperback): Bill Mallon The 1906 Olympic Games - Results for All Competitors in All Events, with Commentary (Paperback)
Bill Mallon
R1,781 Discovery Miles 17 810 Out of stock

One of the early concepts of the Olympic Games was to include ""intercalated"" Games every four years between the normal cycle, and to hold these Games in Athens, the ancestral home of the Olympics. In 1906 the first, and only one, of these games was held. Occurring only two years after the St. Louis Games of 1904 and two years before the London Games of 1908, the Athens Games were considered by many not to be ""official""; social and political forces prevented continuation of the intercalation cycle in 1910 and later.Yet these Games were surprisingly successful and helped guarantee the survival of the modern Olympics.This book, fourth in the series on the early Olympics, presents all the data on 29 nation and city-state participants in more than a dozen events in the Athens Games. Scores and descriptions are provided, and many historical errors and omissions in other sources are corrected. Appendices include the published program for the Games, the actual schedule followed during the Games, and country-by country listings of all participating athletes.

The 1912 Stockholm Olympics - Essays on the Competitions, the People, the City (Paperback): Leif Yttergren, Hans Bolling The 1912 Stockholm Olympics - Essays on the Competitions, the People, the City (Paperback)
Leif Yttergren, Hans Bolling
R1,002 Discovery Miles 10 020 Out of stock

On July 6, 1912, King Gustaf V of Sweden inaugurated the Fifth Olympiad at the Olympic Stadium in Stockholm. In the following weeks, 2,380 competitors from 27 nations representing all five continents participated in well-organized competitions in perfect weather conditions. The largest Olympics to date, the Stockholm Games have thus gone down in history as the Sunshine Olympics, or ""the Swedish Masterpiece."" Since that achievement, and despite numerous attempts by other Swedish cities, Sweden has not yet managed to host the Olympic Games again. This work examines the 1912 Stockholm Olympics from a variety of perspectives from different academic disciplines, exploring the preparations, organization, competitions, participants, and spectators, as well as the continuing significance of the 1912 Games to sport Sweden, the future of Olympic movement, and Swedish society.

The Three-Year Swim Club - The Untold Story of Maui's Sugar Ditch Kids and Their Quest for Olympic Glory (Paperback):... The Three-Year Swim Club - The Untold Story of Maui's Sugar Ditch Kids and Their Quest for Olympic Glory (Paperback)
Julie Checkoway
R427 R348 Discovery Miles 3 480 Save R79 (19%) Out of stock
The Youth Olympic Games (Paperback): Dag Vidar Hanstad, Milena M Parent, Barrie Houlihan The Youth Olympic Games (Paperback)
Dag Vidar Hanstad, Milena M Parent, Barrie Houlihan
R1,073 Discovery Miles 10 730 Out of stock

The first summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) were held in Singapore in 2010 and the first winter Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck in 2012. The IOC hopes that the YOG will encourage young people to be more active and that they will bring the Olympic movement closer to its original founding values. This is the first book to be published on the Youth Olympic Games. It critically examines the origins of the Games and the motives of the Games organisers, as well as the organisation and management of the Games and their wider impact and significance. The first part of the book discusses the relationship between the YOG and the ideology of Olympism, in the context of broader developments in youth sport competitions. The second part investigates a wide range of managerial aspects including the bidding process, finance, the prominent role of young people on the organising committees and as volunteers, the role of media and sponsors, and the distinctive competition structure. The final part of the book assesses the current and likely future impact of the YOG on the host cities and countries, the IOC and on national youth sport policies. The Youth Olympic Games is essential reading for any researcher, advanced student or policy maker with an interest in Olympic Studies, sports development, sport policy, youth sport or event management.

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