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Legacies and Mega Events

(Routledge Advances in Event Research)

Brittain, Ian (EDT)   Bocarro, Jason (EDT)   Byers, Terri (EDT)

Routledge 2017/08
268 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138678378
KCN: 1028172272
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Full Description

The use of sporting and other mega-events to bring about transformation of socially deprived areas of major cities is becoming an increasingly important part of the raison d'etre for hosting such events, especially given the immense costs involved and the current economic climate. The tax-paying public increasingly has to be persuaded of the benefits, beyond the event itself, to spend the nation's resources in this way. This edited book, written by international experts, critically explores these multiple facets of the Mega Event legacy looking at the various economic, environmental and social impacts and benefits in multiple continents. It considers topics such as volunteering, participation, economics, sponsorship, ethics and technology in relation to legacy. This timely book provides a further understanding of the legacy discourse, as well as the potential pitfalls connected to legacy in relation to mega events. Filling a gap in the literature on legacy research, Legacies and Mega Events will be of interest to events, sports, tourism, urban development students, researchers and academics.

Table of Contents

List of Figures and Plates List of Tables List of Contributors Foreword Holger Preuss, Johannes Gutenberg-University, Germany Acknowledgements Introduction Jason Bocarro, North Carolina State University, USA, Ian Brittain, Coventry University, UK and Terri Byers, University of New Brunswick, Canada. Part I Main Chapters Sporting and Non-Sporting Mega Event Research: What next? Jason Bocarro, North Carolina State University, USA, Terri Byers, University of New Brunswick, Canada and Libby Carter, Coventry University, UK. 2 Trading Legacy for Leverage Laurence Chalip, University of Illinois, USA 3 Mega Events: Why cities are willing to host them, despite the lack of economic benefits Harry Arne Solberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway 4 Volunteering Legacy of the London 2012 Olympics Olesya Nedvetskaya, Sheffield Hallam University, UK and Vassil Girginov, Brunel University, UK 5 Sport Participation Legacies of Mega Sporting Events Mike Weed, Canterbury Christchurch University, UK 6 Legacy of Sporting Mega Events for People with Disabilities: The Paralympic Games Ian Brittain, Coventry University, UK 7 Economic Legacy to Cities of Hosting Major Sports Events: a Case Study of London 2012 Chris Gratton, Sheffield Hallam University, UK and Girish Ramchandani, Sheffield Hallam University, UK 8 Environmental Legacy of Mega Sport Events Timothy Kellison, Georgia State University, USA and Jonathan Casper, North Carolina State University, USA 9 Mega-Events and Place Branding Legacy for Emerging Economies Brendon Knott, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa and Kamilla Swart, American University in the Emirates, UAE 10 The legacy of corruption in the context of the 2014 FIFA World Cup: Short-term and long-term consequences for sponsorship perception Joerg Koenigstorfer, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany and Wojciech Kulczycki, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany Part II Short Case Studies 11 The "Legacy" of the Olympic Games for Local Communities: A Case Study of the Nagano 1998 Winter Olympic Games Masayuki Takao, Tokyo University of Science, Japan 12 "Lead Up and Legacy": A Case Study of the 2015 Rugby World Cup Gareth Jones, Temple University, USA, Mike Edwards, North Carolina State University, USA and Nick Passenger, University of Central Lancashire, UK. 13 The Legacy of the London 2012 Olympic Games: A Case Study of Grassroots Sport Clubs and the Sport Participation Legacy. Guy Thomas, Coventry University, UK, Ian Brittain, Coventry University, UK and Andrew Jones, Coventry University, UK 14 Towards Cultural Centrality in Mega-Event Urban Legacy: The Case of Porto Maravilha and the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Debora Guerra, Coventry University, UK, Jennifer Ferreira, Coventry University, UK and Eva Kipnis, Coventry University, UK 15 Sport Mega-Events and the Media Kamilla Swart, American University in the Emirates, UAE, Michael Linley, Victoria University, Australia and Gift Muresherwa, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa 16 The New Orleans Mardi Gras: A Mega-Event with an intangible legacy of protest and resistance to social injustice and inequality. Hazel Barrett, Coventry University, UK Conclusion Ian Brittain, Coventry University, UK, Jason Bocarro, North Carolina State University, USA and Terri Byers, University of New Brunswick, Canada. Index