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Understanding International Sport Organisations : Principles, Power and Possibilities

Allison, Lincoln   Tomlinson, Alan

Routledge 2017/03
243 p. 24 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138820494
装丁違いISBN: 1138820482
KCN: 1023427033
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DDC: 796.069
KDC: C129 スポーツ・余暇
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Examines the historical rise of the SINGO'S (sporting international non-governmental organisations), such as the IOC FIFA and the FIA, their structures, organisational behaviour, and their power and influence in the context of modern sport and international politics.

Full Description

The governance of international sport is dominated by the SINGOs (sporting international non-governmental organisations). The IOC, FIFA, IAAF and the FIA wield global influence, but how exactly do such complex organisations operate? This important book examines the rise of the SINGOs, their structures, organisational behaviour and their power in the context of modern sport and international politics. Written by two world-leading experts, the book sheds new light on the relationship between these SINGOs and the sports which they govern. It provides a close critical analysis of the policies and practices of the most important international sport organisations, from their historical origins to the present day. Using case studies of key events such as the Olympics and the recent FIFA scandals, it examines the central question of how best to understand the significance of these organisations today. Combining historical insight with original research, Understanding International Sport Organisations: Principles, Power and Possibilities is essential reading for anyone with an interest in the politics of sport, the sociology of sport, sport administration, sport business or sport management.

Table of Contents

Introduction: SINGOs: From System to Crisis 1. The Origins and Nature of Modern Sport 2. The Consequent Characteristics of International Sport 3. Alternative Sources of Sporting Practice 4. Founding Global Institutions: The Origins and Development of the IOC and FIFA, 1894-1938 5. How Mercurius was Finally Unbound: SINGOs and Twentieth-Century History 6. Conceptualising INGOs and SINGOs 7. The Hegemonic SINGO and the Shaping of Global Sport: The IOC and its Olympic Behemoth 8. Mega-SINGO in Crisis: FIFA's Collapse of Confidence and Credibility 9. A Pattern of SINGOs? 10. Conclusion: SINGOs: Inevitable But Inevitably Problematic?