Table of contents for National identity and global sports events : culture, politics, and spectacle in the Olympics and the football World Cup / edited by Alan Tomlinson and Christopher Young.

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Table of contents
1. Culture, politics and spectacle in the global sports event - an introduction. Alan 
Tomlinson and Christopher Young.
2. The theory of spectacle: reviewing Olympic ethnography. John J. MacAloon.
3. Italy 1934: Italy 1934: Football and Fascism. Robert S.C. Gordon and John 
London.
4. Berlin 1936: The most controversial Olympics. Allen Guttmann.
5. England 1966: Goal! The myth of the golden age. Tony Mason.
6. Mexico City 1968: Sombreros and skyscrapers. Keith and Claire Brewster.
7. Munich 1972: Re-presenting the nation. Christopher Young.
8. Argentina 1978: Military nationalism, football essentialism and moral ambivalence. 
Eduardo Archetti.
9. Moscow 1980: Stalinism or good clean fun? Robert Edelman.
10. Los Angeles 1984 and 1932: Commercialising the American Dream. Alan 
Tomlinson.
11. Barcelona 1992: Evaluating the Olympic legacy. Miquel de Moragas and 
Christopher Kennett.
12. Sydney 2000: Sociality and spaciality in global media events. Deborah Stevenson 
and David Rowe.
13. Japan/Korea 2002: Public space and popular celebration.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Nationalism and sports -- History.
Sports and globalization -- History.
Sports -- Sociological aspects -- Cross-cultural studies.