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Australian Centre for Olympic Studies



THE OLYMPIC GAMES:
A Bibliography
Compiled by A. J. Veal

Last updated: June 2011

A suitable citation for this bibliography is:

Veal, A. J. (2011) The Olympic Games: A Bibliography. Sydney: Australian Centre for
Olympic Studies, University of Technology, Sydney, available at:
www.business.uts.edu.au/lst/research/publications/bibliographies/index.html
or at www.leisuresource.net (under 'other papers')

Contributors to earlier versions of this bibliography included: Kristine Toohey, Alison
Burkhardt and Peter Haxton.

While the bibliography is extensive, with some 2000 entries, it is not claimed to be
comprehensive. It is arranged in alphabetical order by author, with a separate section
at the end listing official Games reports. Key words are appended to references, in
[square brackets]. Particular Olympic Games are indicated by the host city name only
– eg. [Barcelona] – but by name and date if the city has hosted more than one games –
eg. [Athens 1896] [Athens 2004]. The Adobe-Acrobat search facility can be used to
locate items using key words or any word/name appearing in the reference.

The original version of the bibliography, with some 600 entries, was published in
printed format in 1995 (see Burkhardt et al., 1995): this is now out of print and there
are at present no plans to produce an updated print version.

Contents

Main bibliography        page 2
Official reports         page 181




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Abad, J. M. (1995) A summary of the activities of the COOB '92. In M. De Moragas and
Botella (eds) The Keys to Success: The Social, Sporting, Economic and Communications
Impact of Barcelona '92, Barcelona: Centre d'Estudis Olímpics i de l'Esport, Universitat
Autònoma de Barcelona. pp. 11-17. [Barcelona]

Adab, J. M. (1997) Olympic village, city and organisation of the Olympic Games: the
experience of Barcelona '92'. In De Moragas, M., Llines, M. and Kidd, B. (eds) Olympic
Villages: Hundred Years of Urban Planning and Shared Experiences, Lausanne: Olympic
Museum, International Olympic Committee, pp. 15-20. [Village] [Barcelona]

Abeyratne, R. L. R. (1995) Olympics 2000 and Sydney's airport policy: an environmental
impact study. Annals of Air and Space Law, 20(2), 3-51. [Planning] [Transport] [Sydney]

Access Economics (Canberra) (1994) Report on Tourist Forecasts - Sydney Olympics 2000.
Canberra: Federal Airports Commission.[Tourism] [Sydney]

Adair,D. (2004) Where the Games never cease: the Olympic Museum in Lausanne. In B.
Ritchie & D. Adair (eds), Sport Tourism: Interrelationships, Impacts,& Issues, Clevedon,
UK: Channel View Publications, pp.46-76. [Olympic Museum]

Adair, D. (2005) 'Diggers are not athletes!': the moniker controversy, Athletics Australia, and
the Returned Services League. In D. Adair et al. (eds) Beyond the Torch: Olympics and
Australian Culture. Australian Society for Sports History Studies No. 17. Melbourne: ASSH,
(www.sporthistory.org), pp. 61-82. [Sydney] [Sponsorship]

Adair, D., Coe, B., and Guoth, N. (eds) (2005) Beyond the Torch: Olympics and Australian
Culture. Australian Society for Sports History Studies No. 17. Melbourne: ASSH,
(www.sporthistory.org). [Sydney] [Legacy]

Adams, C. (2002) Fighting for acceptance: Sigfrid Edstrom and Avery Brundage: their efforts
to shape and control women 's participation in the Olympic Games. In K. B. Wamsley, R. K.
Barney and S. G. Martyn (eds) The Global Nexus Engaged: Past, Present, Future Inter-
disciplinary Olympic Studies: Sixth International Symposium for Olympic Research. London,
Ontario: International Centre for Olympic Studies, University of Western Ontario, pp. 143-
148. [Women]

Adams, C. (2004) Innsbruck 1964. In Findling, J. and Pelle, K. D. (eds) Encyclopedia of the
Modern Olympic Movement. Westport, CT.: Greenwood Publishing, pp. 345-50. [Winter
Olympics] [Innsbruck 1964]

Adams, W. L. and Gerlach, L. R. (eds) (2002) The Olympic Games: Ancient and Modern.
Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing. [History] [Olympism]



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Addkison-Simmons, D. (1996) Sapporo, 1972. In Findling, & Pelle (eds) Historical
Dictionary of the Modern Olympic Movement. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing, pp.
284-288. [Sapporo] [Winter Olympics]

Adkins, B. L. (1968) The Development of Negro Olympic Talent. PhD Dissertation, Indiana
University.

Aguilar-Darriba, A. (1988) The Olympic Games in Mexico - 1968: a long-term investment
strategy. In East Asian Architecture and Planning Program (eds) Hosting the Olympics: the
Long-Term Impact, Conference Report, Seoul: East Asian Architecture and Planning
Program, MIT & Grad. School of Environmental Studies, Seoul National University, pp. 265-
280.

Alam, M. B. (1996) Tokyo, 1964: the Games of the XVIIIth Olympiad. In Findling, J. and
Pelle, K. D. (eds) Historical Dictionary of the Modern Olympic Movement. Westport, CT:
Greenwood Publishing, pp. 135-138. [Tokyo]

Alaszkiewicz, R. K and McPhail, T. L. (1986) Olympic television rights. International
Review for the Sociology of Sport, 21(2/3), 211-228. [Media]

Alexandrakis, A. and Krotee, M. L. (1988) The dialectics of the IOC. International Review
for the Sociology of Sport, 23(4), 325-344. [IOC]

Alie, R. (1976) Africa at the Olympics. London: Africa Books. [Africa]

Alkemeyer, T. and Richartz, A. (1993) The Olympic Games: from ceremony to show.
Olympika, 2, 79-89.

Allen, E. J. B. (1996) Dewy's Olympics: the 1932 Lake Placid Games. In R. K. Barney, S. G.
Martyn, D. A. Brown and G. H. MacDonald (eds) Olympic Perspectives: Third International
Symposium for Olympic Research. London, Ontario: Centre for Olympic Studies, University
of Western Ontario, pp. 161-71. [Lake Placid 1932] [Winter Games]

Allen, E. J. B. (2000) 'We showed the world the Nordic way': skiing, Norwegians and the
Winter Olympic Games in the 1920s. In Schaffer, K. and Smith, S. (eds) The Olympics at the
Millennium: Power, Politics, and the Games. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press,
pp. 72-88. [Winter Olympics] [Skiing] [Norway]

Altobelli, T. (1995) Designing a dispute resolution system for the Sydney 2000 Olympic
Games. Australian Dispute Resolution Journal, 6(4), 274-283. [Sydney]

Altobelli, T. (1997) Cashing in on the Sydney Olympics. Law Society Journal, 35 (4), 44-48.
[Sydney] [Finance] [Sponsorship] [Marketing]




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Amnesty International (2007) People’s Republic of China: the Olympics Countdown –
Repression of Activists Overshadows Death Penalty and Media Reforms. London: Amnesty
International, available at: http://web.amnesty.org/library/index/ENGASA170152007
(accessed May 2007). [Beijing] [Human rights]

Andrews, D. L. 91998) Feminizing Olympic reality. International Review for the Sociology of
Sport, 33(1), 5-18. [Women]

Anderson, C. (1992) Olympic row over sex testing. Nature, 252, p. 784. [Gender] [Sex]

Andranovich, G., Burbank, M. J. and Heying, C. H. (2000) Olympic cities: lessons learned
from mega-event politics. Journal of Urban Affairs, 23(2), 113-131. [Politics] [Atlanta] [Los
Angeles] [Salt Lake City]

Andrews, D. L. (1998) Feminizing Olympic reality: preliminary dispatches from Baudrillard's
Atlanta. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 33(1), 5-18. [Atlanta] [Media]

Andrews, J. C. (1975) Physical education and Olympism: concepts, problems, and comments.
FIEP Bulletin, 45, 65-74. [Olympism]

Anthony, D. (1992) The propagation of Olympic education as a weapon against the
corruption and commercialisation of world-wide sport. in IOA, op. cit., pp. 157-164.
[Olympism] [Commercialisation]

Aparicio, D. (1995) Bibliography of Barcelona '92. In De Moragas and Botella, op. cit., pp.
266-275. [Bibliography] [Barcelona]

Aparicio, D. (1997) Bibliography. In De Moragas, M., Llines, M. and Kidd, B. (eds) Olympic
Villages: Hundred Years of Urban Planning and Shared Experiences, Lausanne: Olympic
Museum, International Olympic Committee, pp. 271-278. [Village]

Aplin, N. (1996) Values as guiding principles in the administration of Olympic sports in
Singapore. In R. K. Barney, S. G. Martyn, D. A. Brown and G. H. MacDonald (eds) Olympic
Perspectives: Third International Symposium for Olympic Research. London, Ontario: Centre
for Olympic Studies, University of Western Ontario, pp. 253-65. [Singapore] [Admistration]
[Olympism]

Aplin, N. (2000) Beyond the boundaries of propriety: Singapore's pioneer women Olympians.
Olympika, 9, 91-114 .[Women] [Singapore]

Aplin, N. (2000) Garlands briefer than a girl's: Singapore's first female Olympians. In K. B.
Wamsley, S. G. Martyn, G. H. MacDonald and R. K. Barney (eds) Bridging Three
Centuries: Intellectual Crossroads and the Modern Olympic Movement: Fifth International
Symposium for Olympic Research. London, Ontario: Centre for Olympic Studies, University
of Western Ontario, pp. 59-72. [Women] [Singapore]



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Apostolopolou, A., & Papadimitriou, D. (2004) 'Welcome home': motivations and objectives
of the 2004 Grand national Olympic sponsors. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 13(4), 180-192.
[Athens 2004] [Sponsorship]

Arbena, J. L. (1991) Sport, development and Mexican nationalism, 1920-1970. Journal of
Sport History, 18, 350-364. [Mexico City] [Politics]

Arbena, J. L. (1996) Mexico City, 1968: the Games of the XIXth Olympiad. In Findling, J.
and Pelle, K. D. (eds) Historical Dictionary of the Modern Olympic Movement. Westport,
CT: Greenwood Publishing, pp. 139-147. [Mexico City]

Arbena, J. L. (2004) Mexico City 1968. In J. E. Findling and K. D. Pelle (eds) Encyclopedia
of the Modern Olympic Movement. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, pp. 175-184. [Mexico
City]

Arblutt, D. (2005) The Olympic legacy. Leisure Management (UK), 25(6), 66-67. [London
2012] [Legacy] [Public opinion]

Archetti, E. P. (1999) The spectacle of heroic masculinity: Vegard Ulvang and Alberto
Tomba in the Winter Games of Albertville. In A. M. Klausen, (ed.) Olympic Games as
Performance and Public Event: the Case of the XVII Winter Olympic Games in Norway. New
York: Berghahn Books, pp. 195-2220. [Winter Olympics] [Albertville] [Masculinity]

Ashwell, T. (1996) Squaw Valley, 1960. In Findling, J. and Pelle, K. D. (eds) Historical
Dictionary of the Modern Olympic Movement. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing, pp.
263-269. [Squaw valley] [Winter Olympics]

Ashwell, T. (2004) Squaw Valley 1960. In Findling, J. and Pelle, K. D. (eds) Encyclopedia of
the Modern Olympic Movement. Westport, CT.: Greenwood Publishing, pp. 337-344.
[Winter Olympics] [Squaw Valley ]

Asian Coalition for Housing Rights (1989) Evictions in Seoul, South Korea. Environment
and Urbanization, 1, 89-94. [Seoul] [Social Impact]

Aso, N. (2002) Sumptuous repast: the 1964 Tokyo Olympics Arts Festival. Positions: East
Asia Cultures Critique, 10(1), 7-38. [Tokyo] [Cultural]

Associated Press and Grolier (1980) The Olympic Story 1980: Pursuit of Excellence.
Danbury, CN.: Grolier Enterprises. [Moscow]

Atkinson, H. (1967) The Games. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Atkinson, M. (1998) Project report - the Olympic Village. In Cashman and Hughes, op. cit.,
pp. 59-64. [Sydney] [Green Games] [Environment]




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Atkinson, M., and Young, K. (2005) Political violence, terrorism, and security at the Olympic
Games. In K. Young and K. B. Wamsley (eds) Global Olympics: Historical and Sociological
Studies of the Modern Games. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 269-294. [Terrorism] [Security]

Atkinson, M. and Young, K. (2002) Terror games: media treatment of security issues at the
2002 Winter Olympic Games. Olympika, 11, 53-78. [Security] [Media] [Salt Lake City]
[Winter Olympics]

Audit Office of New South Wales (1994) Sydney Olympics 2000: Performance Audit Report.
Sydney: Audit Office of New South Wales. [Sydney] [Finance]

Auf der Maur, N. (1976) The Billion-Dollar Game: Jean Drapeau and the 1976 Olympics.
Toronto: James Lorimer. [Montreal] [Finance]

Australian Bureau of Statistics (1990) The 1996 Olympic Survey, Victoria, October, 1989,
(Cat. No. 4119.2). Melbourne: ABS. [Melbourne] [Bidding]

Australian Bureau of Statistics (2000) The Sydney Olympic Games update. International
Trade in Goods and Services, (Cat. No. 5368.0). Canberra, ABS, July. [Sydney] [Economics]

Australian Bureau of Statistics (1999) The Sydney Olympic Games. Balance of Payments
and International Investment Position, (Cat No. 5302.0). 17-20. [Sydney] [Economics]

Australian Communications Authority (2002) Games Report: Delivering Communications
Services to the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Melbourne: ACA. [Sydney]
[Communications] [Media] [Paralympics]

Australian Olympic Committee (1992) The Story of the Olympics: the Official Publication of
the Australian Olympic Committee. McMahons Point, NSW: Lynux. [Australia]

Australian Sports Commission (2000) Developing an Olympic Legacy for Community Sport,
Media release, 27 June, 2000. Canberra: ASC, available at: www.ausport.gov.au/
fulltext/2000/ascmedia/20000627.html (accessed 24 Jan 2011). [Sydney] [Legacy]

Australian Sports Commission (2001) Impact of Hosting the Sydney 2000 Olympic and
Paralympic Games on Participation and Volunteering in Sport and Physical Activity in
Australia, Draft Document. Canberra: ASC. [Sydney] [Legacy] [Paralympics]

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Baade, R. A., and Matheson, R. A. (2002) Bidding for the Olympics: fool's gold? In C. P.
Barros, M. Ibrahimo and S. Szymanski (eds) Transatlantic Sport: The Comparative
Economics of North American and European Sports, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp
127-151. [Economic impact] [Los Angeles] [Atlanta]



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Bacon, W. (1993) Watchdog's bark muffled. Reportage: Newsletter of the Australian Centre
for Independent Journalism. (UTS, Sydney), September, pp. 3-5. [Media] [Sydney]

Bailey, S. (1997) A noble ally and Olympic disciple: the Reverend Robert S. de Courcy
Laffan, Coubertin's 'man' in England. Olympika, 6, 51-63. [De Coubertin] [England] [Laffan]

Bailey, S. (2008) Athlete First: a History of the Paralympic Movement. Chichester, UK: John
Wiley. [Paralympics]

Baimbridge, M. (1998) Outcome uncertainty in sporting competition: the Olympic games
1896-1998. Applied Economics Letters, 5(3), 161-164.[Olympic success] [Medals]

Bain, D. (2009) Olympic-driven urban development. In G. Poynter and M. Rustin (eds)
Olympic Cities: 2012 and the Remaking of London. London: Ashgate, pp. 73-86. [Urban
development]

Baka, R. (1976) Canadian federal government policy and the 1976 Summer Olympics.
Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Journal, 42, 52-60.
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Baka, R. (1976) Canadian federal government policy and the 1976 summer Olympics. In B.
Lowe, D. B. Kanin and A. Strenk (eds) Sport and International Relations, Champaign, Ill.:
Stipes, pp. 305-315. [Montreal] [Politics]

Baka, R., and Hess, R. (2002) Doing a 'Bradbury'! An analysis of recent Australian success at
the Winter Olympic Games. In K. B. Wamsley, R. K. Barney and S. G. Martyn (eds) The
Global Nexus Engaged: Past, Present, Future Interdisciplinary Olympic Studies: Sixth
International Symposium for Olympic Research. London, Ontario: International Centre for
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Baker, K. (2008) The 1908 Olympics: The First London Games. Cheltenham, Glos.:
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Baker, N. (1994) The Games that almost weren't: London 1948. In Barney and Meier, op. cit.,
pp. 107-116. [London]

Baker, N. (1994) Olympics or Tests: the disposition of the British sporting public, 1948.
Sporting Traditions, 11(1), 57-74. [Britain]

Baker, N. (2004) London 1948. In J. E. Findling and K. D. Pelle (eds) Encyclopedia of the
Modern Olympic Movement. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, pp. 127-134. [London 1948]

Bale, J., and Christensen, M. K. (eds) (2004) Post-Olympism? Questioning Sport in the
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Baley, J. A. (1978) Suggestions for removing politics from the Olympic Games. Journal of
Physical Education and Recreation, 49(3), 173-**. [Politics]

Ball, D. W. (1972) Olympic Games competition: structural correlates of national success.
International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 13, 186-200. [Olympic success] [Medals]
[Tokyo]

Balmer, N. J., Nevill, A. N. and Williams, A. M. (2001) Home advantage in Winter Olympics
(1908-1998). Journal of Sports Sciences, 19, 129-139. [Winter Olympics] [Medals] [Olympic
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Balmer, N., Nevill, A., and Williams, A. (2003) Modelling home advantage in the Summer
Olympic Games. Journal of Sports Sciences, 21(6), 469-478. [Medals] [Olympic success]

Bandy, S. J. (1988) The Olympic celebration of the arts. In Segrave and Chu op. cit., pp. 163-
169. [Cultural]

Bannister, R. (1988) The Olympic Games: past, present and future. In J. O. Segrave and D.
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Bar-Eli, M. and Spiegel, A. (1996) Israeli women in the Olympic and Maccabiah Games,
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Barke, M. (2007) Mexico City 1968. In J. R. Gold and M. M. Gold (eds) Olympic Cities: City
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Barkhausen, H. (1974) Footnote to the history of Riefenstahl's Olympia. Film Quarterly,
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Barnard, S., Butler, K., Golding, P., and Maguire, J. (2006) 'Making the news': the 2004
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Barnet, C. R. (1996) St. Louis, 1904: the Games of the IInd Olympiad. In Findling, J. and
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Barnet, C. R. (2004) St. Louis, 1904. In J. E. Findling and K. D. Pelle (eds) Encyclopedia of
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Barney, R. K. (1991) For such Olympic Games: German-American Turnfests as preludes to
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Barney, R. K. (1992) This Great Symbol: tricks of time. Olympic Review, Nov., pp. 627-631,
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Barney, R. K. (1992) Born from dilemma: America awakens to the modern Olympic Games,
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Barney, R. K. (1996) Resistance, persistence, providence: the 1932 Olympic Games in
perspective. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 67(2), 148-160. [Los Angeles]

Barney, R. K. (1998) A research note on the origins of the Olympic victory podium. In R.K.
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Research. London, Ontario: Centre for Olympic Studies, University of Western Ontario, 219-
225. [Podium]

Barney, R. K. (1998) The great transformation: Olympic victory ceremonies and the medal
podium. Olympika, 7, 89-112. [Ceremony]

Barney, R. K. (2000) Mr. Samaranch goes to Washington: protecting IOC stakes in the
American corporate world. In K. B. Wamsley, S. G. Martyn, G. H. MacDonald and R. K.
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Barney, R. K. (2003) The Olympic legacy of wealth: a double-edged sword. In M. De
Moragas, C. Kennett and N. Puig (eds) The Legacy of the Olympic Games, 1984-2000.
Lausanne: International Olympic Committee, pp. 43-54. [Legacy]

Barney, R. K. (2004) Prologues: the ancient games. In J. E. Findling and K. D. Pelle (eds)
Encyclopedia of the Modern Olympic Movement. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, pp. xxiii-
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Barney, R. K. (2004) Avery Brundage. In Findling, J. and Pelle, K. D. (eds) Encyclopedia of
the Modern Olympic Movement. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing, pp. 471-81.
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Barney, R. K. (2006) A simple souvenir: the Wienecke Commemoration Medal and Olympic
victory celebration. Olympika, 15, 87-112. [Ceremony]

Barney, R. K. (2009) 'For the athletic hnor of the maple leaf': the photographic identity of the
'Lost Olympians' – Canada's Olympic 'Stadium Team', London, England, 1908. Olympika, 18,
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Marney, R. K. (ed.) (2009) Rethinking the Olympic Games: Cultural Histories of the Olympic
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Barney, R. K., Martyn, S. G., Brown D. A., and. MacDonald, G. H. (eds) (1996) Olympic
Perspectives: Third International Symposium for Olympic Research. London, Ontario: Centre
for Olympic Studies, University of Western Ontario.

Barney, R. K. and Meier, K. V. (eds) (1992) Proceedings of the First International Symposium
for Olympic Research, London, Ontario: Centre for Olympic Studies, University of Western
Ontario.

Barney, R. K. and Meier, K. V. (eds) (1994) Critical Reflections on Olympic Ideology, Second
International Symposium for Olympic Research, London, Ontario: Centre for Olympic
Studies, University of Western Ontario.

Barney, R. K., Scott, M., and Moore, R. (1999) 'Old boys' at work and play: the International
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Barney, R. K., Wamsley, K. B., Martyne, S. G. and MacDonald, G. H. (eds) (1998) Global
and Cultural Critique: Problematizing the Olympic Games, London, Ontario; International
Centre for Olympic Studies, University of Western Ontario.

Barney, R., Wenn, S.R. and Martyn, S. G. (2000) Family feud: Olympic Review and IOC /
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Barney, R. K., Wenn, S.R., and Martyn, S. G. (2002) Selling the Five Rings: The International
Olympic Committee and the Rise of Olympic Commercialism. Salt lake City: University of
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Barney, R. K., Scott, M. and Moore, R. (1999) Old Boys' at work and play: the International
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Barrett, N. (1980) Olympics 1980. London: Piper Books. [Moscow]

Barton, L. (1983) The American Olympic Boycott of 1980: The Amalgam of Diplomacy and
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Batcha, E.M. (1998) Who are the real competitors in the Olympic Games? Dual Olympic
battles: trademark infringement and ambush marketing harm corporate sponsors - violations
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Beasley, K. A. (1997) The Paralympic village: a barrier-free city. In De Moragas, M., Llines,
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Beate, E. (1996) Volunteer perception of learning and satisfaction in a mega-event: the case of
the XVII Olympic Winter Games in Lillehammer. Festival and Event Management, 4(3/4),
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Beck, M. W. (1997) Salt Lake City's Olympic village: a legacy for past and future. In De
Moragas, M., Llines, M. and Kidd, B. (eds) Olympic Villages: Hundred Years of Urban
Planning and Shared Experiences. Lausanne: Olympic Museum, International Olympic
Committee, pp. 121-122. [Salt Lake City] [Winter Olympics] [Village] [Legacy]

Beck, P. J. (1980) Politics and the Olympics: the lessons of 1924. History Today, 20, July, 7-9.
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Beckett, A. (1991) The future of the Olympic Movement. In Laura, R. and White, S. (eds)
Drug Controversy in Sport: The Socio-ethical and Medical Issues, Sydney: Allen and Unwin,
pp. 25-37. [Drugs]

Beder, S. (1993) Sydney's toxic green Olympics. Current Affairs Bulletin, 70(6), 12-18.
[Environment] [Sydney] [Green Games]

Beezley, W.H. (1989) Radio, the rise of sport and the Olympics in the United States. In
Jackson, R. and McPhail, T. (eds) The Olympic Movement and the Mass Media: Past, Present
and Future Issues, International Conference Proceedings. University of Calgary, Feb. 15-19,
Calgary: Hurford Enterprises, pp. 2.7-2.12. [Media] [USA]

Befu, H. (1990) Dimensions of cultural nationalism. In Byong-Ik, op. cit., pp. 160-180.
[Nationalism]

Begley, G. (1988) A matter of time: the USA-USSR basketball game at the 1976 Munich
Olympics. In J. O. Segrave and D. Chu (eds) The Olympic Games in Transition. Champaign,
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Athens 1896

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Paris, 1900

In French:

Ministère du Commerce, de l'Industrie des Postes et des Télégraphes (1901) Exposition
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St. Louis, 1904

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London, 1908

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Stockholm, 1912

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Antwerp, 1920

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Paris, 1924

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Amsterdam, 1928

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Los Angeles, 1932

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Berlin, 1936

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London, 1948

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Helsinki, 1952

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Melbourne, 1956

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Rome, 1960

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Tokyo, 1964

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Mexico City, 1968

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Munich, 1972

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Montréal, 1976

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Moscow, 1980

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Los Angeles, 1984

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Seoul, 1988

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Atlanta, 1996

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Nagano, 1998

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Sydney, 2000

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