Olympism Bibliography : Selected Bibliography for further search on Olympics or Olympism

Baimbridge,
M. (1998) ‘Outcome uncertainty in sporting competition: the

Olympic
games 1896-1998′, Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 5, No. 3,

pp.
161-164.[Competition]

Barney,
R. K. (1992) ‘Born from dilemma: America awakens to the

modern
Olympic Games, 1901-1903′, Olympika, Vol.1, pp. 92-135.

[USA]
[Modern Games History]

Barney,
R. K. (1998) ‘The great transformation: Olympic victory

ceremonies
and the medal podium’, Olympika, Vol. 7, pp. 89-112.

[Ceremony]

Bloch,
R. 91968) ‘The origins of the Olympic Games’, Scientific

American,
Vol. 219, pp. 79-86. [Ancient Olympics] [Revival]

Borish,
L. J. (1996) ‘Women at the modern Olympic Games: an

interdisciplinary
look at American culture’, Quest, Vol.48, No.1, pp.

43-56.
[Women] [USA]

Brown,
G. (2000) ‘Emerging issues in Olympic sponsorship: implications

for
host cities’, Sport Management, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 71-92.

[Sponsorship]
[Sydney]

Cahill,
J. (1999) ‘Political influence and the Olympic flame’, Journal of

Olympic
History, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 29-32. [Torch]

Casson,
L. (1984) ‘The first Olympics: competing ‘for the greater glory of

Zeus”,
Smithsonian, Vol.15, pp. 64-80. [Ancient Olympics]

Chalip,
L. (1992) ‘The construction and use of polysemic structures:

Olympic
lessons for sport marketing’, Journal of Sport Management, Vol.

6, pp.
87-98. [Marketing]

Chalip,
L., Green, B.C., and Vander Velden, L. (2000) ‘The effects of polysemic

structures
on Olympic viewing’, International Journal of Sports Marketing

and
Sponsorship, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 39-57. [Media] [Marketing]

Clarke,
E.H. (1964) ‘The Olympic Games and their influence on physical

education’,
Journal of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Vol.35,

pp.
23-25. [Education]

Crowther,
N. B. (1996) ‘Athlete and state: qualifying for the Olympic

games
in ancient Greece’, Journal of Sport History, Vol. 23, No. 1, pp.

140-155.
[Ancient Games]

Davenport,
J. (1978) ‘The women’s movement and the Olympic Games’,

Journal
of Physical Education and Recreation, Vol.49, pp. 58-60.

[Women]

Davenport,
J. (1996) ‘Olympism: foundation of the Olympic movement’,

Journal
of the International Council for Health, Physical Education and

Recreation,
Vol. 32, No. 4, pp. 26-30. [Olympism]

DeFrantz,
A. L.(1993) ‘The Olympic Games: our birthright to sports’, in G.

L. Cohen
(ed) Women in Sport: Issues and Controversies, Newbury

Park,
CA.: Sage, pp. 185-192. (796.0194/OME/ 12) [Women]

Durantez,
D.C., Rosandich, T.P. and Haley, M. (1996) The Atlanta Star –

An Olympic
Forest. A Study in Olympism: History, Art, Culture and

Science,
Daphne, Ala.: United States Sports Academy

Eastman,
S. T. and Billings, A. C. (1999) ‘Gender parity in the Olympics:

hyping
women athletes, favoring men athletes’, Journal of Sport and

Social
Issues, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 140-**. [Gender]

Faulkner,
B., L. Chalip, R. Spurr and G. Brown (2000) ‘Sydney 2000

Olympics
tourism impacts study’, Allen, J., Harris, R, Jago, L. K. and

Veal,
A. J. (eds) Events Beyond 2000: Setting the Agenda: Proceedings

of Conference
on Event Evaluation, Research and Education, Sydney,

July
2000, Sydney; Australian Centre for Event Management, University

of Technology,
Sydney, pp. 132-133. [Sydney] [Tourism] [Benefits]

Fitzgerald,
B. (1992) ‘Special Olympics true to the Olympic spirit’, in IOA,

op.
cit., pp. 165-168.

Földesi,
G. S. (1992) ‘Introduction to Olympism in sport sociology’,

International
Review for the Sociology of Sport, Vol. 27, No. 2, pp.

103-106.
(306.405/INT 1) [Olympism]

Georgiadis,
K. (1992) ‘International Olympic Academy: the history of its

establishment,
aims and activities’, in IOA, op. cit., pp. 57-61.

[International
Olympic Academy]

Georgiadis,
K. (1996) ‘The 1896 Olympic Games in Athens’, Olympic

Review,
Vol. 25, No. 8, pp. 28-34. [Athens] [Revival]

Gillen,
P. (1994) ‘The Olympic Games and global society’, Arena, Vol. 4,

pp.
5-15.

Gissendanner,
C. H. (1996) ‘African American women Olympians: the

impact
of race, gender and class ideologies, 1932-1968′, Research

Quarterly
for Exercise and Sport, Vol. 67, No. 2, pp. 172-182. [Women]

[Race]
[USA]

Headon,
D. (2000) ‘Peaks, troughs and snouts – shades of the Olympic

ideal’,
Sporting Traditions, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 105-115. [Sydney]

Hill,
C. R. (1999) ‘The Cold War and the Olympic Movement’, History

Today,
Vol. 49, No. 1, pp. 19- [Politics] [Cold War]

International
Olympic Academy (1992) International Olympic Academy:

Thirty-Second
Session, 17th June – 2nd July, Lausanne: International

Olympic
Committee.

Krüüger,
A. (1997) ‘Forgotten decisons: the IOC on the eve of World War I’,
Olympika, Vol. 6, pp. 85-98. [International Olympic Committee]

Läämmer,
M. (1992) ‘Myth or reality: the classical Olympic athlete’, International
Review for the Sociology of Sport
, Vol.27, No.2, pp. 107-118.
[Ancient Games] [Amateurism

Lapchick,
R. E. (1996) ‘The modern Olympic Games: a political cauldron’, in
Lapchick, R. (ed) Sport in Society: Equal Opportunity or Business
as Usual?
, Thousand Oaks CA.: Sage, pp. 253-271. [Politics]

Lee,
E. (2000) ‘Histories of Homebush By and the Sydney Aboriginal fight
for recognition’,in Taylor, op. cit., pp. 121-123. [Sydney]
[Race]

Leigh,
M. H. (1980) ‘The enigma of Avery Brundage and women athletes’, Arena
Review
, Vol.4, No.2, pp. 11-21. (796.05/AREN) [Women] [IOC] [Brundage]

Lenskyj,
H. J. (1996) ‘When winners are losers: Toronto and Sydney bids for
the Summer Olympics’, Journal of Sport and Social Issues,
Vol.20, No.4, pp. 392-410. [Sydney] [Toronto] [Bidding]

Linnel,
G. (2000) ‘The drug-runner games’, The Bulletin (Sydney),
Vol. 118, No. 6221, 25 April, pp. 32-36.

Lucas,
J. A. (1994) ‘USOC President Douglas MacArthur and his Olympic moment,
1927-1928′, Olympika, Vol. 3, pp. 111-116. [USA]

Lunzenfichter,
A. (1998) ‘Women and Olympism’, in Report of Sessions – International
Olympic Academy 36 19 June-2 July, 1998
, Olympia: International
Olympic Academy, pp. 191-193. [Women] [Olympism]

MacAloon,
J. J. (1992) ‘The ethnographic imperative in comparative Olympic research’,
Sociology of Sport Journal, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 104-130. [Research]

Morris,
A. (2000) ‘The Olympic experience: an aboriginal perspective’, in
Taylor, op. cit., pp. 9-11. [Race] [Canada]

Mottram,
D. R. (1999) ‘Banned drugs in sport: does the IOC list need updating?’,
Sports Medicine, Vol. 27, No. 1, pp. 1-__. [Drugs]

Müüller,
N. (1998) International Olympic Academy: through its lectures
1961-1998
, Lausanne: International Olympic Committee. [International
Olympic Academy]

Murray,
W. J. (1992) ‘France, Coubertin and the Nazi Olympics: the response’,
Olympika, Vol.1, pp. 46-69. [Coubertin] [France] [Berlin]

Papas,
N.K. (1978) History and Development of the International Olympic
Academy, 1927-1977
, PhD dissertation, University of Illinois.
[International Olympic Academy]

Pfister,
G. (1996) ‘The struggle for Olympia: the women’s World Games and the
participation of women in the Olympic Games’, Journal of the International
Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation
, Vol. 32,
No. 4, pp. 20-25. [Women]

Polidoro,
J. R. and Simri, U. (1996) ‘The games of 676 BC: a visit to the centenary
of the Ancient Olympic games’, Journal of Physical Education,
Recreation and Dance
, Vol. 67, No. 5, pp. 41-45. [Ancient Games]

Powell,
J. T. (1994) Origins and Aspects of Olympism, Champaign,
Ill.: Stipes. [Olympism] [International Olympic Academy]

Raber,
N. (1998) ‘Dispute resolution in Olympic sport: the Court of Arbitration
for Sport’, Seton Hall Journal of Sport Law, Vol. 8, No.
1, pp. 75-. [Law]

Rosenzweig,
R. (1997) ‘The Nazi Olympics: Berlin 1936’, Journal of Sport History,
Vol.24, No.1, pp. 77-80. [Berlin] [Politics]

Schneider,
A. J. (1993) Drugs in Sport, the Straight Dope: A Philosophcal
Analysis of the Justification for banning Performance-enhancing Substances
and Practices in the Olympic games
, PhD thesis, University of
Western Ontario. [Drugs]

Segrave,
J. O. (1996) ‘Introduction – the modern Olympic Games: a contemporary
sociocultural analysis’, Quest, Vol.48, No.1, pp. 2-8. [Olympism]

Serpieris,
F. (1998) ‘Thirt-six years of the International Olympic Academy: aims
and contribution to the Olympic movement’, in Report of Sessions
– International Olympic Academy 36 19 June-2 July, 1998
, Olympia:
International Olympic Academy, pp. 35-39. [International Olympic Academy]

Ueberhorst,
H. (1976) ‘The International Olympic Academy: idea and reality’, in
Graham and Ueberhorst, op. cit., pp. 50-52. [International
Olympic Academy]

United
States Olympic Academy (1985) Olympism: A Commitment to a Better
Tomorrow through Sport: Proceedings of the United States Olympic Academy
IX
, State University of New York, Pittsburg, Eugene: Microform
Publications.

United
States Olympic Academy (1986) Olympism, the Olympic Games and
the Worldwide Olympic Movement: Proceedings of the United States Olympic
Academy X
, US Olympic Complex, Colorado Springs, Eugene: Microform
Publications.

United
States Olympic Academy (1987) The Olympics: Serving all People
and All Nations: Proceedings of the United States Olympic Academy
XI
, Indianapolis, Eugene: Microform Publications.

United
States Olympic Academy (1988) Proceedings of the United States
Olympic Academy XII
, Pennsylvania State University, Eugene: Microform
Publications.

United
States Olympic Academy (1989) Olympic Education: Breaking Ground
for the 21st Century: Proceedings of the United States
Olympic Academy XIII
, Evergreen State College, Eugene: Microform
Publications

Wilson,
H. E. (1997) ‘A legend in his own mind: the Olympic experience of
general George S. Patton, Jr’, Olympika, Vol. 6, pp. 99-113.
[USA]

Wilson,
W. (1996) ‘The IOC and the status of women in the Olympic Movement:
1972-1996′, Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport,
Vol. 67, No. 2, pp. 452-457. [Women] [IOC]

Yalouris,
N. (1998) ‘Sacred places of Olympia and Delphi: the impact of excavations
on the revival of the Olympic Games’, in Report of Sessions –
International Olympic Academy 36 19 June-2 July, 1998
, Olympia:
International Olympic Academy, pp. 40-46. [Ancient Games]

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