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Olympic and world sport: making transnational society?
Giulianotti, Richard; Brownell, Susan
Mapping the global football field: a sociological model of transnational forces within the world game
Giulianotti, Richard; Robertson, Roland
Planning for the worst: risk, uncertainty and the Olympic Games
Boyle, Philip; Haggerty, Kevin D.
The regeneration games: purity and security in the Olympic city
Fussey, Pete; Coaffee, Jon; Armstrong, Gary; Hobbs, Dick
The bid, the lead‐up, the event and the legacy: global cultural politics and hosting the Olympics
Human rights and the Beijing Olympics: imagined global community and the transnational public sphere
‘Our struggles are bigger than the World Cup’: civic activism, state‐society relations and the socio‐political legacies of the 2010 FIFA World Cup
Football's Coming Home?: Digital reterritorialization, contradictions in the transnational coverage of sport and the sociology of alternative football broadcasts
David, Matthew; Millward, Peter
Fans, homophobia and masculinities in association football: evidence of a more inclusive environment
Cashmore, Ellis; Cleland, Jamie
Notes to contributors