Mega-Events and Modernity: Olympics and Expos in the Growth of Global Culture

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(ii) Multiple items by the same author in the same year in the main bibliography are indicated by a, b, c etc. after the name and the year, and are also referenced this way in the text and the Notes,
(iii) Relevant Press articles are included in separate list which follows the main bibliography. Items in the Press Articles List are indicated in the text and in the Notes by the letter P following the author’s name and year of publication.
(iv) Multiple items in the Press Articles List by the same author are cited in the text or in the Notes by means of A, B, C, etc. after the author’s name and year of publication.

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