Post-Olympism? Questioning Sport in the Twenty-First Century

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Index
Abacha, Sani, 185
acceleration, see speeding up
aesthetics, 11, 169–70, 201–30
Ali, Muhammad, 32
Amateur Athletic Union, 39
ambiguity, 13
Anderson, Benedict, 3
Anderson, Ross, 144
Angell, Norman, 178–79
Annan, Kofi, 181
Anthropology Days, 4–5
anti-globalization, 135–6
Anti-Olympic Alliance, 135
anti-sport, 77
Arnold, Matthew, 83
Arrighi, Giovanni, 181
art, 203, 223–5
Asian sports, 122–31
athletic performance, 190–1
Babbitt, Irving, 62
Ball, Rudi, 42
Bannister, Sir Roger, 192
Barney, Robert, 20–1
Barthes, Roland, 209
Beck, Ulrich, 74, 85, 94
Bell, Daniel, 122
Bergson, Henri, 174
Berkhofer, Robert, 25
Bernett, Hajo, 48–9
Bertarelli, Ernesto, 188
Bondi Beach, 155
boomerang throwing, 65
Booth, Douglas, 3
Bottenburg, Maarten van, 120–3, 126
Bourdieu, Pierre, 109
boxing, 205
Brohm, Jean-Marie, 38–49, 218
Brown, Douglas, 18, 30
Brundage, Avery, 21, 39, 48, 56, 201
Bruntland, Gro Harlem, 185
Budd, Zola, 6
Bukh, Niels, 68, 70
Burgin, Victor, 100
Calgary Olympic Oval, 8, 99–117
Calgary Speed Skating Club, 109
Campbell, Darren, 91–2
capitalism, 218–19
Carr, Edward, 26
Certeau, Michel de, 99, 103, 106
Césaire, Aimé, 85
China, see Olympic Games, Beijing
Chinese humanism, 61–2
Clifford, James, 95
Coe, Sebastian, 10
colonialism, 2, 52–3, 65–6
community, 174–5
competition, 75–6
construction, 13, 15–16, 18
cosmopolitanism, 6–7, 81–97, 188
Coubertin, Pierre de, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 15, 16, 18, 24, 28, 29, 30–2, 37, 46–9, 74, 81, 82, 90, 93, 148–9, 177, 179, 184, 203–4, 209, 211, 231–2, 235–40
Council of Asian Olympic Committees, 56
Cram, Steve, 10
Cuvier, Georges, 84
cyber-olympism, 166

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