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28 Commercialisation of Sport 104. A.M. Feder, '"A Radiant Smile from the Lovely Lady": Overdetermined Femininity on "Ladies" Figure Skating', in C. Baughman ( ed.), Women on Ice: Feminist Essays on the Tanya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan Spectacle (New York: Routledge, 1995), pp.22-46. . 105. M.C. Duncan, 'Sports Photographs and Sexual Difference: Images of Women and Men 111 the 1984 and 1988 Olympic Games', Sociology of Sport Journal, 7, 1 (1990) pp.22-43; J. Ryan, Little Girls in Pretty Boxes: The Making and Breaking of Elite Gymnasts and Figzm; S~a~r;rs (New York: Warner Books, 1995); D. Whitson, 'The Embodiment of Gender: Disciplme, Domination, and Empoweiment', inS. Binell and C.L. Cole (eds), Women, Sport, and Culture (Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 1994), pp.353-71. 106. D Rowe, 'The Global Love-Match', p.573. 107. R. Hoffer, 'Putting the Gold on Hold', Sports Illustrated, 2 March 1998, p.28. 108. Schulian, 'Protecting the Investment', p.l17. 109. Ibid, p.26. 110. Ibid, p.26. . 111. Anon, 'Sport and Television: Swifter, Higher, Stronger, Dearer', The Economrst, 20 July 1996, p.17. 6 112. B. Hruska, 'What NBC Has Planned: High Tech and High Drama', TV Guide, 20 July 199 , pp.8-10. 113. Sandomir, 'NBC's Money Shots'. 114. R. Sandomir, 'Olympics Moments, but Hours Later on TV', New York Times, 25 July 1996, p.Al. 115. R. Crain, 'NBC's Sappy Profiles Aid Marketers', Advertising Age, 12 August 1996, p.l5. 116. Anon, 'NBC's Time Warp'. 117. Impoco, 'Live from Atlanta', p.36. 118. Sandomir, 'Olympic Moments'. 119. Ibid. 120. Anon, 'NBC's Time Warp'. 121. G. Levin, 'Peacock Prancing Proudly at Retum on Olympics', Variety, 29 July 1996, p.21. 122. SeeS. Rushin, 'Chapter One: The Titan ofTelevision', Sports Illustrated, 16 Au gus~ 1994, p.35. 123. M. Carlson, 'The Soap Opera Games: Detennined to Make Every Event a TearJerker, NBC Overplays the Personal Stories', Time, 5 August 1996, p.48. 124. Anon, 'NBC's Time Warp'. 125. Carlson, 'The Soap Opera Games'. 126. Ibid. 127. Sandomir, 'NBC's Money Shots'. . 128. L. Shapiro, 'In Rating the TV Coverage, It's a Thin Line Between Love and Hate', Washmgton Post, 6 August 1996, p.E6. 129. Levin, 'Peacock Prancing". . . 130. P. Farhi, 'For NBC, Olympics are the Golden Days: Network Sets Records for Viewership and Profitability at Games', Washington Post, 3 August 1996, p.F1; G. Levin, 'Peacock Web Basks in Olympian Glmy', Variety, 5-11 August 1996, p.25. . . 131. C. Lury and A. Warde, 'Investments in the Imaginmy Consun_1er: ConJectu~es ~egardm~ .Power, Knowledge and Advertising', in M. Nava eta!. ( eds), Buy Thrs Book: Studres m Advertrsmg and Consumption (London and New York: Routledge, 1997), pp.87-102. 132. Gunther, 'Oprah Olympics', p.42. 133. M. Knisley, 'Rock Solid', p.S6. 134. P. Donnelly, 'The Local and the Global: Globalization in the Sociology of Sport', Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 20, 3 (1996), p.246. 135. F. Fukuyama, 'The End ofHistmy?', The National Interest, 16 (198~), p.3. , . 136. D.L. Andrews, 'Dead and Alive?: Sport History in the Late Capitalist Moment , Sportmg Traditions: Journal of the Australian Society for Sports History, 16, 1 (1999), PP· 73-85 · 137. E.M. Forster, Howards End (New York: Vintage Books, 1961 [1910]).
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