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Author Deale, Nickole Bennett,
Title Sex crimes at sporting mega events : a case study / Nickole Bennett Deale, Robert O'Halloran.
Imprint London : International CHRIE, 2015.

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Author Deale, Nickole Bennett,
Series SAGE Business Cases
SAGE Business Cases.
Subject Sex crimes -- Press coverage -- Case studies.
Hosting of sporting events -- Security measures -- Case studies.
Alt Name O'Halloran, Robert M.,
Description 1 online resource : illustrations.
Note Originally Published InDeale, N. B., & O'Halloran, R. (2015). Sex crimes at mega sporting events: A case study. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Cases, 4(2), 55-66.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Media outlets gain attention and raise public concern when they advertise large figures of expected sex crimes during sporting mega events. However, the numbers publicized by media outlets are often questionable and lacking supporting evidence. The case study reviews examples of media publicity and actual figures of sex crimes during sporting mega events. Information is presented to allow students to analyze the responsibility event organizers, host country Brazil and others have during the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games in addressing media coverage and public concern as well as their responsibility in preventing sex crimes during Sporting Mega Events.
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ISBN 9781529712230 (ebook)
1529712238
OCLC # 1141300602



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