Event power : how global events manage and manipulate / Chris Rojek.
By: Rojek, Chris.Material type: BookCall no.: GT3405 .R65 2013Publication: London : SAGE, c2013Description: xiii, 202 p.ISBN: 9780857025173 (hbk.); 0857025171 (hbk.); 9780857025180 (pbk.); 085702518X (pbk.).Subject(s): Special events -- Management | Special events -- Political aspects | Power (Social sciences) | Social control
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Preface: the goodwill newsletter -- What is event management? -- What are the main types of event? -- Why is 'moral regulation' relevant? -- How is event cognition formulated? -- How are global events organised? -- What do cyclical events do? -- Why are we drawn to events? -- What is event consciousness? -- What do single-issue events do? -- Why are events so emotional? -- What is event appropriation? -- Does event management have a future?
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