1 edition of Preliminary social impact assessment of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games found in the catalog.
Preliminary social impact assessment of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games
by Keys Young, in association with KPMG Management Consulting, Anthony King in Sydney
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by: Keys Young [for] Office of Olympic Co-ordination, Premier"s Department.|
|Contributions||Keys Young (Firm), Australia. Premier"s Department. Office of Olympic Co-ordination.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||126|
1. The History and Development of the Paralympic Games 2. The Olympic Movement and the Paralympic Games 3. The Governance of Paralympic Sport 4. Disability and the Body 5. The Broader Social Issues of Disability within Society and their Impact on Sports Participation 6. Media, Marketing and Disability Sport /5(7). Estimating the Economic Impact of the Sydney Olympic Games by arisen in the absence of the Olympic Games having been awarded to Sydney. In the case of operating revenues and expenses, identifying Olympic-related items is a straightforward task in this paper to have arisen primarily from Sydney hosting the Olympics.
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According to the Olympic Charter, increased understandings of cooperation, solidarity, tolerance and environmental sustainability are all social outcomes of hosting an Olympic Games. This chapter explores one of these claims, environmental sustainability, in the context of Sydney ’s ‘green’ by: 2.
) provides an overview of the. staging of the Paralympic Games including chapters on planning, infrastructure, the athletes village, community involvement, the inclusion and.
exclusion of athletes with intellectual disability and media coverage. Titled Sydney Access Guide to the Olympic and Paralympic Games, this spiral-bound booklet was published to assist disabled spectators at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Its contents include transport information, venue information, removable maps, relevant contact details and general tips for planning a day at the events. Paralympic Committee, ). This meant that Beijing Olympic and Paralympic games technically became the first games to be able to incorporate legacy planning.
With respect to this paper, both the Tokyo and the Sydney Olympic and Paralympic games had no incorporated agenda for legacy planning (Appleby, ; Cashman & Darcy, ).Cited by: 1.
Health Surveillance during the Sydney Olympic and Paralympic Games Article in New South Wales Public Health Bulletin 11(8) September with 13 Author: Sarah Thackway. Social Impact Assessment framework and scope 46 Stadium Australia opened in for the Sydney Olympic and Paralympic Games.
At the time Stadium Australia was the largest Olympic Stadium ever built, and the second largest stadium in Australia. Social and Economic Impact Assessment methodology. THE IMPACT OF THE OLYMPIC GAMES Sydney Marketing 5/21/01 PM Page 95 The Impact on Australia’s Image and Economy THE SYDNEY OLYMPIC GAMES HAVE HAD AND WILL CONTINUE TO HAVE A PROFOUND POSITIVE IMPACT.
This background research paper is part of the COHRE Mega-Events, Olympic Games and Housing Rights Project. It was prepared as a preliminary independent study of the impact of the Sydney Olympics on housing rights.
Similar studies were done for the cities of Atlanta, Athens, Barcelona, Beijing, London, and Size: 1MB. The primary aim of this paper is to assess this claim in the case of the hosting of the Sydney Olympic Games. This examination is set in the context of an historical examination of the development of the concept of sporting legacy in the Olympic movement and available published evidence on outcomes in individual Olympic Games host cities.
Faculty of Education - Papers (Archive) Faculty of Social Sciences Two games and one movement. The Paralympics and the Olympic movement P. Kell University of Wollongong, [email protected] M.
Kell University of Western Sydney N. Price University of Wollongong Research Online is the open access institutional repository for the University of. Some of the common and not so common impacts of events will be briefly discussed. Finally, the social impact assessment of the Sydney Olympic Games will be analysed and some critical lessons for the assessment of similar large scale events.
The Sydney Post Games Report was first conceived in this way but a broader assessment showed that it was inadequate to explain the real process behind the Sydney Games.
Something different was required if we were to explain how Sydney actually operated. In SeptemberSydney won the rights to host the Paralympic Games. To secure this right it was expected that the New South Wales Government would underwrite the budget for the games.
The Sydney games were the 11th Summer Paralympic Games, where an estimated 3, athletes took part in the programme. They commenced with the opening ceremony on 18 October Host city: Sydney, Australia.
On 17 Decembera group of Sydney citizens, interested in the prospect of hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games, gathered for a meeting at Sports House, at Wentworth Park in Sydney. In the period leading up toafter Sydney had won the bid, the small group of volunteers grew from approximately 42 to around Events: in 28 sports (40 disciplines).
Benchmark Games explores many questions about the appeal of the Games to the community and disability sport and the place of the disability community in Australian life. This book gives a wonderful insight into the background and running of the Sydney Paralympic Games and the legacy it has left (Karen Tighe, Foreword).
The social and economic impact of hosting the Olympic Games: A guide to online resources Hiromi Kubo While there is little doubt that the Olympic Games is the premier sporting venue for amateur athletes from around the world, they, like other mega-scale sporting events, are also significant to the hosting city and by: 1.
On 6 July the International Olympic Committee chose London as the host city for the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Olympics will begin on 27 Julywith the Paralympics following from 29 Augustso the organisations involved in delivering the Games have a fixed deadline.
Progress has been made in a number of areas since LondonFile Size: KB. Sustainability and sustainable development in future Olympic Games: an overview of Olympic Agenda Carla Isabel Paula Rocha Araujo, Carlos Alberto Figueiredo. In: Lamartine DaCosta [et al.], Future of sports mega-events: innovations for after the FIFA World Cup and the Olympic and Paralympic Games,pp.
Benchmark games: the Sydney Paralympic Games - Richard Cashman, Richard Cashman, Simon Darcy, Australian Centre for Olympic Studies c Book Recommended Read chapter Legacy.
High Use copy held in Central Library. Darcy, S., and Cashman, R. Legacy. In R. Cashman and S. Darcy (eds), Benchmark Games: The Sydney Paralympic Games (pp. –31). Petersham, NSW Australia: Walla Walla Press in conjunction with the Australian Centre for Olympic Studies.
Google ScholarCited by: 7. IMPACT STUDIES OF THE OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC Employment growth is most marked in the pre-Games phase (AthensSydney ), with a mixed longer term legacy in employment gain.
Long- IMPACT STUDIES OF THE OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES. Spatial). ’. the Atlanta • Sydney Athens.Lizzy, the frill-necked Lizard was chosen as the mascot for the Sydney Paralympic Games.
The frill of the Paralympic mascot, coloured in green and gold and in the shape of Australia, represents the country, with the ochre body mirroring the colour of the land. The Paralympics changed attitudes to disability and inspired a new generation to take up sport say School Reporters across the UK.