Rio 2016: Green pools, drug cheats, sexism and nationality - A short reading list
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Term Sport
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  • Ethics
  • Sociology
  • Economics
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  • gender
  • sport
  • Rio 2016 Olympics
  • journalism
  • London 2012 Olympics
  • sexism
  • International Olympics Committee (IOC)
  • nationalities
Type Article
Label Rio 2016: Green pools, drug cheats, sexism and nationality - A short reading list
Title Rio 2016: Green pools, drug cheats, sexism and nationality - A short reading list
Description Why has the diving pool gone green? What does 'your team' mean in 2016? Will hosting the games make people happier? How sexist are the Olympics? A round up of academic insight from the first week of the Rio games.
Creator The Open University
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