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ICSS Journal Vol 1 No 3

The September 2013 edition of ICSS Journal analyses the complex relationship between sport, society and the state, looking at the expectations that exist between these three actors. 
 
The publication explores sport's role in soft-power projection and the interactions between sports bodies, sponsors and public opinion in an era when sporting events are increasingly being used as platforms for protest. The September edition also examines what can be learnt from past events in relation to tackling football hooliganism and stadium security, in addition to the long-term economic and social outcomes of sporting tournaments. 
 
The ICSS Journal, published by Newsdesk Media in partnership with the International Centre for Sport Security, is a quarterly publication that fuses perceptive and timely insights with sport-security issues that are affecting the sporting generations of today, and of the future.
 
As part of the ICSS’s commitment to share knowledge and to help governments and international federations in delivering safe and secure major sport events, the Journal examines emerging themes in sport, security, economics and integrity, and includes opinion and research from international experts and practitioners.
 
To view this and the launch edition of the ICSS Journal online, click here
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