User:Jessica Perkins/The Olympic Games as a Political Driver and its Impacts on the Australian Sports System Presentation

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The Olympic Games as a Political Driver and the Impacts on the Australian Sport System [1].

Outline[edit]

This presentation uses audio and slides to discuss how politics within the Olympic Games have the potiential to impact sport at every level. This presentation looks into the development of the Australian sport system and how political events that have occurred in the history of the Olympic Games have determined where sport in Australia is today. When discussing the nature of sport as big business and considering the politics that exist in modern sport, I have chosen to focus on the Olympic Games as we approach the 2012 Games in London.

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http://www.archive.org/details/TheOlympicGamesAsAPoliticalDriverAndTheImpactsOnTheAustralianSport

Review
The Olympic Games as a Political Driver and the Impacts on the Australian Sports System
Author Jess Perkins
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Closing comments Jess, this is a very effective presentation, and very interesting. I like the use of the black slides. The only criticism I have is that I couldn't play your presentation on your wiki page, I had to enter it via the link. Not sure if that was just my computer, but just check. Over all though you should be very proud of your work. :-) EdwinaElizabeth 23:42, 1 November 2011 (UTC)