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Psychological experiences in South African society before the 2010 FIFA World Cup from the systems psychodynamic and positive psychology perspectives

Pieter Koortzen, Rudolf M. Oosthuizen
2012 SA Journal of Industrial Psychology  
of South Africans before the 2010 FIFA World Cup.Research design, approach and method: The researchers conducted the study from the systems psychodynamic and positive psychology perspectives.  ...  de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup and some of the positive emotional experiences associated with it.Research purpose: The objective of this study was to analyse and describe the psychological experiences  ...  Politicians from different parties, as well as men and women from sports other than soccer, acted as ambassadors of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajip.v38i2.976 fatcat:xewjxgybnzggbftgfb5bhgq5fe

The South Africa 2010 FIFA World Cup: A Look Back: Perceptions of its Impact on Tourism in South Africa

Tinashe Chuchu
2021 International Review of Management and Marketing  
This research therefore investigates and examines literature on how the 2010 FIFA World Cup is perceived almost a decade later.  ...  A total of 20 studies on both tourism in South Africa and the 2010 FIFA World Cup published between 2004 and 2019 were examined and systematically presented and discussed.  ...  This research therefore becomes the first to conduct a comparative assessment of pre-FIFA 2010 World Cup and post-FIFA 2010 World Cup most importantly from a tourism perspective.  ... 
doi:10.32479/irmm.11593 fatcat:duz7h5x4bzgy3h7aflyubjqm5i

Socio-economic benefits of holding a large-scale international sports event for the development of a region: Evidence from the Sverdlovsk oblast
Социально-экономическая эффективность проведения крупномасштабного международного спортивного мероприятия для развития региона (на примере Свердловской области)

M.A. Kotlyarov, L.A. Rapoport
2017 Regional Economics Theory and Practice  
Furthermore, both "come draped in a politics of mistrust" (2003:5). 3 The total amount the South African government spent on infrastructure projects in preparation for the World Cup was UK£ 2.8 billion  ...  , according to Bloomfield and Hart of The Independent (11 July 2010, available at  ...  ." o Extracts from the Conclusion: "The 2010 World Cup was great!'  ... 
doi:10.24891/re.15.2.222 fatcat:5o7kgsgkavb2pjtilysxsljcrm

International Relations and football: limits and possibilities for China to become a global football power by 2050

Carlos Pulleiro Méndez
2022 Estudos Internacionais Revista de Relações Internacionais da PUC Minas  
His three wishes are to qualify regularly, host and win the FIFA World Cup by 2050.  ...  Considering the statehood of the international sports system and the Chinese political motivation to achieve such ambitious goals, this paper is going to apply an analysis of football from an International  ...  The FIFA Council approved a new rating model in August 2018 (FIFA, 2020). the  ... 
doi:10.5752/p.2317-773x.2021v9n4p7-24 fatcat:babws4iwx5an7i4hsn7cl36orm


Nasser AL-Dosari Khalifa
2020 International journal of law and policy  
Purpose: This research aimed to identify cybersecurity threats expected at the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022 and assess how they can be prevented.  ...  Methodology: This was done by adopting a quantitative research design and survey strategy with 167 respondents from Qatar.  ...  FIFA World Cups and saw how the events were organised in the past.  ... 
doi:10.47604/jpid.1135 fatcat:azdssfzwmfgtvg7kwb7vjut2aa

National identity, social legacy and Qatar 2022: the cultural ramifications of FIFA's first Arab World Cup

Thomas Ross Griffin
2019 Soccer and Society  
This article argues that the decision to award Qatar the World Cup in 2022 will have a lasting impact on the Gulf state.  ...  I suggest that hosting the 2022 World Cup is a central part of Qatar's strategy to announce itself as a legitimate actor on the world stage, one unique amongst other Muslim and Arab nations.  ...  Garcia, Report on the Inquiry into the 2018/2022 FIFA World Cup, 339-42. 52. Payne, 'FIFA releases full "Garcia report"'; and Keh, 'In Long-Secret FIFA Report'. 53.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14660970.2019.1680499 fatcat:sozpw5j4i5ezzglhdiwf5ltt5q


Andre M Louw, Daniel Areias
2021 Obiter  
in terms of the Merchandise Marks Act. 105 The phrases that have been prohibited include "2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa", "Football World Cup", "FIFA World Cup", "2010 FIFA World Cup" and "Soccer  ...  the 2010 World Cup event.  ...  purposes of the FIFA World Cup 2010, by means of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Second Special Measures Act 12 of 2006, 103 in terms of which the duration of protection for the event was extended  ... 
doi:10.17159/obiter.v31i1.12377 fatcat:bc5ixfxztff5xd3wud5qosrpoq

More decision-aid technology in sport? An analysis of football supporters' perceptions on goal-line technology

Mathieu Winand, Craig Fergusson
2016 Soccer and Society  
However, they are dissatisfied with GLT in part because GLT is considered to detract from the atmosphere resulting from contentious goals which supporters appreciate and lessen the debate around crucial  ...  down the game, 6 incidents such as Frank Lampard's disallowed goal for England at the 2010 World Cup pressured FIFA to find a solution. 7 In October 2010, IFAB (International Football Association  ...  At the time of data collection, GLT had officially been introduced in four different competition formats: the 2012 FIFA Club World Cup in Japan, the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil, the 2013/14  ... 
doi:10.1080/14660970.2016.1267629 fatcat:2h55ouaka5eqrd3hf22vq3qdby

Determinants of consumer attitude toward corporate sponsors: A comparison between a profit and nonprofit sport event sponsorship

Yong Jae Ko, Yonghwan Chang, Chanmin Park, Frikkie Herbst
2016 Journal of Consumer Behaviour  
The study utilized multi-group structural equation modeling on data collected by questionnaire survey from a total of 505 spectators of college sport event (n = 303) and FIFA World Cup (n = 202).  ...  Results of structural equation modeling test indicate that prominence of sponsors is an important predictor of consumer attitude in both events, while sincerity of sponsors was found to be important in  ...  The average number of games attended in the 2010 FIFA World Cup was two.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cb.1622 fatcat:aiprynfhcrcxfncc52dk7rr6de

What Drives Our Emotions When We Watch Sporting Events? An ESM Study on the Affective Experience of German Spectators During the 2018 FIFA World Cup

Friedrich M. Götz, Stefan Stieger, Tobias Ebert, Peter J. Rentfrow, David Lewetz, Simine Vazire, Joanne Chung
2020 Collabra: Psychology  
World Cup.  ...  To address these questions, we used the 2018 FIFA World Cup as a natural quasi-experiment to conduct a pre-registered study on spectators' emotional experiences.  ...  An ESM Study on the Affective Experience of German Spectators During the 2018 FIFA World Cup Art. 15, page 6 of 19the 2018 FIFA World Cup ("Which soccer team do/did you support at the 2018 FIFA World Cup  ... 
doi:10.1525/collabra.262 fatcat:bm7wtub54ngphmnxrrj6xklwie

The predictive power of ranking systems in association football

Jan Lasek, Zoltán Szlávik, Sandjai Bhulai
2013 International Journal of Applied Pattern Recognition  
The main benchmark used is the official FIFA ranking for national teams. The ranking points of teams are turned into predictions that are next evaluated based on their accuracy.  ...  The best performing algorithm is a version of the famous Elo rating system that originates from chess player ratings, but several other methods (and method versions) provide better predictive performance  ...  The official FIFA ranking The current FIFA World Ranking methodology was introduced after the World Cup in Germany in 2006.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijapr.2013.052339 fatcat:ognqppunovapra3gibs5jzntju


2007 Contemporary economic policy  
These lessons from Germany 2006 provide a context for analysing the potential risks and benefits for South Africa, the World Cup hosts in 2010.  ...  Abstract: The paper provides a first ex post analysis of the financial burden and economic benefits of the World Cup in Germany 2006.  ...  As a monopolist facing a competitive group of bidders, FIFA is able to extract much of the financial benefit of hosting the tournament from the bidding countries.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1465-7287.2007.00074.x fatcat:jbgs6vbi3fagzgs4omsovs7c44

World Cup 2010: South African Economic Perspectives and Policy Challenges Informed by the Experience of Germany 2006

Stan du Plessis, Wolfgang Maennig
2006 Social Science Research Network  
These lessons from Germany 2006 provide a context for analysing the potential risks and benefits for South Africa, the World Cup hosts in 2010.  ...  Abstract: The paper provides a first ex post analysis of the financial burden and economic benefits of the World Cup in Germany 2006.  ...  As a monopolist facing a competitive group of bidders, FIFA is able to extract much of the financial benefit of hosting the tournament from the bidding countries.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1520590 fatcat:xlz67tyhorelbealj3rosnuvee

Characterization and analyses of dribbling actions in soccer: a novel definition and effectiveness of dribbles in the 2018 FIFA World Cup RussiaTM

Kleber Leal, Allan Pinto, Ricardo Torres, Marije Elferink-Gemser, Sergio Cunha
2021 Human Movement  
This study aims to validate the proposed definition, considering evaluations with experts working with events from the 2018 FIFA World Cup russia TM and applying our definition in the analysis of the effectiveness  ...  We designed a protocol to collect the opinions from experts regarding the classification of events as dribble or non-dribble.  ...  Also, we applied a subjective analysis instead of an objective tool (video motion analysis, for example) unless FIFA could provide us with such kinematic data from FIFA World Cup TM matches.  ... 
doi:10.5114/hm.2021.104182 fatcat:zentmg2jpfcydgen2zq5eounge

Watching the FIFA World Cup 2010 in England: the sojourner perspective

Ian Jones, Lorraine Brown, Steven Richards
2012 Leisure Studies  
FIFA World Cup.  ...  Recent years have seen an emergence of a varied academic literature focused on the football fan, with a wealth of studies exploring issues such as hooliganism, fan behaviour and fan identification.  ...  One such time constrained, high profile event is that of the FIFA World Cup.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02614367.2012.727457 fatcat:ka56ap7c2fhyxkmfffrupjntmu
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