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  • Journal

    Brannagan, M. and Grix, J.

    Qatar’s Soft Power Gamble: The FIFA World Cup 2022

    2014 - E-International Relations

    In-text: (Brannagan and Grix 1-3)

    Your Bibliography: Brannagan, Michael, and Jonathan Grix. "Qatar’S Soft Power Gamble: The FIFA World Cup 2022." E-International Relations (2014): 1-3. Web. 17 Dec. 2019.

  • Journal

    Brannagan, P. M. and Rookwood, J.

    Sports mega-events, soft power and soft disempowerment: international supporters’ perspectives on Qatar’s acquisition of the 2022 FIFA World Cup finals

    2016 - International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics

    In-text: (Brannagan and Rookwood 173-188)

    Your Bibliography: Brannagan, Paul Michael, and Joel Rookwood. "Sports Mega-Events, Soft Power And Soft Disempowerment: International Supporters’ Perspectives On Qatar’S Acquisition Of The 2022 FIFA World Cup Finals." International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 8.2 (2016): 173-188. Web.

  • Journal

    Brannagan, P. M. and Giulianotti, R.

    The soft power–soft disempowerment nexus: the case of Qatar

    2018 - International Affairs

    In-text: (Brannagan and Giulianotti 1139-1157)

    Your Bibliography: Brannagan, Paul Michael, and Richard Giulianotti. "The Soft Power–Soft Disempowerment Nexus: The Case Of Qatar." International Affairs 94.5 (2018): 1139-1157. Web.

  • Journal

    Buckley, M.

    Locating Neoliberalism in Dubai: Migrant Workers and Class Struggle in the Autocratic City

    2012 - Antipode

    In-text: (Buckley 256-274)

    Your Bibliography: Buckley, Michelle. "Locating Neoliberalism In Dubai: Migrant Workers And Class Struggle In The Autocratic City." Antipode 45.2 (2012): 256-274. Web.

  • Journal

    Essex, S. and Chalkley, B.

    Olympic Games: catalyst of urban change

    1998 - Leisure Studies

    In-text: (Essex and Chalkley 187-206)

    Your Bibliography: Essex, Stephen, and Brian Chalkley. "Olympic Games: Catalyst Of Urban Change." Leisure Studies 17.3 (1998): 187-206. Web.

  • Website

    Gibson, O. and Pattisson, P.

    Death toll among Qatar’s 2022 World Cup workers revealed

    2014 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Gibson and Pattisson)

    Your Bibliography: Gibson, Owen, and Pete Pattisson. "Death Toll Among Qatar’S 2022 World Cup Workers Revealed." The Guardian. N.p., 2014. Web. 16 Dec. 2019.

  • Journal

    Grix, J. and Houlihan, B.

    Sports Mega-Events as Part of a Nation's Soft Power Strategy: The Cases of Germany (2006) and the UK (2012)

    2013 - The British Journal of Politics and International Relations

    In-text: (Grix and Houlihan 572-596)

    Your Bibliography: Grix, Jonathan, and Barrie Houlihan. "Sports Mega-Events As Part Of A Nation's Soft Power Strategy: The Cases Of Germany (2006) And The UK (2012)." The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 16.4 (2013): 572-596. Web.

  • Journal

    Grix, J. and Lee, D.

    Soft Power, Sports Mega-Events and Emerging States: The Lure of the Politics of Attraction

    2013 - Global Society

    In-text: (Grix and Lee 521-536)

    Your Bibliography: Grix, Jonathan, and Donna Lee. "Soft Power, Sports Mega-Events And Emerging States: The Lure Of The Politics Of Attraction." Global Society 27.4 (2013): 521-536. Web.

  • Journal

    Grix, J. and Brannagan, P. M.

    Of Mechanisms and Myths: Conceptualising States’ “Soft Power” Strategies through Sports Mega-Events

    2016 - Diplomacy & Statecraft

    In-text: (Grix and Brannagan 251-272)

    Your Bibliography: Grix, Jonathan, and Paul Michael Brannagan. "Of Mechanisms And Myths: Conceptualising States’ “Soft Power” Strategies Through Sports Mega-Events." Diplomacy & Statecraft 27.2 (2016): 251-272. Web.

  • Journal

    Grix, J. and Brannagan, P. M.

    Of Mechanisms and Myths: Conceptualising States’ “Soft Power” Strategies through Sports Mega-Events

    2016 - Diplomacy & Statecraft

    In-text: (Grix and Brannagan 251-272)

    Your Bibliography: Grix, Jonathan, and Paul Michael Brannagan. "Of Mechanisms And Myths: Conceptualising States’ “Soft Power” Strategies Through Sports Mega-Events." Diplomacy & Statecraft 27.2 (2016): 251-272. Web.

  • Website

    Ingle, S.

    Amnesty says migrant workers still being exploited in Qatar

    2019 - The Guardian

    In-text: (Ingle)

    Your Bibliography: Ingle, Sean. "Amnesty Says Migrant Workers Still Being Exploited In Qatar." the Guardian. N.p., 2019. Web. 16 Dec. 2019.

  • Journal

    Khan, A. and Harroff-Tavel, H.

    Reforming the Kafala: Challenges and Opportunities in Moving Forward

    2011 - Asian and Pacific Migration Journal

    In-text: (Khan and Harroff-Tavel 293-313)

    Your Bibliography: Khan, Azfar, and Hélène Harroff-Tavel. "Reforming The Kafala: Challenges And Opportunities In Moving Forward." Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 20.3-4 (2011): 293-313. Web.

  • Website

    McIntyre, N., Kelly, A. and Pattisson, P.

    Revealed: hundreds of migrant workers dying of heat stress in Qatar each year

    2020

    In-text: (McIntyre, Kelly and Pattisson)

    Your Bibliography: McIntyre, Niamh, Annie Kelly, and Pete Pattisson. "Revealed: Hundreds Of Migrant Workers Dying Of Heat Stress In Qatar Each Year." the Guardian. N.p., 2020. Web. 17 Dec. 2019.

  • Journal

    Nye, J. S.

    Soft Power and Public Diplomacy

    2008 - The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

    In-text: (Nye 7-20)

    Your Bibliography: Nye, Joseph S. "Soft Power And Public Diplomacy." The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 14.1-2 (2008): 7-20. Web.

  • Journal

    Reiche, D.

    Investing in sporting success as a domestic and foreign policy tool: the case of Qatar

    2014 - International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics

    In-text: (Reiche 489-504)

    Your Bibliography: Reiche, Danyel. "Investing In Sporting Success As A Domestic And Foreign Policy Tool: The Case Of Qatar." International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics 7.4 (2014): 489-504. Web.

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