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Corporate Social Responsibility in Sport
Corporate Social Responsibility in Sport
Mathieu Djaballah
Introduction

Since the beginning of the last decade, sport organizations’ social and environmental behaviors have been under increasing public attention. According to an investigation conducted by the Guardian in 2014, more than 900 migrant workers had already died building the infrastructure to host the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (Gibson & Pattisson, 2014). In Brazil, anti-World Cup public demonstrations gathered over 1 million people, who protested against the spending of billions of reais of public money on stadiums rather than on social welfare (Winter & Teixeira, 2014). In Europe, the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi were described as an ecological disaster by residents as well as by various NGOs (Grove, ...

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