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By: Sine Agergaard

In: When Sport Meets Business: Capabilities, Challenges, Critiques

Chapter 3: When Globalization and Migration meet National and Local Talent Development

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When Globalization and Migration meet National and Local Talent Development
When Globalization and Migration meet National and Local Talent Development
Sine Agergaard
Introduction

Despite the ongoing debate on how to define globalisation, most scholars agree that it can be understood as an increasing global connectedness both in geographical and imaginary terms (Palmer, 2013). Sport is a brilliant example of this. Sport is practised and consumed across national and continental borders, and international sport events contribute to the imagination of a global community. This happens although not all nations are represented, and although international sport events are also used to reinforce our sense of belonging to nation-states and local communities. The contribution of sport to imagined and lived forms of global connectedness is ...

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