T. Carter
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The invention of printing in China and its spread westward
T. Carter
History
1955
101 Citations
6
Of spectacular phantasmal desire: tourism and the Cuban state's complicity in the commodification of its citizens
T. Carter
Sociology
1 July 2008
Tourism is a multibillion dollar industry worldwide that has transformed apparently marginalised locations into hotspots of consumerism. Governments seeking low investment, high‐yield industries have… Expand
15 Citations
5
Re-placing sport migrants: Moving beyond the institutional structures informing international sport migration
T. Carter
Sociology
1 February 2013
Interest in international sport migration has been burgeoning recently. This article considers the dominant theoretical models used to explore these movements and suggests that it is time to rethink… Expand
44 Citations
5
In Foreign Fields: The Politics and Experiences of Transnational Sport Migration
T. Carter
Political Science
8 July 2011
In Foreign Fields examines the lives, decisions and challenges faced by transnational sport migrants - those professionals working in the sports industry who cross borders as part of their… Expand
24 Citations
5
The USA and Sporting Diplomacy: Comparing and Contrasting the Cases of Table Tennis with China and Baseball with Cuba in the 1970s
T. Carter, John Sugden
Sociology
1 March 2012
When Beijing hosted the Olympic Games in 2008 we were reminded that almost four decades earlier the People’s Republic of China’s road back to international recognition and acceptance had begun with a… Expand
15 Citations
2
Human rights abuses at the Rio 2016 Olympics: activism and the media
A. Talbot, T. Carter
Sociology
2 January 2018
Abstract This article examines activists’ use of human rights as a discourse to contest the impacts of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games by drawing on a wider ethnographic project examining activism at Rio… Expand
18 Citations
2
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On mobility and visibility in women’s soccer: theorizing an alternative approach to sport migration
T. Carter
Sociology
17 April 2014
4 Citations
2
What happens while the official looks the other way? Citizenship, transnational sports migrants and the circumvention of the state
T. Carter
Sociology
18 February 2011
The era of transnational sport migration (TSM) has been one of heady celebration, seemingly free movement across borders, and lucrative business. The predominant (and outmoded) models of sport… Expand
11 Citations
1
The Quality of Home Runs: The Passion, Politics, and Language of Cuban Baseball
T. Carter
Sociology
13 November 2008
Winner of The North American Society for the Sociology of Sport 2009 Book Prize: In parks and cafes, homes and stadium stands, Cubans talk baseball. Thomas F. Carter contends that when they are… Expand
39 Citations
1
Family Networks, State Interventions and the Experience of Cuban Transnational Sport Migration
T. Carter
Sociology
1 December 2007
There is a growing interest in the transnational movements of sports professionals. Absent from these burgeoning discussions is the impact family plays upon any potential migrant's decision to… Expand
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