Index
in The greening of golf

Index

Althusser, Louis, 41–3
Audubon International, 6, 124–5, 127, 129, 144, 146, 149, 189
Augusta National syndrome, xvi, 20, 22, 73–9, 82, 85–7, 95, 106, 117, 147, 189–90, 192, 202, 205, 207–8, 210
Beck, Ulrich, 32, 34
Best Management Practices, 99, 111, 114, 122
Blackburn Meadows (organic) Golf Course, 179, 183–6, 191–2, 195
BMPs see Best Management Practices
Boyd, David, 93–4, 134–6, 140
Brundtland Commission, 31, 100
Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, 104, 137
Canadian Cancer Society, 11, 104, 132, 137, 141
Carlson, Jeffrey, 105, 179–88, 190, 192, 199, 215
Carson, Rachel, 3, 64–9, 95, 98, 116, 149
Chernushenko, David, 31, 39, 40
China, 84–5
Civitas, 183–4
collective action frame, 169
Cosmetic Pesticides Ban Act in Ontario, 11, 131–3, 135–9, 141, 143, 148–9, 204, 209
Critical Golf Studies, 19–21
DDT, 8, 22, 34, 37, 59–68, 70–1, 77–8, 88, 91–2, 94–5, 104, 116, 133, 144, 195, 203, 207
Dryzek, John S., 32, 35, 36, 69
Earth Day, 131, 144
ecological modernization, 21, 29–35, 38–42, 44, 91–2, 98, 101, 139–40, 184, 194
EIFG see Environmental Institute for Golf
EM see Ecological Modernization
EPA see Environmental Protection Agency (USA)
environmental managerialism, 17, 42, 139–41, 143, 173, 204, 210
definition, 139
Environmental Institute for Golf, 100, 106, 123–4, 193
Environmental Protection Agency (USA), 68, 71, 91, 96, 116, 117, 122, 128, 144–7, 154, 210
Feldman, Jay, 103, 106, 199
frame analysis, 165
Forbes, Michael, 162–4, 167–72, 174–5
Ford, Martin, 162–4, 175
Foster, John Bellamy, 35, 36, 60, 61, 69
From Heresy to Dogma: An Institutional History of Corporate Environmentalism, xiv, 18, 69
GAGM see Global Anti-Golf Movement
GEO see Golf Environmental Organization
Golf Environment Organization, 14, 125
Glegg, Martin, 164, 170–1
Global Anti-Golf Movement, 154–60, 172, 174, 195, 204
globalization
and social movements, 18–19, 44–5
and golf’s international development, 51, 72
Gramsci, Antonio, 41–2, 169
Green Section (USGA publication), 7, 53, 56, 58–9, 62, 66, 68, 71, 77, 91, 95, 97–8, 111
Hagen, Walter, 80
Hannigan, John, 42, 43, 139–41, 148, 204
Harvey, David, 17, 30
Harvey, Jean, xvii, 18, 19, 21, 44–5, 156, 157
Hoffman, Andrew, xiv, 18, 69–70
Homer-Dixon, Thomas, 33–4
Horne, John, vii–viii, 18, 44, 160, 214
ideological state apparatuses, 41
Integrated Pest Management, 22, 32, 92–9, 101–2, 109, 112–4, 118, 122–3, 126, 131, 138–9, 141–2, 144–6, 155–6, 158, 186, 202–4, 207
impression management
strategies used by the golf industry, 116–23
integrated circus
and golf promotion, 193
IPM see Integrated Pest Management
Japan, 82–4, 86, 160
Jarvie, Grant, 155, 159
Jevons’ Paradox, 34
Jhally, Sut, 72, 75
Latour, Bruno, 43, 52
Lenskyj, Helen, 28, 39, 40
limits to growth perspective, 36–8, 42, 64, 69
Local Hero, 169
Loch Marsh Golf Club, 86–7
Macdonald, Douglas, 133, 138, 140–1, 147–8
MacNeill, Margaret, 75
McGuinty, Dalton, 131, 138, 141
Mol, Arthur, 29, 32, 34, 35, 40
NAGA see National Allied Golf Association
National Allied Golf Association, 101, 124, 129, 144
Nauright, John, 5, 20, 22, 41, 81–3, 85, 105, 159, 169
New Malton (organic) Golf Club, 179–80, 183–4, 191–2, 194
Neo, Harvey, 19, 44, 128, 209
Nicklaus, Jack, 73, 161
No Golf Day, 154
Obama, Barack, 6, 179
Old Tom Morris, 53–4, 85
organic golf
cultural practices for course maintenance, 181–2
definition, 179–81
why it has not caught on, 189–94
Palmer, Arnold, 73
Palmer, Catherine, 83–5
PESP see Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program
Pest Management Regulatory Agency, 134–6, 142–3, 148
Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program, 145–7
PMRA see Pest Management Regulatory Agency
political opportunity theory, 170–2
post-politics, 44, 109–10, 127–8, 132, 148, 194, 204
precautionary approach, xv, 4, 6, 11, 65, 102–3, 106, 136, 173, 181, 194, 203, 206–7, 210, 214
professionalization
messages to demonstrate professionalization, 116–23
Promethean environmental discourse, 18, 69–70, 87–8, 91, 102, 102, 120, 149, 174, 195, 202
resource mobilization theory, 170–2
Rio 2016 Olympics, 212–14
Robbins, Paul, 43, 78–9, 210, 215
Reagan, Ronald
and environmental regulation, 145
Rossi, Frank, 183
Royal Calcutta Golf Club, 51
Royal Montreal Golf Club, 51
Ryder Cup, 84, 125
Safai, Parissa, 18, 44
Sarazen, Gene, 80
Schnaiberg, Allan, 17, 30, 35, 37
social movements
criteria for success, 158–9
spectacle of accumulation, 75
spectacle of legitimation, 75
sport management environmentalist, 39
sports/media complex, 72, 74–5, 87
St Andrews Links, 51, 83
Staggenborg, Suzanne, 156, 158
Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development, 142–3, 148, 207
Stoddart, Brian, 20
Stoddart, Mark, 43
Stolle-McAllister, John, 159, 160
sustainability, 5, 18, 28–33, 35, 38–41, 100, 102, 121, 186
Swyngedouw, Erik, 128, 148, 149
technology
and the modern golf superintendent, 96–9
The Ingenuity Gap, 33, 34
tourism
four golf ‘products’ aimed at attracting tourists, 84–5
treadmill of production, 17, 21, 29, 35, 37–8, 42, 64, 68, 195, 200
Tripping Up Trump activist group, 154, 162–74
Trump, Donald, 6, 24, 154, 162–75, 204, 209
TUT see Tripping Up Trump activist group
United Nations Environmental Program, 40
University of Guelph Turfgrass Institute, 183, 185
Utopian vision for golf, 200–2
Vietnam, 84–5
Vineyard (organic) Golf Club, 6, 178–80, 187, 209
Wheeler, Kit, 5, 20, 22, 41, 82, 83, 105, 159
Williams, Raymond, 44
You’ve Been Trumped, 163, 167, 168–9, 171
Žižek, Slavoj, 44, 127–8

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Sport, globalization and the environment

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