A Research Agenda for Event Management
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A Research Agenda for Event Management

Edited by John Armbrecht, Erik Lundberg and Tommy D. Andersson

This book explores and expands upon the core topics in the current academic debate within event management research. Emerging areas and innovative methodologies are organised into three themes: Events in Society, Event Consumers, and the Event Organization.
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Chapter 3: The past, present and future of event safety research

Morten Thanning Vendelø

Abstract

Neither event organizers nor scholars involved in event management research can ignore the importance of event safety, which concerns not only the performing artists, athletes and the like, but also those who attend various events, whether they are called guests, audiences, spectators or crowds. Here the focus is on the safety of the people attending events, particularly in the context of leisure industries, such as sports, music and culture, but also in relation to religious mass gatherings. The chapter begins with a brief overview of the historical traces of event safety research and continues with the review of research topics currently dominating the field of event safety research. Finally, the chapter identifies a set of emerging event safety research topics and offers suggestions on how these research topics can be addressed.

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