Japanese Society of Physical Education and Sport Policy
“Thinking about sports policy as culture” 32nd Annual Conference of Japan Society of Physical Education and Sport Policy [11/26, 11/27 Tokyo Seitoku University, Tokyo Campus]
-Special Program: Overview of the Tokyo 2020 Games -Theme: What we have seen from the policy process of the Tokyo Olympics
The Basic Law on Sports states that sports are a universal human culture, and various sports policies are being implemented in light of the multifaceted roles that sports play in society and life. However, there has been sufficient discussion so far on what the policy of sports as a culture is, and what kind of policies are necessary to lead a happy and prosperous life through sports, and a life that is both mentally and physically cultural. I didn’t get it. In this competition, we will examine the future state of physical education and sports policy and the challenges by considering the policy for physical education and sports as a culture.
“Thinking about sports policy as a culture” 32nd Annual Conference of the Japan Association for Physical Education and Sport Policy 1. Date: November 26th (Sat) to November 27th (Sun), 2022
2. Venue: Tokyo Seitoku University Tokyo Campus
(Address) 1-7-13 Jujodai, Kita-ku, Tokyo 114-0033
(Access) 5-minute walk from JR Saikyo Line “Jujo Station” South Exit JR Keihin-Tohoku Line “Higashi-Jujo Station” South Exit, 10-minute walk 3. Organizer: Japan Society of Physical Education and Sport Policy 4. Supervisor: Executive Committee of the 32nd Conference of the Japanese Association for Physical Education and Sport Policy 5. Support: Japan Sports Agency, Independent Administrative
Institution Japan Sports Promotion Center
6. Application for participation:
(1) Date: Sunday, November 20, 2022 *On-site registration is possible (2) Application method: Applications for conference participation and general presentation research presentations are accepted at the following URL.
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(3) Participation fee: 5,000 yen for general members, 1,000 yen for student members, 5,000 yen for non-members, 1,000 yen for non-members * Undergraduate students are free if they show their student ID card and are verified.
Tournament Day 1: Saturday, November 26th
10:00 – 11:00 General research presentation I *Zoom distribution, video distribution at a later date
11:00 – 11:40 General research presentation II * Zoom delivery, video delivery at a later date
12:00 – 12:45 Board meeting
13:00 – 13:45 General Assembly
14:00 – 15:00 Keynote speech *Zoom delivery
15:15 – 17:30 Symposium *Zoom distribution
Tournament Day 2: November 27 (Sun)
9:30 – 10:50 General research presentation III * Zoom distribution, video distribution at a later date
11:00 – 12:15 Special project *Zoom delivery
As a general rule, conferences of this society are held face-to-face. Hybrid support (Zoom, video distribution) will be provided for those who wish to participate remotely.
In addition, depending on the spread of the coronavirus infection, it may be changed to be held entirely online.
Theme: Thinking about sports policy from cultural policy
Speaker: Mari Kobayashi (Professor, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo)
* Specialized fields: Cultural policy, cultural resource studies, cultural management
◎Outline of the lecture
What kind of situation does it mean for sports to become culture? Also, can sports “policies” form sports “culture”? The other day, I heard a comment on a TV program that “manga has become a culture.” I would like to take a fresh look at the ambiguous concept of culture, and recapture the scope and evaluation of current sports policy. At that time, the presenter has been researching the field of cultural policy, so I would like to make a comparison with this.
Theme: “Thinking about sports policy as culture”
Coordinator (Proposal): Kenji Saito (University of Tsukuba)
Symposists: Satoshi Shimizu (University of Tsukuba), Katsuhiko Yokoyama (Doshisha University), Mari Kobayashi (University of Tokyo) -Special Event: Summary of the Tokyo 2020 Games-
Theme: What we saw from the policy process of the Tokyo Olympics Speaker: Yuji Nakamura (Professor, Faculty of Regional Design Science, Utsunomiya University)
◎Outline of the lecture
If we focus on the fact that the Tokyo Olympics were a “national policy,” from the decision to host the Games to the end of the Games, there are many stakeholders at the level of foreign and national politics, who sometimes conflict with each other. One of the characteristics is that they acted in step as a “community of interest” in terms of obtaining fruit. In the course of eight years (from September 2013 to August 2021), if we focus on the activities (=policies) of the government, which is a major actor equivalent to the IOC, there will be the Tokyo Olympics and the corona crisis. You can see the behavioral characteristics of the government exposed by facing it. At the same time, it seems that this was a characteristic of the government regardless of the presence or absence of the Tokyo Olympics and the corona crisis.
In the lecture, there were a series of difficult issues such as the governance of sports organizations, the construction of the national stadium, the selection of the venue of the stadium, the cost of the tournament, measures against the new coronavirus, the decision to postpone the tournament for one year, and how to hold it in the corona disaster. I would like to specifically point out the characteristics that emerged from the policy process of the Tokyo Olympics.
The 32nd Annual Conference Executive Committee Secretariat
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