학생운동선수의 학습권-폭력 인권 침해에 관한 문화기술적 사례 연구

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김류경 김옥주
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Human rights student-athletes ethnographic
The purpose of this study is to analyze the situations of violating the right to learn and violence in student-athletes from an ethnographic view and provide methods to improve their human rights problems. An in-depth interview was conducted with six student-athletes attending C University located in G Metropolitan City and the interview data were transcribed. The results are as follows. First, the right to learn of student-athlete has been actively guaranteed through various projects or regulations. For example, the e-school project is operated for middle and high school student-athletes and participation in U-League and KUSF is limited to college student-athletes who obtained GPA CO or higher in previous two semesters from 2017. In addition, since this year, all colleges should clearly publish the reflection and percentage of school records and the standards of evaluation in the admission requirements in accordance with the introduction of the guarantee system of the right to learn in receiving applications for elementary, middle, and high school student-athletes. Thus, it is necessary to improve and extend diverse institutional and administrative methods in order that student-athletes can reduce the damage of the right to learn and perceive the importance of study as well as athletics. Second, regarding to violence, student-athletes' damage of human rights should be transparently and rapidly investigated to take a step through the sports ethics center. As student-athletes, parents, school staff, or peers feel anxious about the report of damages, an on-line report center to anonymously report should be actively operated to thoroughly investigate human rights problems. Moreover, a state, a government, and the National Assembly should take the lead in making a framework act on sports in order that people are concerned about the sports society. Third, human rights education should train human rights experts rather than show a video to students for better face-to-face education for sports ethics. In particular, in the situation of COVID-19, it is necessary to invite a professional lecturer in human rights and give teachers human rights education and training for quality development and empowerment via Zoom(online training). In addition, face-to-face education for human rights should be provided for teachers when the situation eases. Fourth, when human rights are solved, the student-athlete dropout will decrease and student-athletes can design a broader future. Accordingly, various educational supports are required for student-athletes to explore and select the career which demonstrates their ability. Moreover, colleges should introduce career education for student-athletes. In particular, the sports society should actively give supports such as the support of professional player jobs and opportunities to explore a career. When these improvement methods are solved, human rights problems will be settled and sport human rights will be developed in student-athletes and the sports society. Further researches are necessary to provide basic data to prepare more concrete and institutional solutions for the human rights problems of student-athletes.
Alternative Title
An Ethnographic Case Study on the Violation of the Right to Learn-Violence in Student-Athletes
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Kim, Ryu-Kyeong Kim, Ok-Ju
Dept. of Physical Education
김류경. (2021-05). 학생운동선수의 학습권-폭력 인권 침해에 관한 문화기술적 사례 연구. 한국발육발달학회지, 29(2), 263-278. doi: 10.34284/KJGD.2021.
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