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不安定な女性アスリート : 女子サッカー界の制度をめぐる一考察

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Title: 不安定な女性アスリート : 女子サッカー界の制度をめぐる一考察
Other Titles: Precarious female athletes : Analysis of institutional system in Japanese women's soccer
Authors: 申, 恩真1 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Shin, Eunjin1
Keywords: リーグ拡張
チームの運営難
不安定性
日本女子サッカー
League expansion
Team management dilemma
Japanese women soccer players
Precariousness
Issue Date: 27-Jun-2019
Publisher: 北海道大学大学院教育学研究院
Journal Title: 北海道大学大学院教育学研究院紀要
Journal Title(alt): Bulletin of Faculty of Education, Hokkaido University
Volume: 134
Start Page: 17
End Page: 42
Abstract: 本稿の目的は,日本の女子サッカーリーグ(以下,リーグ)を歴史化することで,リーグ拡張と現場レベルの困難との関係性を明らかにすることである。本稿では,制度レベルの変容過程において現場の実態を意識しようとする作業がいかに重要であるかを示唆し,そこに表れている日本女子サッカーの特性について解明する。
The purpose of this study is to clarify the relationship between league expansion and difficulties in the field by conceptualizing the history of“Japan women's football league”. This paper highlights the importance of efforts to be conscious of the actual situation of the field during the process of institutional change, and attempts to explain the characteristics of Japanese women 's soccer. In order to do so, this paper objectively organized media sources such as documents about women’s soccer, articles from newspaper and relevant institutions, and league programs. In conclusion, a top-down league expansion that does not take the situation of the field into consideration will lead to operational dilemmas in the team, such as increasing the operating cost burden of the team due to the league itself or advertising of the league, intensifying the competition among teams for private funds from the company, difficulties in acquiring competitive players, adding fatigue to players and deterioration of the playing environment. In other words, this study points out a new up-and-down 'relationship between league secretariat and the field', which is centered on the institutional level, strengthens the vulnerability of women's soccer.
Type: bulletin (article)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/75119
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