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  • 2019.08.06
  • Module 30 Olympic System & International Sport Relations
  • This course aims to introduce the key concepts of Olympic system and help students to understand how people can assess and measure sports governance. Also, the course provides an opportunity to learn major theories of international sport relations and apply them to understand international situations and issues in the modern sport world.   Date : August 5-9, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 10 : International Sport Management Module 30 :  Olympic System & International Sport Relations Professor : Jean-Loup Chapplet (Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration IDHEAP, University of Lausanne, Switzerland)  
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  • 2019.08.06
  • Module 29 Sport Negotiation
  • This course addresses basic principles for negotiation and various other theoretical aspects of international negotiation which are essential for sports business and policy making. Negotiation simulation will be conducted in a class, where all students should participate in.   Date : July 29-August 2, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 10 : International Sport Management Module 29 : Sport Negotiation Professor : AHN, Dukgeun (Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)    
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  • 2019.07.30
  • [Team Project] 18th FINA World Championships Gwangju 2019
  • As a part of Team Project, Dream Together Master 6th batch students participated in the 18th FINA World Championships Gwangju 2019 and played a role as as a volunteer (Team assistance) from July 15 – July 28, 2019. DTM students were assigned to the swimming teams based on their nationality.   By hosting the 18th FINA World Championships 2019, which is being considered one of the largest ever done, with over 8,000 athletes taking part, Korea became a hosting country of the world’s 5 mega sports events .   The students have been divided into small teams to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the international championships operations and will provide constructive feedback on what improvements can be made after the championships ends.   Since 2014, the Dream Together Master students have participated in sport mega-events such as 17th Asian Games, 28th Summer Universiade, 2017 World Taekwondo Championships, and 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.   Date: July 15 – July 28, 2019 Venue: Gwnagju      
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  • 2019.07.14
  • Module 28 Sport Policy
  • The aim of the module is to develop a critical understanding of the policy process in relation to sport. The module provides an understanding of the concept of policy and the nature of interests and power in the policy process. The module will also examine the significance of international policy actors for domestic/national policy processes. The module will review a range of macro-level and meso-level theories of the policy process in order to equip students with a conceptual language and knowledge of a range of analytical frameworks to enable them to conduct analysis of sport policy in both developing and developed countries.   Date : July 8– July 12, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 10 : International Sport Development Module 28 : Sport Policy Professor : Iain Lindsey, Associate Professor of Sport Policy and Development, Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences, Durham University, UK  
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  • 2019.07.07
  • Module 27 Sport for Health Promotion
  • The central goal of this module is to utilize the theory of planned behavior in their research and practice and understand about origins, historical development, and constructs in the theory of planned behavior. Students specifically learn about the following techniques: (1) Principles of behavioral research design; (2) Objectives, philosophy, and methods of science including causal inference, the role of hypotheses, criteria for establishing adequate hypotheses, research designs, and data collection techniques; and (3) Formulation of a research problem within a program setting.   Date : July 1– July 5, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 9 : Sport Development Module 27 : Sport for Health Promotion Professor : ChungGun LEE (Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)  
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  • 2019.07.02
  • Module 26 Sport Development and Peace
  • The central goal of this module is to develop a critical understanding of sport development. Sport development is considered here to have two main dimensions: ‘sport for development and peace’ (SDP), which uses sport to pursue wider social benefits; and ‘development of sport’, which focuses on building up sport in itself, such as through increasing public participation in sport, developing new sport facilities, and improving sport performances.   Date : June 24 – July 28, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 9 : Sport Development & Peace Module 26 : Sport Development Professor : Richard Giulianotti (School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences, Loughborough University, UK)    
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  • 2019.06.25
  • Module 24 Sport Arbitration
  • The aim of this Module is to provide the student with a basic theoretical and practical knowledge and understanding of the settlement of sports-related disputes, both sporting and commercial ones, particularly those with an international dimension, through the process of arbitration. Class sessions follow a seminar/discussion format, with some case studies and practical exercises undertaken under the supervision of the Module Presenter.   Date : June 10 – 14, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71- Room 212 Theme 8 : Sport Law & Arbitration Module 24 : Sport Arbitration Professor : Ian Blackshaw (International Sports Law Centre of the TMC Asser Institute, Hague, NETHERLANDS)          
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  • 2019.06.16
  • Module 25 Korean Physical Education System
  • The main goal of this module is to provide historical and current status of Korean physical education system. DTM students were able to understand how school physical education, sport for all, and elite sport in Korea have been shaped in relation to unique Korean cultural and social contexts. The module provides students with both theoretical and applied understanding of the various approaches in development through sport. Also, it provides an understanding of diverse sport-based youth development approaches and examine youth development programs implemented in diverse settings.   Date : June 10 – June 14, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 9 : Sport Development Module 25 : Korean Physical Education System Professor : Okseon Lee    
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  • 2019.06.03
  • Module 23 Legal Aspects of Sport Marketing
  • The goal of this course is to know the different organizational forms of legal entities in sports and gain knowledge of the general sports organization and its development. Also, students will learn the difference between the European and the US sports system and its advantages and disadvantages.   Date : May 27 – May 31, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 8 : Sport Law & Arbitration Module 23 : Legal Entities in Sport Professor : Thilo Pachmann (Partner, Pachmann Attorneys at Law Ltd., Switzerland)      
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  • 2019.05.29
  • Module 22 Sport Contract Law
  • The central purpose of this module is introducing primary rules of contract and labor law pertinent to management and governance of private and public sport organizations. Upon successful completion of this module, students are expected to understand basic rules of contract and labor law in terms of management and governance of sport organizations, understand purpose of common contract and labor provisions in sport context, and critically examine contract and labor deals in sport.   Date : May 20 – 24, 2019 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 8 : Sport Law & Arbitration Module 22 : Sport Contract & Labor Law Professor : Sungho CHO (School of Human Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies, Bowling Green State University, USA)      
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