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Title: パラリンピックという夢 : 「不可能性の時代」の身体論/東京2020から発信するスポーツの価値について
Other Titles: The Dream in Paralympics : On the Body in “the Era of Impossibility” / The New Value of Sports and Society from Olympic Games 2020
Authors: 中江, 桂子
Nakae, Keiko
Issue Date: Nov-2018
Publisher: 成蹊大学アジア太平洋研究センター
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to sketch the form of sports and body culture in contemporary era keeping distance from modern ideology, and to propose its value. Tokyo Olympic in 1964 was an event symbolizing Japan’s years of hope, which supported the high economic growth. In contrast,we are in “the era of impossibility”. What sort of social transformation can the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games bring about? In order to answer this question, first of all, we examine the Norbert Elias thesis which discussed the concept of balance between excitement and suppression and the social function of sports. And now, at the epidemic of cynicism, it is argued that it is difficult for us to feel excitement and to acquire sense of existence in society. Secondly, I discuss body theory, especially from the perspective of the body-technology relationship, and from the perspective of others theory in body. Today, it is assumed that the body is surviving along with technology as foreign substance, and that the body inevitably coexists with others who can’t predict and can’t understand. I draw out the image of the body that continue to maintain social relations with foreign substance and foreign people in a diversified society. Finally, as you live with foreign substance and foreign people, the body embody a sense of rhythm and gliding, and this new body image forms the basis of comtemporary body culture. I will clarify that this body culture that internalizes rhythm and gliding sensation present the new possibilities of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and Society.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10928/1138
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