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A Case Study on Running the Permanent Judge System of the Korean Sport & Olympic Committee

대한체육회 상임심판제도 운영실태에 관한 사례연구

  • Received : 2017.12.18
  • Accepted : 2018.03.20
  • Published : 2018.03.28

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to diagnose problems of the permanent judge system by examining the cases of practical running of the permanent judge system, and to provide basic materials for the settlement of fair and transparent judge culture. The findings of the case studies are as follows. First, the difficulties in selection, allocation, and education of judges caused by the operation of the permanent judge system. The problems in allocation are forceful allocation, conflict over allocation with general judges. The problems in evaluation are individual evaluation and limits of fairness, lack of evaluation rules. Second, the unpredictability of whether the permanent judge system survive or not. Third, there are some environmental constraints of the permanent judge system. Lack of protective apparatus is lack of rescue method and solution for intentional protest. Forth, there is a problem of low recognition of the permanent judge system. As the federation has been not active in publicizing the permanent judge system, the system is not well known.

Keywords

KSOC;Permanent judge system;Operational practices;Qualitative case study;Permanent judge;improvement

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