Research on Olympic Spirit and Sports Politicization Limit under the Background of Network Public Opinion

Authors

  • Jialei Cao

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54691/bcpssh.v20i.2198

Keywords:

Internet Public Opinion; Olympic Spirit; Politicization of Sports.

Abstract

With economic globalization, cultural diversity and integration have become a necessity. The Olympic movement is not only a universal sports participation of all countries, but also a multi-cultural integration of the spirit of equality. The purpose of the Olympic movement is to spread the Olympic ideal, incorporate sports as a cultural awareness into the process of human life, educate young people from a new perspective and in a new way, and promote the harmonious development of their body and mind. Olympic culture is rich in connotation, mainly embodied in six aspects: harmonious development, unity and friendship, fair competition, emphasis on participation, hard work and glory for the country. It reflects the pursuit of truth, goodness and beauty, and is a precious wealth of mankind. The Olympic spirit requires mutual understanding, solidarity and fair competition. The purpose of the Olympic Games is to make sports serve the harmonious development of people around the world, so as to promote the establishment of a peaceful society that upholds human dignity. Its ultimate goal is to contribute to building a peaceful and beautiful world. This sports culture is closely linked with regional nationalism, so that regional culture can be displayed on the world's sports platform and the world can enjoy your advanced culture. From the perspective of time, this kind of sports spirit is historical and epochal. Its history determines its stability and invariability, and its time determines its adjustability and changeability. From the perspective of sports history, sports have always been in an unstable balance structure with politics, and the form of sports politicization is also attacking everywhere, flickering bright and dark, and swinging left and right. Therefore, we believe that "sports politicization" is a complex object.

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Published

2022-10-18

How to Cite

Cao, J. (2022). Research on Olympic Spirit and Sports Politicization Limit under the Background of Network Public Opinion. BCP Social Sciences & Humanities, 20, 207–213. https://doi.org/10.54691/bcpssh.v20i.2198