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Kinzang Wangchuk and Natapol Supanatsetakul

have to consider further the differing educational, economic, political, linguistic, and cultural factors. A survey of medical school accreditation systems in different ASEAN countries would be a basic step towards such a liberalization. Acknowledgements This article was generated from the student-centered, self-directed learning process in the course of 499722 Foreign Language for Communication in Medicine, which is an elective course for medical students at the Faculty of Medicine of Naresuan University [ 29 ]. The authors wish to thank The Medical

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Marta Bon, Mojca Doupona Topič and Marko Šibila

employment. It has also brought the attention of researchers ( Carter, 2007 ; Darby, 2007 ; Agergaard, 2008 ; Maguire and Stead, 1998 ), especially in Europe and all over the world ( Poli and Besson, 2011 ). Based on intensive globalization, sports have become a commodity, which is a consequence of international investments. Before, sports were deeply rooted in politics and were the subject of social discussions and nationalism; now it has developed into an entire industry. Athletes are bought and sold, similarly to other products as sales and transfers take place