A core introductory textbook for HND and first year undergraduate courses in leisure studies and leisure management. The book takes an interdisciplinary approach, providing a basic conceptual framework and theoretical underpinning for leisure studies. The text is organised into two inter-linked sections covering the leisure phenomenon and provision for leisure providing a comprehensive introduction to leisure studies. Written by experienced teachers, the text is full of up-to-date case studies which illustrate key concepts and reinforces learning through end-of-chapter review questions. Readership: A core introductory textbook for HND and first year undergraduate courses in leisure studies and management. It will also be useful as an introduction on postgraduate conversion courses.Figure 3.10 Venn diagram classifying examples of formal and informal leisure activities ... Informal Formal Sunbathing Sitting Picnicking Walking Playing informal games Rowing Water skiing Hydroplaning The distinction between active and passive pursuits is self-explanatory but ... As for market and non- market activities, here the distinction is simply whether or not the participants are required to payanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Introduction to Leisure Studies|
|Author||:||Chris Bull, Jayne Hoose, Mike Weed|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2003|