|Journal of Leisure
Journal of Leisure Research is an academic publication providing coverage and analysis of social and political science.
In an article published in 2004 (Volume 36, Number 4) by Richard Stedman, Tom Beckley, Sara Wallace, and Marke Armbard, the following statement was inadvertently ...
Women's Leisure as Resistance to Pronatalist Ideology
Pronatalist ideology embodies the belief that a woman's worth is tied to conceiving and bearing children (Ulrich & Weatherall, 2000). Despite the broadening ...
Enduring Involvement, Situational Involvement, and Flow in Leisure and Non-leisure Activities
This research was conducted to investigate relationships between enduring involvement (EI), situational involvement (SI), and flow. It was hypothesized ...
Willingness to Pay for Non Angler Recreation at the Lower Snake River Reservoirs
This study applied the travel cost method to estimate demand for non angler recreation at the impounded Snake River in eastern Washington. Net value per ...
"If the Dishes Don't Get Done Today, They'll Get Done Tomorrow": A Breast Cancer Experience as a Catalyst for Changes to Women's Leisure
Breast cancer is a life threatening illness experienced by many women. Although research is being conducted in various disciplines, the effect of breast ...
A Spatial Analysis of Linkages between Health Care Expenditures, Physical Inactivity, Obesity and Recreation Supply
Rates of physical inactivity and obesity in the United States have reached epidemic proportions. This study estimates the linkages between health care ...
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