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  1. Risk Management for Park, Recreation, and Leisure Services by James A. Peterson, Bruce B. Hronek, 2003-01
  2. Leisure Studies: Prospects for the 21st Century by T. L. Burton, 1999-06-10
  3. Applications in Recreation and Leisure : For Today and the Future, 2nd Edition by Kathlen An-Ibrahim,Hilmi Cordes, 1998
  4. Recreation Programming: Designing Leisure Experiences by J. Robert Rossman, Barbara Elwood Schlatter, 2008-04
  5. Case Studies in Financial Control and Performance Measurement in Leisure and Recreation Management: With Suggested Answers (Ravenswood Leisure, Recreation & Tourism) by D.J. Naylor, C. Christian, 1997-06-30
  6. Recreation and Leisure: Issues in an Era of Change by Thomas L. Goodale, Peter A. Witt, 1985-09
  7. Managing Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Services: An Introduction by Christopher R. Edginton, 2008-02
  8. Trends in Outdoor Recreation, Leisure and Tourism (Cabi) by W C Gartner, D W Lime, 2000-08-21
  9. Sociology of Leisure (Studies in Sociology) by Stanley Parker, 1976-06
  10. Recreation and Leisure: An Introductory Handbook
  11. Recreation and Leisure for Persons with Emotional Problems and Challenging Behaviors by Carol Ann Baglin, M.E.B. Lewis, et all 2003-11
  12. Leadership for Recreation and Leisure Programs and Settings by Christopher R. Edginton, 1999-12
  13. Leisure Studies and Services: An Overview by Geoffrey Godbey, Stanley Parker, et all 1976-02-20
  14. Delivery of Community Leisure Services: An Holistic Approach (Health, human movement, and leisure studies) by James Frederick Murphy, 1977-06

61. Memorial Library - Recreation And Leisure Studies Research Guide
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62. Recreation And Leisure Studies Organizations (Scholarly Societies Project)
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Directory of websites for scholarly societies dealing with all aspects of recreation and leisure studies. Part of the Scholarly Societies Project of the University of Waterloo.
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63. C2T2: Planning For Recreation And Leisure Studies
Leisure Studies. Planning for recreation and leisure studies. application.Published Product Planning for recreation and leisure studies. Users

64. C2T2: Leadership In Recreation And Leisure Studies
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65. RECL: Graduate Programs In Recreation And Leisure Studies
Graduate Programs in recreation and leisure studies. Graduate CoordinatorDr. Maureen Glancy. The master's program is designed to
Graduate Programs in Recreation and Leisure Studies
Graduate Coordinator: Dr. Maureen Glancy
The master's program is designed to meet early and advanced professional development needs through individually advised study opportunities. Specialized graduate studies are offered in management and in therapeutic recreation. Students are admitted to the program in fall and spring semesters. University requirements for admission must be fully met by all applicants. No graduate entry exam is required. Departmental admission information and application materials are available on request.
General Requirements for Admission
Applicants to the graduate program must complete the department background information form, provide three appropriate letters of reference supporting capability to perform in a graduate program for professional advancement and furnish transcripts from all institutions of higher education previously attended. Criteria for admission include an overall grade point average of 2.5 and an upper division grade point average of 3.0. Evidence must be provided of potential ability to develop expert knowledge and advanced skill needed to engage in the professional field of practice and/or continuing study in a doctoral program.
Requirements for Admission to Classified Standing
Applicants having met the general requirements for admission to the program with an earned BS or BA in Recreation and satisfactory completion of a lower-division statistics course are eligible to apply for acceptance with classified standing. Applicants with earned degrees in a closely related field (e.g. tourism) may request admission to classified standing, dependent upon review of the prior course of study.

66. Recreation And Leisure Studies
Recreation Administration. PRT 152 (NCSU Tourism Management. PRT 152 (NCSU)Introduction to Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management. This
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Introduction to the professional field of recreation by presenting the basic principles, fundamentals, and concepts of recreation as related to: recreation history and objectives, sociological and economic aspects of recreation, leadership qualities and facility provision, and settings for organized recreation in modern society. Credit Hours : 3, lower level Submitted Assignments Instructor : Sharon Tebbutt, MS
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67. AR_RecLeisureBS / University Assessment
recreation and leisure studies BS. Expanded Statement of InstitutionalPurpose. Institutional Mission Reference The mission of the
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The mission of the Recreation and Leisure Studies (RLS) Program is to facilitate the professional preparation of students interested in pursuing and/or continuing a career in recreation and leisure services. The RLS curriculum provides recreational management skills that are applicable to therapeutic recreation, outdoor recreation, tourism and commercial recreation, and public and military recreation service settings.
Vision Statement: To be a nationally recognized department known for its innovative programs and progressive leadership in preparing high quality graduates in the areas of athletic training, exercise science, physical education, recreation and sports management. Institutional Goal(s) Supported
The undergraduate recreation and leisure studies program supports the University goals of:
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c. Discovery of new knowledge through research
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69. Mohawk College: Recreation & Leisure Studies Degree Opportunities
(St. Catharines). BRLS Hons. (Bachelor of recreation and leisure studies Honours). (St. Catharines). BRLS. (Bachelor of recreation and leisure studies – Pass).
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As a Mohawk graduate, your diploma is recognized by the following institutions and will be awarded credit towards a degree as described below.
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Athabasca University, Alberta (Athabasca, Edmonton, Calgary) B.P.A. (Bachelor of Professional Arts, Human Services) 60 credits towards a 120-credit (4-yr.) degree Athabasca programs are home study offerings through distance or on-line education Brock University, Ontario (St. Catharines) B.R.L.S. Hons (Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies - Honours) Mohawk graduates with an overall average of 75% or higher receive up to 7.5 credits towards a 20-credit (4-yr.) degree Mohawk graduates who do not meet the above requirement will be considered on an individual basis for admission and miscellaneous credit option to complete a General Honours program or specialization in Outdoor Recreation or Inclusive and Therapeutic Recreation

70. Recreation And Leisure Studies Website
Recreation and Tourism Studies Bachelor of Science Degree in Therapeutic Recreation Recreation and Tourism Management Master of Science Degree with a
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71. Recreation & Leisure Studies
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72. Integra Leisure Consultancy
Independent consultancy on sports, parks, leisure and recreation. Offers overview of services such as feasibility studies, funding and strategy.
Integra Leisure specialises in all aspects of sport and recreation, parks and green spaces, the arts, best value and interim management.
Like the industry itself, we are vibrant, ever moving forward, innovative and above all, responsive and committed to the needs of our customers and clients.
Our strength is our people all of whom are experts in their respective fields having developed lifetimes of experience and expertise.
No matter how large or small your project we have the resources and know how to make it work to your complete satisfaction, adding value and managing risk.
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73. Recreation & Leisure Studies
The full and parttime faculty in the Department of recreation and leisurestudies have diverse backgrounds in leisure service and career fields.

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"A recreator is a promoter, organizer, motivator, manager, teacher, planner, facilitator, and works with people of all ages."
Why Select San Jose State University? San Jose State University is located within Santa Clara County, 60 miles south of San Francisco and 75 miles north of beautiful Carmel by the Sea and the Monterey peninsula. The full and part-time faculty in the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies have diverse backgrounds in leisure service and career fields. The program within the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies is accredited by the National Recreation and Park Association in cooperation with the American Association for Leisure and Recreation. Various scholarships are available for Recreation and Leisure Studies majors. Professional Preparation The baccalaureate degree, with few exceptions, is a requirement for entry-level positions in public, private, and commercial leisure service agencies. Leisure has become an increasingly critical aspect of society as people seek ways to integrate it into all facets of their daily lives. Multiple options are available to individuals desiring careers in a profession in which worthwhile goals exist, such as the enhancement of the quality of community life and the provision of opportunities which facilitate achievement of healthy, aesthetic, satisfying and challenging leisure experiences.

74. INT D 451: Geography Of Recreation And Leisure
1. Background to recreation Geography and leisure studies LINKS TOleisure studies and recreation GEOGRAPHY RESOURCES ON THE WEB.
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GEOGRAPHY OF RECREATION AND LEISURE Winter Term, 2001 - 2002 Instructor:
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  • 75. Quick Reference - Social Sciences - Recreation & Leisure Studies
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    76. Mount Olive College
    Department of recreation leisure studies. 3068 Email DegreesOffered. Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in recreation leisure studies.
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    Tel: (919) 658-2502 ext. 3068
    Degrees Offered
    Leisure Service Management Therapeutic Recreation Sport Management , or Exercise Science The department is also able to customize a program for students interested in a variety of careers (i.e., tourism, employee recreation, church recreation, outdoor recreation, etc.) by combining Recreation/Leisure Studies courses with appropriate courses across the Mount Olive College curriculum and community college credits. The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in Recreation/Leisure Studies are designed to provide a student with a broad knowledge in the field of Recreation and Leisure Services, as well as specific skills in a professional work area. The curriculum includes courses emphasizing philosophy, history, effective use of leisure, program planning and leadership, skill development, organization and administration, management, field experiences, outdoor education, and related course work tailored to meet a student's professional goals in the recreation, parks, and leisure service profession.
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    77. California State University, Fresno - Recreation Administration And Leisure Stud
    Overview. recreation Administration and leisure studies. Links recreationAdministration and leisure studies Therapeutic recreation.


    Recreation Administration and Leisure Studies The Program offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Recreation Administration for individuals committed to the recreation and leisure services profession. As a faculty, we believe self-determined, full engagement in leisure provides a valuable foundation for a high quality of life for all people. Opportunities are provided by government, non-profit, and commercial entities.
    The recreation and leisure field comprises the second largest industry in the United States. Fresno State graduates have successfully secured professional positions as recreation therapists in hospitals, centers for the disabled, and rehabilitation facilities; recreation directors in schools, churches, youth agencies, detention centers, cities, and counties; state and federal recreation agencies, tour companies, convention and visitor bureaus, special event companies, outdoor adventure companies, resorts, membership clubs, hotels, employee services, armed forces recreation services, and others.
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    78. Victoria University Musuem And Heritage Studies, Recreation And Leisure Studies
    You can study for a PhD in either Museum and Heritage studies or Recreationand leisure studies. Contact the Programme Director for more information.
    In 2002, the Leisure and Heritage Studies programme is introducing an undergraduate paper. This paper covers a variety of disciplinary perspectives and is designed to complement study in such areas as Sociology, History, Anthropology, Religious Studies, Art History, Geography, Environmental Studies, Maori Studies, Pacific Studies and Tourism.
    This post-graduate degree programme offers opportunities for personal, academic and professional development to students with an interest in museums, natural and cultural heritage.
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    This post-graduate degree programme provides opportunities for personal, academic and professional development to students with an interest in recreation, leisure, sport and tourism.
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    79. Leisure And Recreation Links
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    80. GMU Parks, Recreation, And Leisure Studies Courses (PRLS)
    s Search the 19971998 Catalog Parks, recreation,and leisure studies Courses (PRLS). Health, Fitness, and recreation Resources.......Catalog Index Course
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    Health, Fitness, and Recreation Resources 210 Leisure in Society (3:3:0). Open to nonmajors. Traces the development of current concepts of leisure and their implications and consequences. Influence of philosophy, religion, science, economics, and sociopolitical order on discretionary time and its uses. 300 People with Nature (3:3:0). Perceptions of and attitudes toward nature. Extensive reading and discussion of nature writers' works, including works of Thoreau, Olsen, Seaton, and others. 310 Program Design and Marketing in Health, Fitness, and Recreation Resources (3:3:0). Fundamental principles and techniques of the planning process for health, fitness, and recreation services programs. Specifying an area of need: goals, objectives, and a mission statement; generating solutions; and selecting a program design. Strategic marketing planning as a mechanism for identifying strengths and building programmatic strategies for the future. 315 Therapeutic Recreation for Selected Populations (3:3:0).

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