Module 2 - The Evolution of Leisure Recreation and Play

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Slides - The Evolution of Leisure Recreation and Play Sunday, August 30, 2009 1:56 PM Module 2 Page 1
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Not much is none about very early societies recreational habits. Developed societies practice leisure on a schedules. Module 2 Page 2
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Games and sports were a major part of Greek culture. Athletics were used for physical fitness and also a way to please the Gods. Module 2 Page 3
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Knucklebone game 1st Olympics Greeks allowed enemies to pass to attend the games. But a truce was not always observed. Module 2 Page 4
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Training was virtually a full time job. Took diets serious. Especially a lot of meat. Training was extensive. Module 2 Page 5
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Roman empire = very spread out Module 2 Page 6
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Feudal system determined whether or not one could practice leisure
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Unformatted text preview: Module 2 Page 7 Module 2 Page 8 Module 2 Page 9 Young men travelled Europe Module 2 Page 10 An idle mind is the devil's workshop comes from this era. Tavern = Public House = Pub Module 2 Page 11 Less religious nonsense in South = more leisure Module 2 Page 12 Migration from rural to areas to cities caused people to specific time for leisure activities. Module 2 Page 13 Module 2 Page 14 Helped the urban poor. Module 2 Page 15 Module 2 Page 16 Module 2 Page 17 Module 2 Page 18 Module 2 Page 19 Module 2 Page 20 Module 2 Page 21 Module 2 Page 22 Module 2 Page 23 s Module 2 Page 24 Privatization of public recreation and park services occurred. Module 2 Page 25...
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2009 for the course LEI 2317 taught by Professor Lane during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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