Families & Recreation student copy

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Soci 200 Spring 2007
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WORK: 1. Done in exchange for money 2. Skill/education is used 3. Offers variety from home environment LEISURE ACTIVITIES 1. No exchange for money 2. Little skill/education 3. Relaxing; fun
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Provide a common bond for family members. Opportunities to “unwind,” “be yourself.” Reduce stress level in a family (or increase it temporarily). Provide small scale experiences of anger management. Provide learning experiences for children (reading, counting, taking turns) Provide parenting opportunities for adults. Expose children to other cultures and families.
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Drawbacks? The majority of children will never excel at a sport. Hours spent practicing deprive them of learning other aspects of life. “Talent drain” from other occupations. Computer, play station games may hinder socialization. Sports injuries can occur from immature
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course SOCI 200m taught by Professor Albright during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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