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3/30/11 Recreation Programs Recreation Programs are purposeful interventions deliberately designed and constructed to produce certain behavioral outcomes (e.g. having fun with family and friends, meeting new friends, learning new skills, increasing fitness levels) in an individual and/or group. Programs are not an end in themselves! People and the benefits they desire are the true reasons for the existence of leisure service organizations
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3/30/11 Basic Concepts Programming: designing, staging, delivering leisure opportunities Manipulating and creating environments in a manner that maximizes the probability that those who enter them will have leisure experiences. Program Development: Overall management process in which the programmer designs, stages, manages, and delivers
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Unformatted text preview: program services within the context of a specific agency. 3/30/11 Basic Concepts Types of Leisure (p. 14) Games Recreation Play Sport Tourism * Leisure is characterized by perceived freedom, intrinsic satisfaction, opportunities to experience positive affect 3/30/11 Service Continuum Facilitator vs. direct provider Self-directed/non-competitive Clubs and groups Drop-in Competition Leagues and Tournaments Special Events Skill Development 3/30/11 Successful Leisure Professional “Do not produce recreation experiences and benefits, but instead produce opportunities for recreationists to produce these experiences and benefits for themselves” (DeGraaf, Jordan, and DeGraaf, 2010) Serve others Become and entrepreneur Seek continuous learning opportunities Become more flexible...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course RMYL 320 taught by Professor Mcgovern during the Spring '11 term at BYU.

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