THM 1113 Leisure & the Environment

THM 1113 Leisure & the Environment - Leisure and...

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Leisure and the Leisure and the Environment Environment Foundations of Leisure Foundations of Leisure
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The Geography of Leisure The Geography of Leisure Overview Overview The Geographical Significance of Leisure Leisure as Space Leisure as Place Environmental Impact on leisure Types of Parks
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The Geography of Leisure The Geography of Leisure Basic Concepts Basic Concepts Geography- the study of location on the earth Geography's affect on Leisure Mountain climbing Visiting the shore Horseback riding on open trails
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The Geography of Leisure The Geography of Leisure Basic Concepts Basic Concepts Climate – the average conditions of temperature, barometric pressure and precipitation of an area over a long period of time “Climate is what you expect, weather is what you get” A day to day observation of weather over approximately 30 years
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The Geography of Leisure The Geography of Leisure Basic Concepts Basic Concepts How Climate Affects Leisure Northeastern states have a colder climate and are more conducive to snow sports and indoor events. Southern states have a warmer climate and are more conducive to outdoor activities such as baseball, hiking, biking, fishing, swimming, and camping.
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The Geography of Leisure The Geography of Leisure Basic Concepts Basic Concepts Urbanization- the social process of cities growing and societies losing rural traits Technological advances, increases in population, and changes in popular culture speed up the process. Environment
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