THM 1113 Review Guide for Exam #1 to Exam #2

THM 1113 Review Guide for Exam #1 to Exam #2 - Review Guide...

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Review Guide from Exam #1 to Exam #2 9/27 The Relationship between Leisure Behavior and the Natural Environment; and Leisure and Geography 1. How the Natural Environment Influences Leisure Behavior 2. How the Natural Environment Facilitates the Achievement of Leisure 3. The Concept of Stewardship and Professional Responsibility Additional concepts: geography, climate, density, concentration, pattern, crowding, distance decay, space-time compression, types of parks (mini-parks, community/city parks, regional parks, state parks, national parks, linear parks), smellscape, place attachment, place identity, conservation, preservation, sustainable tourism Readings: Russell Text – Chapter Six 9/29, 10/1, 10/4, 10/6 Socio-Cultural Dimensions of Leisure 1. Race and Ethnic Identification (9/29) 2. Gender (10/1) Henderson’s five broad conclusions (1990) about women’s inequality in leisure and the different nature of women’s leisure experiences. a. women experienced inequality in leisure when compared with men
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2011 for the course TOURISM & 1113 taught by Professor Shapiro during the Fall '10 term at Temple.

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THM 1113 Review Guide for Exam #1 to Exam #2 - Review Guide...

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