THM 1113 Social Factors

THM 1113 Social Factors - With Disabilities 13 New Roles...

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Social Factors Which Have Promoted the Growth of the Leisure Movement in the United States 1. Increased Leisure 2. Changing Attitudes Toward Leisure 3. Population Growth 4. Population Mobility 5. Higher Levels of Education 6. Increased Discretionary Spending 7. Advancements in Modern Technology 8. Urbanization and Suburbanization 9. Increased Interest in Sport and Fitness 10. Increased Interest in the Arts a. Leisure and Literature b. Leisure and Art c. Leisure and Music 11. Increased Concern for the Environment 12. Expanded Services for the Aging and Individuals
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Unformatted text preview: With Disabilities 13. New Roles for Females 14. Multiculturalism 15. Commodification of Leisure 16. Growth of Leisure Services as a Profession Social Factors Limiting the Growth of the Leisure Movement in the United States 1. Limitless Materialism 2. Increased Societal Complexity and Change 3. Increasing Demands of Labor 4. The Carryover of Work Values into Leisure 5. Increased Environmental Limitations 6. The Continual Speed Up of Life 7. Increased Sense of What is Necessary 8. Concerns about Safety...
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