Chapter 1 - I ntroduction to Manage e m nt Dr. KimQuigle C...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Introduction to Management Dr. Kim Quigley Spring 2011
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Leisure Freely chosen interactions characterized by a high degree of personal engagement that is motivated by the intrinsic satisfaction that is expected to result. (freedom, intrinsic satisfaction and engagement)
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Game Leisure experiences with formal rules that define the interactional content, attempt to equalize the players, and define the role that skill and chance will play in determining the outcome.
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Recreation Leisure that is engaged in for the attainment of personal and social benefits.
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Play Leisure with childlike characteristics of spontaneity, self expression and creation of a nonserious realm of meaning.
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Sport Leisure that involves institutionalized competitive physical activity (physical exertion, rules and competition of physical skills)
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Public recreation and park departments Nonprofit community organizations Commercial recreation
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