Leisure and Lifespan
How old are you?
Sounds easy, doesnt it? But how are you measuring your age?
In Chronological Age?
That may be an easy one to answer. 19? 20? 24?
By Birth Cohort?
That may be harder. How do you define your age by
Are you Having Fun?
Why or why not?
You have the choice to decide if you want to enjoy something.
You are free to make that choice.
What is freedom then?
Think about your definitions of freedom from the threaded
Are your d
What is geography?
The study of the earth and its life
Space and Place are the basic concepts of
What is the geographical significance of
Leisure as Space
Leisure as Place
This is a Climate Map. What is
Have you ever played the game Taboo? How did
this game get its name?
What are the Rules?
There are words you
cannot say. Those
words are Taboo
The taboo words are
Outside the norms of
Taboo Recreation, then
Leisure & Equity
Questions to Think About?
Is there equity in American society?
(freedom from bias or favoritism)
Is there equity in our leisure?
Is leisure a right or a privilege?
Can leisure enable equity in society?
(create equal opportuniti
Explanations of Leisure
What factors influence your Leisure
Think about this question jot down a few of
things that influence you leisure choices.
Did you say:
Your Friends, or the people around you?
Your environment, or your proximity
The Freedom and Tyranny
In what sense can time be said to exist?
Time is constant and returning
For and Against
degree of prosperity, measured by
income level, quality of housing and food, medical care,
Gross Domestic Product total market value of goods
and services prod
My cultural identity has been developed through my leisure by being able to have
access to a variety of different opportunities. Growing up I grew up in a town where
you would be with from the time you woke up until the street lights came on. It
What is Common Culture or Pop Culture?
It is common because it offers a common
ground for society
Cultural Communication including newspapers,
TV, advertising, comics, music, novels, movies,
Why is understandi
For the generational interview, I decided to interview my grandpa. I chose to interview
him because he grew up with nine brothers and sisters, which all their ages differed from the
youngest being five when my grandpa was twelve. My grandpa was the third
In the article "Sports Training for Babies and Toddlers" it explains that there have been fitness services
created for babies and young children. The Little Gym has programs that would offer classes for babies
starting out at different ages, with the youn
Hip-Hop: Engine or Mirror?
Hip-hop music has been portrayed as a vivid illustration of the experience of
urban youth. During the 19705, when hip-hop music began its climb in popularity,
the inner city was reeling with drugs, po
Growing up, I grew up in an urban area. I grew up in a town with only, roughly 4,000 people, so of course
you knew everyone and everyone knew you. You grew up with the same kids starting from kindergarten
all the way to your senior year. Once you hit midd
The Meanings of
Humanities, Music, Art, Literature, Work Ethic
January 17 20
The Value Having Fun
Intrinsic/Extrinsic, Pleasure, Satisfaction, Serious Leisure, Play
January 23 27
I do believe that this article is very accurate. I think that college binge drinking is a major issue that
occurs daily in our society. I myself had a time during my freshmen year of college, once I turned 19, that
going out and drinking was all I was wor
Cultural Identity Paper
Believe it or not, I think you will really enjoy writing this paper.
We have spent this semester beginning to develop an understanding of our own cultural identity,
particularly how our cultures are shaped by our leisure and how ou
I agree with the idea that simulated leisure does not compare to the real experience. When
considering the paragraph, I compared it to sky diving (something I've been interested in for a long time).
For that particular leisure activity, there are simulate
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Cultural inuences on development are illustrated by the
many ethnic communities that comprise most U.S. cities.
What subcultures and neighborhoods can you identify i
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Bioecological Systems Theory Resource
This figure helps to illustrate of the systems considered as part of Bioecological Systems Theory. This is
designed to provide a resource for you as you study this theory throughout the trimester.
This table includes
I can definitely see why they got the results they did. I would think that people with less money would
stay in more that way theyre able to have enough money for the necessities they need. It really makes
sense that they dont blow all of their money when
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From Single-Earner to DualEarner
Behind the Rise
A Profound Change
The Division of Labor in Marriages
Rethinking Caring Work
Breaking the Work/Family Boundary
Care Work as a Public Responsibr'iig/
Valuing Caring Labor
Toward an E
8 Coming Apart
(using a round number) it had consisted of 20 percent of the
prime-age population instead of 6 percent.
I therefore created an index combining educational attainme
the cognitive demands of occupat