Writing animation plans
Step by step detailed description of a program activity
Written with enough details that someone else can read it and run the activity
May need to preplan through visualization from different perspective: participant, sta
Chapter 2: how individuals experience leisure
Facets of the symbolic interaction theory
Social reality as it is experienced, known, and understood is a social production. It is not
just there, but is shaped by how we create and define out social interacti
Chapter 16 staffing
Staffing generally consists of part-time and full-time employees. What are some advantages and
disadvantages for each?
Easy to find/replace
A program is
A designed opportunity for leisure to occur. May be either a single event or a series of events.
Creating or providing an environment that is conducive for individuals to have a leisure
Chapter 14: program promotion
Communication which seeks to inform, educate, persuade, or remind members of a potential
client group of an agencys programs and services.
which functions emphasized depends on agencys mission
Chapter 3: Essential Program Elements
The who of the program
Marco segmentation: identify the program and its outcomes first, then recruit
Micro segmentation: identify the target population first, then develop program and
Chapter 9: Obtaining client input (needs assessment)
An innate, biological sense of deprivation, nature not nurture
An activity or thing that one would like to encounter
A nurtured behavior we use to satisfy a need
Chapter 4: benefits based programing
What is BBP?
A programming style that focuses on the outcomes of recreation program.
Intended outcomes guide both planning and implementations
Outcomes are documented
Benefits are communicated to stakeholders
To review of outdoor recreation related definitions
To gain insight into the historical development of the term
To explore areas
Involvement in outdoor recreation can be traced back nearly a century.
One of the 11 benefits noted in chapter 2: the value of having fun/
What is commitment in leisure
o High investment leisure
o Source of personal identity
o Source of meaning in life
o Leisure as a central life interest
o A stron
Leisure, recreation and the individual
Life span perspectives
Periods of ebbs and flow
Periods of structure building and structure changing
Chang is marked by times of stability and transition
Leisure life span
Leisure that occupies people mo
The process of effective learning
The discovery experience
Assessment and evaluation
What are learning objectives?
The discovery experience
Knowledge ins confirmed
What is the geographical significance of leisure?
How is leisure expressed in space?
How is leisure expressed in place?
What is the future of leisure geography?
Leisure expression based on geography
Chapter 9: taboo leisure
Godbeys model for good leisure
Wholesome and dark
The distinction of deviance lies in societys perspective
Taboo: restrictions of a behavior based on tradition
Chapter 4: leisure throughout the cycle of life
Well-being is a dynamic process that ensures people:
1. Process a sense of individual vitality
2. Are able to undertake activities that are:
o Promote competence and autonomy
Chapter 1: leisure
Leisure is universal
Difficult to define leisure
Different then recreation
Bottom-up ant Top-Down definitions
o Ethnographic- based on the experience
o Expert seeking to define leisure
Conditions for leisure
o Leisure as tim
Chapter 2: what makes leisure fun?
Benefits or explanations of leisure: what makes it fun & enjoyable?
o Freedom of choice
o Ideal leisure exist when it is a state of mind
o Intrinsic reward
o Freedom from(lowest form) vs Fredom to (highest for
Chapter 3: explaining leisure behavior
Theories explaining leisure behavior
Theory- plausible set of principles used to explain some behavior or event
Philosophy- beliefs about morals, character, and behavior.
Theory- what is
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Leisure, Play and
Leisure and Lifestyle Well-Being
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