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Leisure information and urban recreation planning

Frederick Walter Wagner

Leisure information and urban recreation planning

a consumer-oriented approach and case study of the leisure information retrieval system.

by Frederick Walter Wagner

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Published by University of Washington in Washington .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Washington, 1974.

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Open LibraryOL13779898M

This article describes the Leisure Match Project, which allows the public to solicit information about recreation activities by using a microcomputer. Guidelines for planning and implementation of this urban recreation information service are discussed. (DF).   Recreation legislation has made great strides, some of the most important laws being outlined below. In the famous Massachusetts Playground Law was passed, requiring every city of 10, accepting provisions of the act to maintain one playground and .

  Leisure and Cultural Heritage - the social and historic factors shaping current leisure Themes in Leisure, Recreation and Play - understanding leisure as a social Leisure Planning and Provision - in the Public, voluntary and commercial sectors Leisure Products - exploring the key areas of tourism, the countryside, the arts, and sport. Publisher Basic Books, Trends in Outdoor Recreation, Leisure, and Tourism Cabi Publishing Editors William C. Gartner, David W. Lime Leisure Program Planning and Delivery Leisure Program Planning and Delivery Authors Ruth V. Russell, Lynn Marie Jamieson Edition.

Urban Policy and Research, 21(4), Purpose. The regeneraton of cities has focussed on changing the physical shape of the urban leisure environment in order to increase economic values at the expense of social values. An increased focus on the social outcomes of leisure spaces is needed if quality of life is to be improved for residents. Definitions of Leisure and Recreation A. J. Veal Reproduced from: Australian Journal of Leisure and Recreation, Vol. 2, No. 4, , pp. , Note on the web-based version, This paper has been reproduced here because the Australian Journal of Leisure and Recreation is no longer published and is not widely avail able in libraries.


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Not surprisingly, recreational, leisure and. Recreation in urban America --III. The inner city --IV. Urban planning --V. Recreation standard --pt. Techniques and application: VI.

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Cite this chapter as: Vickerman R.W. () The Leisure Sector in an Urban Area. In: The Economics of Leisure and Recreation. Studies in Planning and Control.

Source — Report on Recreation Standards, ; Detroit Metropolitan Area Regional Planning Commission. In addition to the 10 acres of recreation per 1, of the population of the municipality, there should be, for each 1, people in the region, 10 acres of park land in stream valley parks and parkways, large scenic parks and forest preserves under municipal, county, state, federal or.

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Managing Environments for Leisure and Recreation urges managers to balance the need for a systematic approach, with the need for a systemic development of an environmental management ethic. It is highly illustrated with over 50 line drawings and includes many case studies from around the world.