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Women"s experiences in leisure management

Women"s experiences in leisure management

an analysis of the views of female members of leisure and amenity management

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Published by Institue Of Leisure and Amenity Management in Reading .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementA.W. Bacon.
ContributionsInstitute of Leisure & Amenity Management.
The Physical Object
Pagination42p. ;
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20533233M

  These women rarely used computer-based technologies for leisure. Findings suggest that women might make more use of computer-based technology for leisure if it was designed to fit into existing routines of leisure activity. We propose ways that these findings could inform the design and content of entertainment technologies for by: Inclusive leisure services got persons with disabilities are based on the principle(s) of All of the above Research suggest that even though television is freely chosen and provides relaxation and escape it is the least enjoyable and invigorating of all pastimes.

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of time devoted to both leisure in general and specific leisure activities or leisure behaviour, it being women who have less available time [2–9]. These aforesaid inequalities go beyond the time devoted to leisure, because certain experiences and implications are derived from leisure [5,10,11]. In this sense, having or not having enough leisureAuthor: Núria Codina, José Vicente Pestana.   Leisure was shown to have a number of beneficial outcomes. Physically active leisure enhanced health and physical and emotional well-being. In addition, although some leisure activities provided women with a sense of familiarity, security, and continuity, other practices allowed women to develop new interests, to focus on themselves, and to Cited by:


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Leisure, Women, and Gender is part of an ongoing examination that explores and elaborates issues of leisure for girls and women. The book is both an update of A Leisure of One's Own: A Feminist Perspective on Women's Leisure () and Both Gains and Gaps: Feminist Perspectives on Women’s Leisure () and a departure from these earlier works, in its process and structure.

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Examining and reflecting on gender relations empowers individuals to work for personal and social changes that will do much to enhance the leisure lives of women and men. We hope this book provides a synthesis of where an understanding of women, gender, and leisure is after.

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Drawing upon feminist perspectives this book re-conceptualises leisure in order to provide a more informed understanding of women's leisure. The authors argue that such an 4/5(1). The book provides an overview of leisure theories with particular focus on their usefulness for understanding and improving women's leisure experiences.

Men's leisure is also considered, in the light of feminist theorizing. As an educational tool this work encourages students to take what is useful from the theories presented and develop and. Leisure, Women, and Gender explores and elaborates on issues of leisure for girls and women. It presents a critical analysis of the research to date and proposes directions for the future study of leisure, women, and gender.

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There are inequalities with respect to the amount of time men and women spend on leisure. Therefore, it can be assumed that these inequalities are also manifested in the experiences derived from leisure activities and in certain attitudes to life associated with the amount of time devoted to leisure, which emphasize time orientations towards the past, present and future.

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