The future of leisure

implications for leisure services. by Geoffrey Godbey

Publisher: University of Salford, Centre for Leisure Studies in Salford

Written in English
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ContributionsUniversity of Salford. Centre for Leisure Studies.
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ISBN 10090675125X
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The future of leisure A. Veal The author reviews a range of mainly British and US research on future leisure behaviour and in particular: general scenarios, forecasts of the amount of leisure time, activities, and expenditure.

He discusses the limitations of one of the most widely used approaches - cross-sectional by: 7. The Future of Leisure Services Paperback – July 3, by Judy White (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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It traces man's concern with future leisure from classical and utopian writings to science fiction and ‘futurology’. Contemporary issues such as attitudes towards work and leisure, the ‘work ethic’, education for leisure and measures to share scarce jobs and increase leisure time are discussed in an objective and comprehensive by:   The frustration which this generates and the persistent demand for emblems of sophistication could lead to rising demand for leisure-guidance as The Future of Leisure an answer to both problems.

In the field of tourism, for example, perhaps we will soon require tailored travel consultancy services rather than simple travel by: 2. The Tourism and Leisure Industry: Shaping the Future is your contemporary guide to the next steps in the evolution of tourism and leisure.

Filled with tables and figures to help you organize and understand the information it presents, this book is easy to read yet suitable for any expert in the leisure field. Leisure Matters: The State and Future of Leisure Studies provides an up-to-date look at the state of leisure studies and goes further by speculating on the future of leisure studies.

This book explores leisure through disciplinary, cognate, and international perspectives. As well, it examines leisure by antecedents and style, diverse. Chapter Leisure, Needs, and Motivations-Chapter Leisure Constraints and Negotiation:Highlights from the Journey Past, Present, and Future-Chapter Leisure and Intensity of Participation-Chapter From Purple Roots to Dark, Sex and Diverse:The Past, Present, and Future of Deviant Leisure-Chapter Youth and Leisure-Chapter Family Cited by: 6.

The Future of Leisure Foresight Report, commissioned by Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets and produced by The Future Laboratory, explores the key social, technological and cultural shifts set to have an impact on UK leisure in the next decade, and examines the emergence of new opportunities that will inform exciting, practical and future-proofed new directions for leisure.

A radical overhaul of our leisure infrastructure would help prevent unhealthy habits from forming and move towards a health system that emphasizes wellness over illness. £1 billion is a lot of money but compared to the current, and growing, £ billion NHS England budget, it makes sense.

The Kuoni Travel Holding, based in Zurich and celebrating its th birthday inpublished an in-depth study about the Future of Leisure Travel. The commissioned Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute (GDI) of Switzerland analyzed the holiday market of the future with the aim of drawing up a map showing the most important trends and changes to be.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published, London: MacGibbon and Kee, Description. Watch our sector lead Stephen Parker talk about the future of leisure. Publications News The future of leisure. The future of leisure.

A new wave of automation is upon us. In light of these changes, we could end up with a lot more leisure than today – or a lot less. Very likely it will not be evenly distributed. This article first appeared in the August issue of the Leisure eNewsletter.

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Some of the readers of this book are planning careers in parks, recreation, tourism, sport, fitness, and other forms of leisure. We discuss important trends and future projections in diverse areas such as population growth, immigration, crowding, climate change, and technology.

Each of these factors is important in its own right. Ideas Less work and more leisure: Utopian visions and the future of work The future of work has become one huge, nerve-wracking question mark.

Technology was once believed to be our deliverance. This book traces the evolution in thought concerning leisure and its role in society from its birth in ancient Athens through the Industrial Revolution to modern society. The authors provide unique insights into major philosophical questions related to leisure and its use.

An ideal textbook for a philosophy of recreation and leisure course. The historical context of leisure provision and the changing relationship between public and private sector is then examined which provides insights into the future of leisure, based on forecasts and theories of social change.

The book ends with a discussion of how contemporary social theory contributes to an understanding of leisure. Contents The future of leisure 2 The future of leisure: key messages 5 Setting the scene: the UK leisure property market 9 Who will be the leisure occupier of the future.

15 What will leisure property look like in the future. 39 What will be the implication for leisure owners. 43 Our conviction themes 47 The long-term future of leisure 50 The Future of Leisure. Regardless, a deeper discussion about the future of leisure is past due. For starters, most advanced economies are rapidly aging.

Between now andthe share of the American population 65 and older will grow, from 15 percent to 24 percent, implying a substantial increase in the future demand for affordable forms of entertainment and.

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Revisiting Family Leisure Research and Critical Reflections on the Future of Family-Centered Scholarship. Dawn E. Trussell, Ruth Jeanes, and Elizabeth Such. Updating the Family Operating System: A Literature Review of Information Communication Technology and Family Leisure.

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FUTURE OF LEISURE STUDIES interested in leisure but rather in the management of selected forms of lei-sure activity, such as outdoor recreation and sport. In spite of this, leisure studies is beginning to evolve in positive ways. As leisure and recreation are recognized as being important by numerous or.

Summary • The leisure society has been a long (and hard fought) journey • But more people now have more control over more of their time • Modern leisure’s paradoxes are far removed from the routines of the past • But the central thread is control – with technology providing greater access • Key leisure trends driving polarisation: – Health vs.

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Leisure remains prominent in the lifestyle debate and these the papers address the increasing demands on modern society to achieve cultural diversity and harmony in constructed and natural environments. The book contributes to understanding the future of leisure in.

The book: Situates the student in the fieldProvides a comprehensive account of the leading approaches to leisureExplores the influence of class, race, gender, ethnicity, disability, and ageDiscusses to role of the stateExamines leisure in the context of changing work relationshipsLocates leisure in the debate around globalization.

A result is that children’s leisure time has gone up, but not by much. According to Ms. Ramey and Mr. Francis, 70 percent of the reduction in work hours has been offset by increased hours in .(shelved 13 times as leisure-reading) avg rating — 6, ratings — published   The future of books is being dwarfed by the narrative film industry as a moneymaker that minimizes the publishing industry, which is currently in the throes of financial revolution and disorder.

As traditional distribution channels lose traction, the danger to the economic survival of books will become more and more evident.