Browse Dept. of Recreation, Sport and Tourism by Subject "Sociology, Individual and Family Studies"

  • Waller Snyder, Jeanne Rene (1993)
    The purpose of this study was to investigate, through an interview process, using case studies, both the burdens and satisfactions of the caregiving relationship between the informal family caregiving network and the ...

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  • Hood, Colleen Deyell (1992)
    The relationship between leisure and the family is one that has been studied by both family scholars and leisure scholars. However, due to definitional and methodological limitations of the research, the understanding of ...

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  • Yang, Min-Ling (1999)
    Research findings indicated family, peer, and leisure contexts were essential for explaining adolescent delinquency. A multidimensional preventive framework incorporating these major contexts of adolescents' daily life was ...

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  • Weber, John Joseph (2004)
    This study is an exploratory examination of the similarities and differences in family leisure participation between single parent and dual parent families. Surveys were distributed in three rural communities using three ...

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  • Bowling, Christopher (2000)
    This project offers a synthesis of the leisure and poverty research. It reveals some of the creative responses that people use to negotiate balance in their struggles with poverty. Although the participants used a number ...

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