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1. Advice for leisure studies: reflections on the pandemic from a retired professor.

The author, a retired leisure studies professor, interweaves stories of her own experience with reflections about the field of leisure studies during early stages of the coronavirus pandemic.

Author(s) : Samdahl, D. M.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Leisure Sciences 2021 Vol.43 No.1/2 pp.247-251 ref.1

2. The effect of informal gatherings on sustainable participation in leisure sport activities: the case of South Korea.

Do informal gatherings with members in group leisure sports increase satisfaction and sustainable participation? The purpose of this study was to investigate the moderating role of informal gatherings with regard to self-determined motivation (SDM), leisure satisfaction (LS), and intention to...

Author(s) : Lee KyungYur; Park SangHyeon

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.14 ref.59

3. A study to determine the characteristics and basic elements of the virtual recreation concept.

In the study, it is aimed to determine the characteristics of virtual recreation, which has become a form of leisure time in the postmodern period, and what are the basic elements that make up this concept. The data required for the research have been obtained by reviewing the literature. The...

Foreign Title :Sanal rekreasyon kavramının özellik ve temel unsurlarını belirlemeye yönelik bir çalışma.

Author(s) : Güncan, Ö.

Publisher : Üzeyir KEMENT, Ordu, Turkey

Journal article : Tourism and Recreation 2021 Vol.3 No.1 pp.66-76 ref.many

4. Dancing at home during quarantine: considerations for session structure, aerobic fitness, and safety.

Dancing has been recommended as a suitable home-based physical activity during the quarantine period associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Dancing can reduce sedentary behavior and thereby maintain physical and emotional health. The aim of this article was to provide support to dance, fitness,...

Author(s) : Rodrigues-Krause, J.; Santos, G. C. dos; Krause, M.; Reischak-Oliveira, A.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance 2021 Vol.92 No.4 pp.22-32 ref.43

5. Psychological coping strategies of Spanish dance companies.

Dancing is the artistic physical activity par excellence. This discipline exerts a psychological strain for those who practice it, but there is scarce evidence on what environmental characteristics are adequate for dancers to evolve in optimum conditions. This study analyses the existing...

Foreign Title :Estrategias de afrontamiento psicológico de las compañías de danza españolas.

Author(s) : García Coll, V.; Espada Mateos, M.; Heras Fernández, R. de las

Publisher : Federacion Espanola de Asociaciones Docentes de Educacion Fisica (FEADEF), San Javier Murcia, Spain

Journal article : RETOS - Neuvas Tendencias en Educacion Fisica, Deporte y Recreacion 2021 No.42 pp.109-117 ref.41

6. Leisure, work and simultaneous study in distance and virtual students.

The studies, analysis, reflections and positions regarding the leisure-work relationship is not new and is current, although sometimes it is not tangible and visible at first glance, even more so when the young population in Colombia takes advantage of distance and virtual education to be able to...

Author(s) : Aguirre-Cardona, L. A.; Rubio-Florido, I.; Puerto-Rodríguez, E. A.

Publisher : Federacion Espanola de Asociaciones Docentes de Educacion Fisica (FEADEF), San Javier Murcia, Spain

Journal article : RETOS - Neuvas Tendencias en Educacion Fisica, Deporte y Recreacion 2021 No.42 pp.375-383 ref.41

7. Sailing away on the SS Academe: a discussion of current graduate student experience in leisure.

Navigating the roles and responsibilities of graduate work is a complex, and often confusing business of workflows, labor (emotional and physical), and moving in several different directions. As graduate students, we find solace and compassion in the words and (mostly) shared experiences of our...

Author(s) : Cousineau, L. S.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : SCHOLE: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education 2021 Vol.36 No.1/2 pp.11-25 ref.58

8. Exploring work-life balance for recreation and leisure professionals enrolled in an undergraduate degree pathway program.

Many recreation and leisure professionals are looking for opportunities to upgrade their skills and knowledge in the context of their work. For some professionals that involves returning to post-secondary education. Yet, most undergraduate degree programs are designed in formats for students who...

Author(s) : McKeown, J. K. L.; Rich, K.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : SCHOLE: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education 2021 Vol.36 No.1/2 pp.91-104 ref.51

9. Profiles of working moms' daily time use: exploring their impact on leisure.

This paper identified latent profiles depending on the patterns of daily time usage amongst working moms in Korea and tested their relations to family- and work-related characteristics. The consequent differences in the levels of leisure attributes were further investigated. Taking a holistic...

Author(s) : Kim Youngseo; Hong Sehee

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021 Vol.18 No.5 ref.84

10. The influence of power on leisure: implications for inclusive leisure services.

Many people experience domination as they encounter oppression and marginalization because of power differentials limiting their leisure. We rely on Foucault for guidance to examine connections between power and opportunities for people to be included in leisure and recognize that, like Foucault,...

Author(s) : Frias, F. J. L.; Dattilo, J.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021 Vol.18 No.5 ref.124

11. Development of a measurement scale for residents' attitudes toward leisure activities in urban parks.

Urban parks are regarded as important areas for city residents to conduct daily leisure activities. Lately, urban park activities have been receiving more attention from both academics and practitioners. The purpose of this study is to establish a scale that measures Shantou residents' attitudes...

Author(s) : Fan YuLan; Luo JianMing

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 2021 Vol.33 ref.many

12. An exploratory analysis of the camping industry as a provider of attractive resources. The case of outdoor hospitality parks (OHPs) in unattractive regions.

The outdoor hospitality sector is growing faster than other type of tourist accommodations. Camping are delivering an intense competition by investing each year on new resources such as accommodations or leisure equipments. As a consequence, a high level of competitiveness and performance is...

Author(s) : Grande, K.

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 2021 Vol.33 ref.many

13. Prevalence of burnout among health sciences students and determination of its associated factors.

Burnout is a major issue among healthcare students and a public health issue in general. Indeed, the consequences of student burnout are as complex as other mental distress factors, such as those concerned with smoking and alcohol consumption, or an unhealthy lifestyle. This study aimed to...

Author(s) : Tlili, M. A.; Aouicha, W.; Sahli, J.; Testouri, A.; Hamoudi, M.; Mtiraoui, A.; Dhiab, M. B.; Chelbi, S.; Ajmi, T.; Rejeb, M. B.; Mallouli, M.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Psychology, Health & Medicine 2021 Vol.26 No.2 pp.212-220 ref.22

14. Motivation-based segmentation of yachting tourists in China.

Yachting tourism plays a role in tourist activities and contributes significantly to the marine economy. It is also becoming a popular recreational option for China's growing middle class. As tourism is a large source of growth for China's economy, it is imperative to understand what motivates...

Author(s) : Yao YunHao; Liu YuXian; Huang Lei

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.26 No.3 pp.245-261 ref.84

15. The impact of video games on destination image.

Destination Marketing Organizations use a plethora of media to communicate with potential visitors, including advertisements and product placement in entertainment media. This experimental study compares the impact of playing Far Cry 5, a video game set in Montana, U.S., with printed materials and...

Author(s) : Dubois, L. E.; Griffin, T.; Gibbs, C.; Guttentag, D.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Current Issues in Tourism 2021 Vol.24 No.4 pp.554-566 ref.many

16. Combined associations of work and leisure time physical activity on incident diabetes risk.

Introduction: This study examines the separate and combined relationships between occupational physical activity (characterized by nonaerobic activities such as heavy lifting and prolonged standing) and leisure time physical activity on future diabetes incidence. Methods: Data from Ontario...

Author(s) : Biswas, A.; Gilbert-Ouimet, M.; Mustard, C. A.; Glazier, R. H.; Smith, P. M.

Publisher : Elsevier, New York, USA

Journal article : American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2021 Vol.60 No.3 pp.e149-e158

17. The influence of depressive symptoms and fear of missing out on severity of problematic smartphone use and internet gaming disorder among Chinese young adults: a three-wave mediation model.

Internet gaming disorder (IGD) and problematic smartphone use (PSU) symptoms are associated with increased depression symptom severity across studies. The current study aimed to examine the fear of missing out (FoMO) as a possible mediator in this relationship. We employed a three-wave longitudinal ...

Author(s) : Yuan GuangZhe; Elhai, J. D.; Hall, B. J.

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Addictive Behaviors 2021 Vol.112 ref.many

18. Equestrian activities in Romania: the vaulting discipline.

Looking from the horse side, there's plenty of debate as to whether equestrian vaulting is a sport, but taking in account the vaulter too, it seems to be an art. Whatever the side of the arena you're pick on, you must agree that it's need a very well balanced and good character horse and a graceful ...

Author(s) : Bochiş, F.

Publisher : Banat's University of Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine, Timisoara, Romania

Journal article : Scientific Papers: Animal Science and Biotechnologies 2021 Vol.54 No.1 pp.176-178 ref.2

19. Research progress in tourism, leisure and hospitality in Europe (1969-2018).

Purpose: This study aims to present a bibliometric overview of articles published in the field of tourism, leisure and hospitality and analyzed by researchers mainly affiliated with European institutions. Design/methodology/approach: The authors conducted a bibliometric study of journals included...

Author(s) : Mulet-Forteza, C.; Lunn, E.; Merigó, J. M.; Horrach, P.

Publisher : Emerald Publishing, Bingley, UK

Journal article : International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 2021 Vol.33 No.1 pp.48-74

20. The emerging civil society. governing through leisure activism in Milan.

The paper discusses the emerging forms of civil society in the NoLo area of Milan that have acquired political relevance by deploying a combination of leisure and activism. The heterogeneous set of initiatives and events that, using the NoLo label, animate the urban space have two distinct traits:...

Author(s) : Citroni, S.; Coppola, A.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Leisure Studies 2021 Vol.40 No.1 pp.121-133 ref.44

21. Special Issue: Leisure, activism, and the animation of the urban environment.

This editorial sets the conceptual frame of reference for the special issue. It examines key themes at the intersection of activist leisure and critical event studies. Drawing on a wide range of social and leisure theory, we establish the critical lens of the Disrupt! project. Funded by Leeds...

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal issue : Leisure Studies 2021 Vol.40 No.1 pp.1-137

22. Polluted leisure and blue spaces: more-than-human concerns in Fukushima.

Following a magnitude 9 earthquake on March 11, 2011, a tsunami swept across the coast of Japan. The earthquake and tsunami disabled the Tokyo Electric Power Company's (TEPCO) Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant causing a nuclear accident. Subsequently, pollution in the form of radiation and...

Author(s) : Evers, C.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Sport & Social Issues 2021 Vol.45 No.2 pp.179-195 ref.many

23. Purveyors of one health: the ecological imperative driving the future of leisure services.

The coronavirus pandemic, for all of its damage to human health and well-being, has brought to light the wisdom underlying the idea of One Health, whose advocates reason that health is a reciprocal relationship between our species and the environment that sustains us. What is good for people should ...

Author(s) : Dustin, D.; Lamke, G.; Murphy, J.; McDonald, C.; Wright, B.; Harper, J.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Leisure Sciences 2021 Vol.43 No.1/2 pp.12-16 ref.17

24. On not knowing: COVID-19 and decolonizing leisure research.

The COVID-19 pandemic has enfolded waves of uncertainty-intense doses of not knowing-into our daily experience. In this commentary, I stutter into the discomfort of not knowing as a mode of relation. Recognizing that the collective uncertainty surrounding the pandemic has marshaled vital desires to ...

Author(s) : Grimwood, B. S. R.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Leisure Sciences 2021 Vol.43 No.1/2 pp.17-23 ref.20

25. Rainbows, teddy bears and 'others': the cultural politics of children's leisure amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

In countries currently under lockdown, schools and leisure facilities have closed their gates to the vast majority of children. Having to stay indoors for most of the day, children's leisurescapes have been radically transformed. In these circumstances, instances have emerged from across the globe...

Author(s) : Mukherjee, U.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Leisure Sciences 2021 Vol.43 No.1/2 pp.24-30 ref.24