2 edition of A review of literature on psycho-social satisfactions of outdoor recreation found in the catalog.
A review of literature on psycho-social satisfactions of outdoor recreation
by Bureau of Land Management, California Desert District Office in Riverside, Calif
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management, Utah State University. Dept. of Forestry and Outdoor Recreation|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. : 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||52|
This qualitative review is intended to highlight and synthesize some of the expertise and experiences of the people and organizations working with YPLHIV. Literature review Since the early s, a number of studies have been published on the psychosocial implications of HIV in children and adolescents. Outdoor recreation, health, and wellness: Understanding and enhancing the relationship. Montarzino A, et al. Greenspace and quality of life: a critical literature review. Greenspace Scotland. Available at: http Research on Spatial Planning Nature and the Environment. Nature and health: The influence of nature on social.
There was an overall moderate risk of bias in reporting (52%). There is a dominance of stress management-based interventions in literature due to the prominence of the model of stress and athletic injury within the area. Summary/conclusions Psychological interventions demonstrate small () to large () effects on sports injury rates. the outdoor recreation context because of the travel commitments sometimes necessary to reach undeveloped natural areas. The conceptualization of leisure constraints and empirical studies from outdoor recreation literature led to the ﬁrst study hypothesis: H1: Constraints have a direct negative effect on outdoor recreation participation.
An Introduction to Golf an Outdoor Game in Which Players Propel a Small, Hard Ball over a Field of Play ( words, 3 pages) Golf, outdoor game in which individual players use specially designed clubs to propel a small, hard ball over a field of play known as a course or links. A study by University of Maryland sociologist Sandra Hofferth, PhD, shows that between and , the amount of time children ages 9 to 12 spent participating in outdoor activities such as hiking, horseback riding, fishing, camping and gardening declined by 50 percent.
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The combination of physical activity and being in nature is recognized as providing a range of significant benefits. The objective of this literature review was to compile an overview of the social benefits and costs associated with outdoor sports within the academic literature and to reflect on the quality of underlying evidence that supports the by: The objective of this literature review was to compile an overview of the social benefits and costs associated with outdoor sports within the academic literature and to reflect on the quality of.
Theory and literature review. Successful outdoor and adventure programs can be characterized by several features (cf. Deane and Harré,Ewert and McAvoy,Hattie et al.,Sibthorpe et al., ): (1) They take place in an unfamiliar natural physical environment, (2) consist of challenging activities with authentic and clear Cited by: and examines users' perceptions of encountering other visitors in outdoor recreation settings.
The second by Tarrant and others reviews visitor preferences for, and satisfactions with, outdoor recreation experiences. Outdoor recreation experiences are investigated by means of an in-depth review Cited by: 8. Literature Review The literature on outdoor recreation area indicates th at motivations based on the concept of push and pull factors generally have been accepted (Chiesura, ; Daunm ants, 2.
Literature Review The literature on outdoor recreation area indicates that motivations based on the concept of push and pull factors generally have been accepted (Chiesura, ; Daunmants, ; Jorgensen, ; Oku and Fukamachi, ).
Research Review: Psychosocial adjustment and mental health in former child soldiers – a systematic review of the literature and recommendations for future research Theresa S. Betancourt, 1 Ivelina Borisova, 2 Timothy P. Williams, 3 Sarah E. Meyers-Ohki, 4 Julia E.
Rubin-Smith, 5 Jeannie Annan, 6 and Brandon A. Kohrt 7. The understanding of humans and their relationships with natural systems plays a vital role in wildlife management (Decker et al.,; More ; Bath ).Wildlife recreation connects people with their natural surroundings and influences public values, interest, action, and investment involving wildlife and conservation issues (Cooper et al.
The purpose of this paper is to measure the perception and satisfactions of consumers of the tourism product of Kashmir region and identify potential niche markets that could be used in the development of the destination’s positioning strategy.,The author used a case study methodology.
Self-completion questionnaires were distributed to tourists visiting Kashmir region at the peak of the Adventure tourism has become more popular as an outdoor recreation activity in the tourism industry (Travel Industry Association of America, cited ).
The term adventure can actually mean differently to different tourists because things that fill up the fear of one. This literature review is the first part of an effort to learn more about the attitudes, concerns, and motivations of Wisconsin outdoor recreationists. In I reviewed the literature on outdoor recreation theories in preparation for a survey of the characteristics, attitudes, and preferences of.
meditation, education, and relationships. Outdoor recreation touches on all those aspects of health and can enhance not only physical health but also emotional well-being. Just being outdoors, for example, has been shown to confer health benefits. The research literature on outdoor recreation as it relates to human health is vast and growing.
A Pedagogy of Place offers an alternative vision for outdoor education practice. This timely book calls into question some of the underlying assumptions and ‘truths’ about outdoor education, putting forward alternatives to current practice that are responsive to local conditions and cultural traditions.
In this renewal of outdoor education philosophy and practice, the emphasis is upon. Outdoor education is organized learning that takes place in the outdoors. Outdoor education programs sometimes involve residential or journey wilderness-based experiences in which students participate in a variety of adventurous challenges and outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing, canoeing, ropes courses and group r education draws upon the philosophy, theory, and practices.
Literature Review. A Review of the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum and its Potential Application to Transportation in Parks and Public Lands. This document was prepared for Federal Lands Highway by the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit in Parks Technical Assistance Center. March Types of article The Journal of Outdoor Receration and Tourism (JORT) publishes original, empirical or conceptual/theoretical research on important international and regional issues in outdoor recreation and nature based tourism, with an emphasis on managerially and management relevant work.
Most manuscript submissions take the form of full. In a review of studies investigating psychological deprivation in childhood—that is, social settings that can have negative consequences for child development—Langmeier and Matejcek () looked at studies of the effects of the war.
These studies contained. outdoor education. Research has document increased standardized test scores, enhanced attitude about school, improved in -school behavior, improved attendance and overall enhanced student achievement when students learn in and about nature.
In addition, outdoor education effectively employs a greater range of children’s intelligences. Increasing physical activity and reducing sedentary behavior is an economic and health priority.
This Green Exercise (GEx) study reports on a day physical activity intervention to increase physical activity that primarily used outdoor recreation activities.
Adherence, compliance, blood pressure (BP), total cholesterol, anthropometry. Rail trails literature: Current status and future research. Scherrer et al. Published online: 16 Apr Drinking Behavior and its Relationship to Outdoor Recreation Participation.
Robert Young & Sidney Kronus. book review. Leisure and Recreation Places. By Neil H. Cheek, Jr., Donald R. Field, and Rabel J. Burdge. recreation is related to the specific activities pursued in that leisure time. But the distinction is a convention, and its rigid application can occasionally stifle a full exploration of the values and satisfactions of the leisure experience.
Allan J. Patmore () Recreation. The aims of this study were twofold: to examine the empirical evidence supporting the positive contribution that a forest environment can make on human psychological health and well-being and to describe the theoretical framework within which the forest environment has this effect.
Our review of the literature provides empirical evidence that a forest experience can contribute to improved.Satisfactions at Urban Recreational Area 77 Mohamed, N., and Othman, N.
2. Literature Review In the study of urban recreational area, there have been a number of research recreation area. The literature on outdoor recreation area indicates that motivations based.