Public Administration of Park and Recreational Services

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Index
A
Accidents:
record of, 263
research concerning, 338
Account, 168
Accounting, 164-173:
records of, 165
terminology of, 169-170
Accretion of beach, 136
Acquisition of properties, 27, 129-136
Activities:
educational, 228
file of, 269-270
free play, 230
informal routine, 232
intermural, 236
intramural, 236
nature of, 226-228
programming, 234-235
recurrent, 232-233
scheduled, 231-232
social, 227
value of, 230
Adjudication, 326-327
Administration, 1 ff:
athletic league, 160
definition of, 1
fiscal, 149-177
function of, 2-3
legal liability and , 30-34
nature of, 1-3
planning, 125-176
policies, 6-8
public law and , 13
Administrative authority, 8
Administrative problems, 6-8
Administrative procedures, 322-335
Administrative research, 336-341
Administrative responsibility, 8
Administrative setting of public recreational service agencies, 57-70
Administrator, 7
Agencies:
evaluation of existing, 146
group work, 94
recreational service, 57-69et passim
social welfare, 94
youth-serving, 94
Albany, N.Y., 89
American Association for Group Workers, 220
American Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, 219
American Camping Association, 220
American Institute of Park Executives, 218-219
American Legion, 321
American National Red Cross, 220
American Recreation Society, 218-219
Annual report, 265-267, 312
Appointment (see Personnel)
Appraisal, 324
Appropriations, 169
Area design, 296-297
Arts and crafts, 226
Assessor, 150
Association of College Unions, 220
Athletic associations, 160
Athletic Institute, the, 220
Attendance records (see Records)
Auditing, 164, 167-168:
concurrent, 167-168
defined, 167
external, 167
internal, 167
post, 168
pre-, 168
Auditor, 150
Authority, delegation of, 71-72
Awards, 236-237
B
Balance sheet, 172-173
Beaches, 107, 136
Bequests, 161
Boards, legal liability of, 35

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