Dictionary of Concepts in Recreation and Leisure Studies

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DICTIONARY OF CONCEPTS IN RECREATION AND LEISURE STUDIES

Stephen L. J. Smith

Reference Sources for the Social Sciences and Humanities, Number 9 Raymond G. McInnis, Series Editor

Greenwood Press New York · Westport, Connecticut · London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Reference Sources for the Social Sciences and Humanities ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • A 1
  • References 4
  • References 7
  • References 10
  • REFERENCE 13
  • References 17
  • References 18
  • References 19
  • References 20
  • References 25
  • References 29
  • References 35
  • B 39
  • References 42
  • References 46
  • C 49
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  • REFERENCE 81
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  • D 95
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  • E 107
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  • F 127
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  • G 137
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  • H 150
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  • I 163
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  • L 177
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  • S 271
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  • T 301
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  • U 335
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  • V 339
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  • W 349
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  • References 356
  • X 358
  • REFERENCE 358
  • Name Index 359
  • Subject Index 369
  • About the Author 373
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