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Recreation, Leisure, and Society. Chapter 7 HPR 200 Spring 2011. Quiz (adolescent recreation – ch. 5). Name 2 risk factors of at-risk youth. Why do we study different age groups in recreation? Name one positive attribute of adolescents.

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recreation leisure and society

Recreation, Leisure, and Society

Chapter 7

HPR 200

Spring 2011

quiz adolescent recreation ch 5
Quiz (adolescent recreation – ch. 5)
  • Name 2 risk factors of at-risk youth.
  • Why do we study different age groups in recreation?
  • Name one positive attribute of adolescents.
  • What did we say in relation to those positive attributes?
society
Society
  • Group lives longer than individuals
  • New members acquired
  • United to system of action
  • Self-sufficient
  • Different societies=Dif Needs
subsystems of social systems
Subsystems of Social Systems
  • Family
  • Religion
  • Government
  • Economy
  • Technology
cultural system
Cultural System
  • Norms and Values Define acceptable behavior
  • Rewards for Adherence
  • Consequences for Nonadherence
  • Customs (Cultural Norms)
  • Mores (Fixed, Morally Binding Customs)
  • Laws
family the basic social unit
Family =- The Basic Social Unit
  • Introduction to leisure activities & pursuits
  • Family member roles
    • Father
    • Mother
    • Children
religion
Religion
  • Religious prohibitions
  • Opportunities for recreation
    • VBS
    • Softball
    • Youth group
    • Camps
    • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • Area of concentration within Recreation
government
Government
  • Local
  • State
  • Federal
local government
Local Government
  • City parks
  • Jane Addams
  • Less important??
  • Fund raising
state government
State Government
  • Support recreation
    • Legislation
    • Resources
    • Programs
    • Conservation
    • Standards
    • Promotion
federal government
Federal Government
  • Establish & maintain national parks, forests, beaches, & other sites
  • Grants
  • Research
  • Environmental quality
economics
Economics
  • Primary economy
  • Secondary economy
  • Tertiary economy
  • Quarternary economy
  • $500 billion in expenditures
economic benefits
Economic Benefits
  • Increased health=increased productivity
  • Entities that provide leisure services
    • Health clubs, resorts, travel industry, movies, magazines
  • Critical thinking
    • Who receives these benefits?
    • Are there negative economic impacts of leisure?
technology
Technology
  • Material
    • Scientific knowledge
    • Industrialization
  • Social
    • Education
    • Mass media
    • Amusements
material technology
Material Technology
  • Scientific Revolution
    • Increasing life span
    • Increasing quality of life
  • Industrialization
    • Boats
    • Automobiles
    • Electrical power
social technology
Social Technology
  • Education
    • music, arts, drama, physical education, outdoor education
  • Media
    • Newspapers, magazines, radio, TV, internet
environment
Environment
  • Use (abuse) of natural resources
  • Natural resource management
  • Environmental laws