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VIEWS OF LEISURE. SIX VIEWS OF LEISURE. Classical/Traditional View of Leisure Leisure as Activity Antiutilitarian View of Leisure Social Instrument View of Leisure Leisure as a Symbol of Social Class Holistic View of Leisure. CLASSICAL/TRADITIONAL .

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six views of leisure
SIX VIEWS OF LEISURE
  • Classical/Traditional View of Leisure
  • Leisure as Activity
  • Antiutilitarian View of Leisure
  • Social Instrument View of Leisure
  • Leisure as a Symbol of Social Class
  • Holistic View of Leisure
classical traditional
CLASSICAL/TRADITIONAL
  • “A highly desired state of mind or state of being that is realized through participation in intrinsically motivated activities.”
  • Discretionary time and leisure are not considered synonymous
leisure as activity
LEISURE AS ACTIVITY
  • Leisure can be defined as non-work activity
  • Recreation is often defined as an activity done during free time
  • This definition equates leisure with recreation
antiutilitarian view
ANTIUTILITARIAN VIEW
  • Leisure is a state of mind
  • Leisure need not serve any useful purpose
  • Leisure needs no justification
social instrument view
SOCIAL INSTRUMENT VIEW
  • Leisure should serve a useful purpose
  • Leisure should promote self-growth and helping others
  • Basis for altruistic undertakings
symbol of social class
SYMBOL OF SOCIAL CLASS
  • One of the most noticeable signs of wealth is the possession of and use of free time
  • Has shifted somewhat in modern society (postmodern society)
  • Gives credit to people of lower socio-economic status having great amounts of leisure time
holistic view
Holistic View
  • Work and leisure are closely related
  • Elements of leisure (enjoyment) can be found in work, education and other obligatory aspects of life
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