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University of Waterloo
Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC 101
Katie Misner

Lecture 2 – Mixed economy Public Subsystem  City Recreation & Parks Depts.  City Recreation Commission  School Sponsored Recreation Private non-profit Subsystem  Youth Serving Agendas (YMCA, Girls Clubs, Boy Scouts)  Church sponsored recreation  Social & Fraternal organizations (Country clubs, Kiwanis) Commercial Subsystem  Amusement parks  Theatres  Tennis, golf, sailing centers  Hotels/Resorts Types of Leisure Activities Social, physical, cultural, outdoor pursuit, travel, multimedia and entertainment Leisure For the purpose of this course, leisure is defined objectively as an activity in which an individual is engaged during free time. Commercial Sector  Profit motive  Customer loyalty  Purveyor of goods and/or services  Example: Goo Life Fitness Walt Disney Corporation To create shareholder value by continuing to be the world’s premier entertainment company from a creative, strategic and financial standpoint. Non-profit sector  Social welfare orientation
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