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Lecture 2

REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Peak Oil


Department
Recreation and Leisure Studies
Course Code
REC101
Professor
Troy Glover
Lecture
2

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Canadian
Social
Trends
REC 101
September
18,
2009
Leisure
Time
in
Canada:
The
average time Canadians
spent
on
leisure
in
2005
was
5.5*
hours
per day
Between
1
998
and
2005,
daily
average leisure
time
^
(wry.
S.?houts/cUy)
(s4houa/d*«)
In
2005,
men
spent
fhofl-i
time than women
on
leisure
pursuits
Older
and
younger
adults
tended
to
spend
molLE.
time
on
leisure
activities
in
2005
ed
/
cU-'»l«A
l-tan^a
c^arS,
sp-toT
\J^
l/\es.
.
on,
How
do
Canadians
spend
their
Time?
Total
work
=
7.J9
_
hours/day
Unpaid work
= 3. V
hours/day
Personal
care
=
IQ
.
(a
hours/day
Free
time
=
^
%
hours/day
Aging
Population
(dr\wr\
by
Ipwbi-)
^>
^
oppor-t-arvA-Us
-for
yovwrvci
p«.oipc.
job
\A/\
*
'^
current
trends
conlinue,
the
proportion
of the
population
aged
65 and
pop(A,U
rtar^flis^on
o'.H
over will eventually
surpass
the
number
of
Canadians
underage
15,
as
^
Ofi
>,ol>
loe
<A
tot«\<A-tc*l\vc
tne
f'rst
nnembers
of the
baby
boom reach
the age of 65 in
2010-201
1
people
u/U\
*sc,vu"ias
Immigration
-f
iKo-t-
ewouuoVv
Oesln.
4o
Since
1993,
the
Canadian
population
has
grown more from immigration
than from natural increase
<-4
^
-f-
Family
Composition
'Traditional'
(two
parent
and
children) households
is
^
:
families
with
no
children
at
home
is
^
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