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REC362 Lecture 2: Workshop 1
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1 Workshop ORE Website Office of research ethics Office of research ethics: o Https:uwaterloo.caresearchoffice-research-ethics Core training: o Http:pre.ethics.gc.caengeducationtutorial-didacticiel Core principles Respect ...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC362
elena neiterman
REC362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Baby Boom, Population Ageing, Ageism
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Week 2: why study aging as a social process? Population aging vs. Individual aging Concepts for population level analysis Fertility rate Life expectancy Life span Transitions in Canadian population Baby boom o 1946-65 o Hi...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC362
elena neiterman
REC362 Lecture 3: Week 3
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Week 3: How our Views on Aging vary Culturally and Historically? Constructing Meaning of aging The meaning of Aging Aging, Gender, Culture Archetypes ofAge Physical features Gendered Differences between youth and old age O...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC362
elena neiterman
REC362 Lecture 3: Workshop 2
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2 Workshop: Research Process Steps for conducting research 1. Submitting documents 2. Getting approval 3. (optional finding a partner) 4. Recruitment 5. Setting up time 6. LOI and consent 7. Interview 8. Transcription Recr...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC362
elena neiterman
REC362 Lecture 4: Week 4
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Week 4: why does Canadian population age? How do we measure aging population? Percentage aged 65+ Take all people in canada Count what percentage of people in canada is 65+ If over 10 - the population can be defined as old...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC362
elena neiterman
REC362 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Interrupt
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3 Workshop: Interviewing Before the interview Letter of information and consent form o Letter of information stays with participant Sign consent form o One for you and one for participant Ensure that the recording device i...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC362
elena neiterman
REC100 Lecture 3: rec 100 Boredom and Flow

Boredom and Flow Thursday, September 13, 2018 2:27 PM Leisure Boredom: LEISURE TIME LEISURE SATISFACTION Connected to a lack of meaningful and involving leisure pursuits Factors Contributing to Leisure Boredom: 1. Sense of...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC100
Zara Rafferty
REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mixed Economy, Motivation, Profit Motive
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TheMixedEconomy of Leisure Types of Leisure Activities - Social activities - Physical activities sports, fitness - Cultural activities museum - Outdoor pursuits - Leisure travel and touris...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC101
Luke Potwarka
REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Triple Bottom Line, International Development, Strategic Management
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CorporateSocialResponsibility (CSR) - What does it mean to be a socially responsible organization/sport? - Sport and leisure are prime context to deliver social messages Defining CSR - Strategic manage...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC101
Luke Potwarka
REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Goodlife Fitness
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CustomerRelationshipsandLoyalty 1. Service quality focus on exploring service customer relationships 2. Dependent on organizational ability to deliver consistent loyalty 3. Want to build loyalty focus on qua...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC101
Luke Potwarka
REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Great Wolf Resorts, Kings Dominion, Cedar Fair
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CorporateIdentityandBranding Exploring the importance of brand in commercial sector Corporate identity - Cues offered by an organization both internally and externally 1. Through symbol...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC101
Luke Potwarka
REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Baby Boomers, Public Space
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CanadianSocialTrends Canadian Leisure Trends - National picture avg time Canadians spent on leisure in 2010 = 5.5hr/day 1. 1998-2010 daily avg leisure time decreased - Gender 2010: men = 5.8hr/...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC101
Luke Potwarka
REC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sport Chek, Goodlife Fitness, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes
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CommercialSectorProfile Examples - Skiing industry: 1. operating revenue rose 7% to reach $976 million 2. operating profit margin decreased slightly from 4.7% in 2011 to 4.5% in 2012. - ...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC101
Luke Potwarka
REC280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Douglas P., Marketing Mix, Curbed
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Chapter 3 Planning, Developing and Marketing a Destination Tourism facilities, sites an events do not become tourist destination areas (TDAs) overnight. Planning is an essential component of profitable tourism. TDA may...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC280
Maggie Miller
REC280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Canada Border Services Agency, Air Canada, Entrust
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Chp 12- Challenges and the Future Olympic games is a good exp of an event where all the planning in the wrld cannot lessen the strain on the entire community Tourisms low season- prices are lower, top attrac...

Recreation and Leisure Studies
REC280
Maggie Miller

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