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Class Notes for Leisure Studies at University of Ottawa (UOTTAWA)


UOTTAWALSR 2110Paul HeintzmanWinter

LSR 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Socialist Feminism, Industrial Revolution, Androcentrism

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UOTTAWALSR 2121Paul HeintzmanWinter

LSR 2121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: National Capital Commission, William Lyon Mackenzie King, Parks Canada

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Field trip: monday october 20th, 230-530 gatineau park. Midterm remains on wednesday october 22 at 230. All content prior exam (field trip will be cove
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UOTTAWALSR 2110Paul HeintzmanWinter

LSR 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Psychophysiology, Social Alienation

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What values do you associate with leisure? freedom of choice health social connection enjoyment outcome of the leisure should not negatively impact som
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UOTTAWALSR 1105George KarlisWinter

LSR1105 Lecture 1: Doc Mar 07, 2018, 23:54

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UOTTAWALSR 2121Paul HeintzmanWinter

LSR 2121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ozone Depletion, Ecosystem Approach, Carbon Cycle

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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Leisure Studies, Trait Theory, Multiple Choice

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A set of interrelated testable propositions speci cally a theory is a plausible body of principles used to explain some behaviour or event. Goals of a
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Trait Theory, Barbecue

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His focus is on examining social behaviour patterns and the impact that leisure has on bringing people together. Theory a set of interrelated, testable
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UOTTAWALSR 2110Paul HeintzmanWinter

LSR 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sundial, Balance Spring, Watch

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Leisure as free time def: as the portion of time which remains when time for work and the basic requirements for existence have been satisfied (after y
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Physical Fitness, Community College, Deeper Understanding

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Ex) brunch is universal, walking to brunch, observing people in their leisure. Recreation: activities, sports, organized games, competition, activity d
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UOTTAWALSR 2121Paul HeintzmanWinter

LSR 2121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Cod Fisheries, National Marine Conservation Area

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Oceans have supported the lifestyles of canadian culture: first nations, fishers, used to have a wonderful bounty to sustain these societies, there use
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UOTTAWALSR 2121Paul HeintzmanWinter

LSR 2121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Nature Reserve, Green Country

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Impact: disturbance to a natural area as a result of recreational use there can be social impacts, economic impacts, ecological impacts impacts are nev
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UOTTAWALSR 1100George KarlisFall

LSR 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Garve, John Flaxman, Motivation

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1: free choice, suspension of reality, positive effect, process over product, play is active, play is bound by rules. Isaacs is a psychologist, publish
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