Canadian Congress on Leisure Research (CCLR) 2002

Tenth Canadian Congress on Leisure Research

Abstracts of Papers Presented

EdmontonUniversity of Alberta
May 2002



INTRODUCTION
  • Understanding Commonalities and Differences: A Case Study of a Provincial Sport Organizations Attempt to Recreate Their Understanding of Recreation
  • Perceived Constraints and Motivation for Recreational Sport Participation: Evaluating Their Relationship
  • Ethnic Identity, Diversity and Social Cohesion Through Volunteering: A Critical Examination of Theoretical Concepts Applied to Cultural Non-Profit Organisations in Society
  • Parents’ Responses to Adolescent Expressions of Interests and Activity Preferences
  • Leisure Lifestyles In Three Mountain Sports: A Study of Noncompetitive, Rule-Based Hobbies
  • The Leisure of Female Family Caregivers: A Profile
  • Family Making Among Migrants: Chain Migrants and Autonomous Migrants Use Their Leisure to Build Caring Connections in a New Community
  • Are We Having Fun Yet?: Resistance and Social Control of Women’s Outdoor Experiences as a Contested Area of Constraints
  • Understanding Leisure in the Lives of Older Women With Intellectual Disabilities
  • The Determinants of Self-Reported Physical Activity of Older Francophone Adults
  • The Social World of Birding: A Creation of Community
  • Evaluating The Timewise: Learning Lifelong Leisure Skills Prevention Program – Preliminary Evidence
  • The Meaning of Community on A Cognitive Support Unit
  • Community Attitude Toward Special Events
  • The Influence of Gender, Resiliency, and Self-Perception on Perception of Risk
  • Building Community Capacity For Indigenous Sustainable Tourism Development
  • Developing Agri-Tourism In Nova Scotia: Issues and Challenges
  • The Role of Friendships in Sustaining Women’s Activism on The Neighbourhood Level
  • Exploring Campers’ Perceptions of Their Own Impacts At A Mountain Park Destination
  • Perceptions of Quality Service Delivery in Community Recreation
  • The ‘Pay’ Games: The Commodification of The Gay Games and Cultural Events
  • Surplus-Repression and Cultural Surplus: Beyond The Classic View of Leisure as Personal “Freedom From” and “Freedom To”
  • Doing Leisure, Doing Gender: Children’s Perspectives on Leisure Within The Family Context
  • Kicking The Tires and Taking It For A Spin: Testing The Reliability and Validity of The Festival Social Impact Attitude Scale
  • A Qualitative Study Examining How Canadian Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists Manage Cross-Ethnic Interaction: Awareness and Idiocentricism
  • Creating Open Environments: An Examination of Community Access Recreation Programmes in Long-Term Care Facilities in Canada
  • Frequency of Particpation and Leisure Constraint Factors On The Recreational Sporting Activities of Iranian Students
  • Desiring The Rock (Jock): Movement and Power Through The Climbing Body
  • A Taxonomy of Leisure Education Goals
  • Parks and Leisure Services Spending by Municipalities in British Columbia
  • Healthy Spaces and Body Politics: Aesthetics and The Distinction of Physical Capital
  • Leisure and Majority-Minority Relations: Bridging The Gap or Widening The Divide?
  • The Causes and Consequences of Partnership Under Management by Leisure Service Departments in Canada
  • Tourism, Globalization and Sustainable Development: Are These Contravening Concepts?
  • Towards A Democratic Process For Planning Community Tourism Development: A Participant Action Research Approach
  • More Conversations With Older Women About Leisure and Retirement
  • TR Practitioners’ Advice To The Next Generation
  • Trials and Triumphs: Community Gardening and The Storied Nature of Neighborhood Revitalization
  • Race and Its Relationship To The Benefits of Community Gardening In St. Louis
  • Deviant Leisure and Serial Murder: Exploring The Unknown
  • Racialization, Social Capital, and Leisure Services
  • Changing Configurations of Communal and Spatial Relations: A Case Study of An Agricultural Community in Transition
  • Socio-Economic Differences Among Families and The Meaning and Value of Family Leisure
  • The Influence of Market Segment Information on Professionals’ Equitable and Efficient Demarketing Preferences for Municipal Golf Services
  • A Model of Leisure Style and Spiritual Well-Being Relationships
  • Enjoyment: A Link To Physical Activity, Leisure, and Health
  • Migration, Leisure and Male Gender Identities
  • The Relationship Between Board Performance, Board Structure and Board Processes in NonProfit Voluntary Sport Organisations
  • A Call For Fathers: The Absent Male Voice in Family Leisure Research
  • Economic Impact of A Wildlife Festival in Rural, Central, Alberta
  • Testing Independent and Buffer Models of the Influence of Leisure Participation on Stress-Coping and Adaptational Outcomes
  • Leisure Research in Canada and The United States: One Community or Two Solitudes?
  • Assessing Research Competence
  • What Is Relative Effectiveness of Various Forms of Promotion in Changing Consumers’ Attitudes Toward a Leisure Activity?
  • Minority Children, Considerable Need: Recreational Needs of Children With Chronic Illness
  • Rethinking The Leisure Education Process
  • Leisure and Social Change: Hearth or Hinterland?
  • Leisure In The Lives of Women Who Are Homeless and Live In A Transitional Shelter
  • Volunteerism and Serious Leisure: The Case of The Francophone Games
  • Leisure, Civil Disobedience and The History of Low Power FM (LPFM) Radio
  • Une Démarche Théorique Vers La Définition Du Produit Touristique Acadian
  • Profil Des Diplômés En Récréologie À L’Université De Moncton: 1980-2000
  • Finding Support For User Fees: Can The Reason For The Fee Influence Price Expectations
  • Post Adolescent Job Loss, the Self, Family and Leisure:A Status Passage?
  • Role of Self-Efficacy In The Constraint Negotiation Process: The Case of Individuals With Fibromyalgia Syndrome
  • Facilitating Successful Behavior Change: A Meta Analysis of Change Intervention Theories and Models
  • Sense of Place: An Interpretive Study of Selected Residents of Strathcona County, Alberta
  • The Color Orange: Sense of Place and Leisure Experiences
  • University Faculty Perceptions on Balancing Their Work and Non-Work Lives
  • Civil Leisure? Investigating The Relationship Between Activism, Free Time and Social Change
  • The Case For Site-Specific Education Strategies in EcoTourism Management: Whale-Watching on Vancouver Island, B.C.
  • Adolescents’ Experience of Busyness, Time Pressure and Well-Being: Positive and Negative Effects of School, Work, Volunteer and Extracurricular Involvement
  • Seeking Sustainable Tourism in Northern Thailand: Visitor and Host Dynamics
  • Explorations of Female-Only Canoeing Experiences: Why Do It?
  • Increasing Gender Equity In Sport Participation: A Government Program In Progress
  • Multiple Discourses of Community Development: Addressing The Implications For A Community-Based Project
  • Leisure, Online Gaming, and Community
  • The Diverse Worlds of Unemployed Canadian Adults: Insights Into Leisure, Lifestyle and Well-Being
  • Intrasite Differences In The Crowding Norms and Specialization of Summer Visitors on and Adjacent To Whistler Mountain, B.C.
  • Indicators and Standards For Summertime Use At Ski Hills: Implementing A Multi-Stakeholder Approach At Whistler Mountain, B.C.
  • Community-Based Sustainable Aboriginal Tourism Product Development – A Proposed Model
  • An Investigation of The Issues Related To Developing A National Certification Strategy for Therapeutic Recreation in Canada
  • Modeling Quality of Life in Communities: A Structural Modeling Approach
  • The Leisure Lives of Infertile Women: A New Look At Family-Based Leisure Research
  • An Exploration of Volunteering Within The Context of Leisure Around The Time of Retirement for A Mid-Life Couple
  • Canada: Multi-Sport Festival Capital of The World
  • Fictive Families and The Lives of Adults With Developmental Disabilities
  • “Sports Junkies” or Tourists? What College Sports Fans “Do” When Attending A Game
  • Assessing The Validity of An Outdoor Recreation Contraints Model For Residents of Florida
  • The Most Important Influences on Learning: Seasonal Staff Member Perceptions
  • Marine Recreation Within Our National Parks: Examining Social Carrying Capacity Issues in The Broken Group of Islands, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
  • Voluntary Simplicity and the Relationship Between Leisure Experience and Psychological Well-Being
  • Exploring The Loyalty Construct at Two National Park Sites
  • Celebrating Net Gains: Transforming The Nature of Leisure
  • Reading The Diaries of Margaret Fleming: Narratives of Mountaineering, Leisure, and Travel in Canadian Women’s History
  • Promoting Women’s Health, Equity, and Inclusion: The Role of Accessible Community Recreation in Reducing Social Isolation
  • Sorting Out The Public/Private Interest In Community Tourism Planning: The Application of a Community Self-Assessment Instrument
  • Sources of Leisure Education: Youth In School and Custody Settings
  • ‘New Planning’ Approaches For Communities In Transition: A Case Study of Uclurelet, Vancouver Island, BC
  • Visitor Perceptions of Clayoquot Island Sound: Implications From A Recreation Specialization Model
  • ‘Go West Young Man’: Using Navigation Technologies To Find Oneself
  • Stress and Fear Among Urban-Proximate Female Recreationists: Experience, Explanation, and Alternatives
  • Close Friendships of Integrated Youth: Parents As Partners
  • Social Roles and Leisure Constraints
  • (Not) Getting Away From It All: The Emotional Labour of Outdoor Trip Leaders
  • Sister-City Partnerships and Cultural Recreations: The Case of Scarborough, Canada and Sagamihara, Japan
  • The Marking of A City: Swift Current, Saskatchewan and The Graham James Hockey Scandal
  • An Empirical Test of An “Effects-Indicator” Model or Volunteer Job Satisfaction
  • A Longitudinal Analysis of The Impact of Major Life Events on Perceived Freedom In Leisure
  • Making A Heritage Town: Stony Plain, Alberta and Heritage Representation
  • Decision-Making At The Lower Kananaskis River: An Investigation of Planning and Management for A River Resource
  • Association Between Extra Curricular Involvement and Social Worlds In Young Adults: Motivation and Scope of Involvement During Junior High School, High School and University.
  • Leisure Education and Older Women: Do They Fit?
  • THE GRAMMATICAL USE OF LEISURE: AN ANALYSIS OF THE RESEARCH OF THE NINTH CANADIAN CONGRESS ON LEISURE RESEARCH
  • In-Between: A Longitudinal Study of Social Integration, Leisure and South Asian Canadian Youth.
  • Exploring The Experience of Women Recreational Running Partners
  • TV Leisure: Decoding Prime Time Sitcoms
  • The Effects of Frequency and Experience on Place Attachment During Independent Nature-Based Leisure Events
  • Producing Travel: Technologies of Illusion, Risk and Virtual Reality
  • Mapping Leisure: An Application of Phenomeography
  • Women, Leisure and The Redefining of “Men’s Work”
  • Assessing Adventure Tourism Leadership Preparation: The Case of New Brunswick’s Adventure Leadership Training Program
  • A Qualitative Analysis of The Meaning of Community Involvement For Older Adults Living In Long-Term Care Facilities
  • Understanding The Influence of Social Class, Gender, and Life Stager On The Leisure-Travel Behaviors of African Americans
  • Examining “Family Making” In The Domestic Space of the Volunteer Firehouse
  • Reconsidering The Nature of Episodic Volunteering: A Case Study of Event Volunteers
  • Establishment Problems and Leisure Behavior of Adolescent Immigrants From Korea, Mexico and Poland
  • Benefits of Using Outdoor Areas: Perspectives of Parents With Children Who Have Disabilities
  • Changing Patterns of Working Hours and Their Implications With Regard to Time Use, Time Pressure, and Emotional Well-Being
  • Share Your Thoughts