Canadian Congress on Leisure Research 2005

Eleventh Canadian Congress on Leisure Research
The Two Solitudes: Isolation or Impact

Abstracts of Papers Presented
Department of Recreation and Tourism Management
Malaspina University-College
Nanaimo, British Columbia
Canada
May 17-20, 2005

INTRODUCTION
  • Evaluating A TR Program For Traumatic Stress Recovery: Challenges of Program Evaluation in a Client-Centred, Interdisiplinary Therapeutic Community Environment
  • Recreation As a Treatment Modality and Coping Resource for Survivors of Domestic Violence
  •  Family and Personal Leisure Perspectives from LDS Fathers and Mothers: Implications for Service Provision
  • Barriers To Leisure Travel of Family Caregivers: A Preliminary Examination
  • What We Aren't Studying in Leisure: A Look "Outside" Our Field
  • The Experiences of Executive Level Special Event Volunteers
  • Service Guarantees and Cheating Behavior in A Leisure Setting: The Influence of Personal and Setting Variables
  • Youths' Perspectives On Camp Outcomes: Intentionality and Positive Youth Development
  • The Measurable Assessment In Recreation: Golf and St. Andrews
  • Sport, Sustainability and Community Development, Golf and St. Andrews, Scotland
  • Reinvesting In Arts Participation: A Longitudinal Examination of Leisure and Life Perceptions Associated with A Mid-Life Decision to Retire Early
  • Holidaying With The Family Pet: No Dogs Allowed!
  • Segmentation and Legitimation In The Climbing World
  • Pyscho Physiological Effect From Recollection and Talking About White Water Rafting Experiences.
  • Design and Evaluation of A Leisure Education Program For Caregivers of Intitutionalized Care Recipients.
  • Determining Travel Behavior and Economic Impact of Day Trippers. A Case Study of Napa County, CA
  • Understanding Volunteer and Non-Volunteer Constraints: A Mixed-Method Approach
  • Building A Sustainable Community: The Role of Leisure, Recreation, and Tourism
  • "I Know It's Three in The Morning, But Our Houses Have Blown Up! Call Nance To Open The Community Centre!" The Role of A Neighborhood Association in Supporting Residents In A Time of Crisis
  • Is Learning In Later Life Leisure?
  • The Reality of Sports and Recreation Partnerships
  • Optimism and The Leisure Experience
  • An Audit of Community Infrastructure For Leisure Walking and Health: A Case Study of Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Restricted and Elaborated Leisure Codees: The Globalization of the Leisure Experience
  • A Familily Dealing With The The Diagnosis of Autism: Five Years Later
  • "Nobody Comes To Visit Anymore": Experiences of Older Individuals in Goa, India
  • Violent Video Games Play: A Gendered Experience
  • The Relationship Between Conditions and Attitudes: An Examination of Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Culture Constraints On Leisure Through Cross-Cultural Research
  • The Dementia Supportive Environment Framework: Implications for Recreation and Leisure
  • The Politics of Pleasure
  • The Two Solitudes: Amish and English Perspectives on Tourism Planning, Development & Promotion Practices and Implications for Tourism Planning
  • The Effect of Participation in The Girl Guides of Canada On Young Women
  • Validation of the Quality and Importance of Recreational Sports Scale
  • The Experience of Apathy In Simulated Leisure Environments
  • Mobilisation, Accueil, Et Soutien Des Jeunes Bénévoles Âgés Entre 15 Et 19 Ans
  • What Are Recreation Graduates Doing?
  • Re-Thinking The History of Leisure: Questioning The Metanarrative
  • Abstract Thoughts About The "Two Solitudes"
  • Older Men's Leisure Experiences Across Their Lifespan
  • Commodifying Local Culture For Rural Community Tourism Development: Theorizing The Commodification Process
  • Mode of Recreation
  • An Analysis of The Impact of A Modified "Woman Alive" Program For Women Who Have Experienced A Mental Health Challenge
  • University Graduates With A Disability: The Transition From University Into The Community at Large
  • Mobilizing Social Capital In Community Garden Contexts
  • The Contribution of Intercollegiate Athletics To The Social Capital of A University
  • The Paradox of Pleasure: A Panel Discussion
  • Determining the Pull of Backpacker Motivation for Activities in Calgary and Banff Using Means-End Analysis
  • Pro-Environment Intentions: Examining the Affect of Place Attachment, Environmental Attitudes, Place Satisfaction and Attitudes Toward Pro-Environmental Behavior
  • Different Strokes For Different Folks: A Case Study of Ropes Course Programs Using Means-End Analysis
  • Family Leisure and Parents' Subjective Identities: Gendered Ways of Being A "Good Parent"
  • A Social Capital Perspective On The Representation of Recreation in BC Land-Use Planning
  • A Host, A Guest, And Our Lifetime Relationship: Remembering Grandma H.
  • Living Through SARS: Leisure Experiences of College Students in China and Possible Explanations Using Affordance Theory
  • An Exploration of the Experiences of Community Integration For Older Adults With Mental Health Issues
  • In and Out of Context: The Use of 2 Thessalonians 3:10 In Leisure Literature
  • Intentionality and Youth Development Through Camp Experiences
  • What is A Botanic Garden To us? Leisure and Botanic Gardens
  • The Relationship of Adolescent Obesity To Time Use, Eating Habits, Leisure and Well-Being
  • The Last Resort: Youth Views On Tourism In One Coastal Community
  • Importance of Performance Analysis: The Need To Bridge Solitudes For Its Effective Use
  • Education Planning With Insight: Alberta's Preparation For The Recreation Labor Market of Tomorrow
  • A Comparison of Local Expenditures Resulting From Two Community Wildlife Reserves
  • Experience of a Tourism Industry Impacted By A Forest Fire Disaster
  • Broadening Conceptualizations of Stress and Leisure Coping: Frameworks of Social Exclusion and Resilience
  • Researching The Child: Theory and Practice In Evaluation Research
  • Public Recreation In The Urban Setting: The New Reality
  • Awareness of and Participation In Recreation Opportunities By Older Adults in Small Towns
  • For Love or Money: A Repositioning Model and Research Propoositions To Increase Attitudinal And Fiscal Support For Public Park and Recreational Services
  • Canadian-Based Research on Leisure nad Ethnicity: Current State of Condition
  • Research For The Real World: Recognizing Family Influence in Analysis of Leisure Participation
  • New Career Trajectories In Specializations and Serious Leisure
  • Leisure Experience and "Justice To Come": Troubling Race In North American Leisure Studies
  • Leisure, Popular Culture, and Cultural Studies in The Borderlands
  • Bridging The Gap Between Therapeutic Recreation Research and Practice
  • De L'Enquête À La Solicitation Des Commanditaires: Le Cas de La Société Des Jeux De L'Acadie
  • Les Attentes Et Les Perceptions De L'Accueil Touristique Par Lest Touristes et le Personnel
  • Wildlife Viewer Archetypes: Are They All Ecotourists?
  • Interviews With The Polar Bear Viewer
  • Empirical Examination of The Leisure Experience: A Study on Quality-Specific Constraints
  • Role Modeling Through Physical Activity: The Generational Gift of Women
  • A Matched Study Between A Face-To-Face Section and A Synchronous Online Section of An Interpersonal Communication and Relationships Course
  • The Association Between Restriction In Expressive and Industiral Activities and Indicators of Well-Being Among Caregivers: A Longitudinal Investigation
  • Leisure And The Good Life: The Perspectives of Chinese Canadian Older Adults Residing in Long-Term Care Facilities
  • Leisure and Late Life Widowhood: Voices of Experience
  • Parents of Children with Intellectual Disability: Perspectives on Leisure, Vacation Patterns, and Life Quality
  • A Mouthful of Change: Eating and Acting For Food Democracy
  • Internet/Computer Use and Adolescent Leisure Behaviour, Flow Experiences and Psychological Well-Being: The Displacement Hypothesis
  • The Girl From Vermont Was She Part of Our Radical Roots? Or Where Our Roots Really Radical?
  • "Canada Needs You": The Jan Eisenhardt Story
  • Using Leisure To Build Social Capital In Later Life: Classical Traditions, Contemporary Realities, And Emerging Possibilities/li>
  • Indigenous Gathering Activities As Culture (And Maybe Leisure?): A Study of The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe in the Chippewa National Forest
  • Strategies For Use and Protection Of The Gulf Islands Marine Environment
  • Vicarious Adventure: Trading Experiences In The Symbolic Economy
  • The Two Solitudes of Leisure and Employment: A Preliminary Investigation of Canadian Employers' Support For Employees' Leisure Activities
  • Exploring Men's Leisure
  • A Qualitative Study of The Inclusion Process At Residential Summer Camp
  • Promoting Resilience: Inner-City Youth Involvement In Community-Serving Leisure
  • Gender Differences in The Centrality of Work, Leisure, Family and Community & Models Predicting Life Satisfaction
  • Encounters, Norms, Crowding, and Norm Congruence Among Summer Visitors at Ski Areas
  • Hunter Specialization and Declining Participation In Response to Chronic Wasting Disease
  • Traveller Evaluations of Ecotour Operator Ethics At A Community-Owned and Operated Site in Tambopasta Reserve, Peru
  • Management-Research Cooperation Reflection on Implications of Two Decades of Links Between Research and Practice
  • Les Motivations et Les Effets D'Une Retraite Faite Par Des Personnes Agees Dans Un Monastere Benedictin
  • Repositioning The Position: Revisiting Pieper's Argument For A Leisure Ethic
  • Women's Leisure As Resistance To Pronatalist Ideology
  • The Clean Hands Coalition: Implications For Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Industry Venues
  • Correctional Recreation, Weightlifting In Prison, and Rehabilitation: A Comparison of Attitudes
  • Concepualizing Community and Social Capital In The Face of Conflicting Societal Values Exploring Responses to Leisure Opportunities For Federally Sentenced Women
  • Attitudes of Urban Bat Watchers
  • Feminist Organizing As Community Development: A Strategy For Delivering Accessible Recreation To Women Living in Poverty
  • The Effect of Multiple Sponsorship Communication Vehicles on Spectators' Awareness of Event Sponsors
  • Spectator Responses to Perceptions of The Sport Product
  • Role of The Tour Guide in National Parks
  • Leisure Embodied: Examining the Meaning of Leisure From Greek and Vedic Perspectives
  • "Monkey See, Monkey Do!" - Parental Role Modeling and The Impact on Children's Physically Active Leisure
  • Exploring The Experiences of Recreation-Based Small Business Owners
  • Deviant Leisure: Uncovering The 'Goods' in Transgressive Behaviour
  • Leisure and The Marginalized: The Community Social Agency Perspective
  • Leisure Research and Social Change: A Millenial State of The Art
  • Weird Yet Wonderful: The Potential of Narrative Inquiry in Leisure Research
  • Exploring The Factors Associated With Sustaining Physical Activity in Individuals At-Risk for Type 2 Diabetes
  • Photo Elicitation: A Window Through Which to View Youth Leisure in Isolated Communities
  • Bridging The Tourism Planning Gap: Creating A Regional Rural Tourism Planning Alliance for Communities In Transition on Vancouver Island
  • DEVELOPING A FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGING QUALITY IN NATIONAL SPORT FEDERATIONS – THE CASE OF LIECHTENSTEIN
  • Measuring Public Support For A Tax Increase To Acquire New Parks
  • L'Évolution Des Besoins De Formation Des Travailleurs en Loisir De Nouveau-Brunswick Une Analyse De Trois Études De 1987 À 1997
  • The World Masters Games 2005 Implications for Canadian Sport Tourism Research
  • An Assessment of Research on Policy Development and Analysis in The Tourism Research
  • The Spiritual Nature of Time and Space for Self: The Potential of Leisure To Engage The Human Soul
  • Climate Change, Seasonality and Visitation in Canada's National Park System
  • Hardcore Leisure: A Source of Division Within Leisure Social Worlds
  • Mothers As Leisure Educators: Lessons Daughters Learn
  • Understanding Adolescent Boredom In Leisure: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Roles of Parents and Motivation
  • Community in PostModern Culture: The Place of Leisure
  • Having Fun and Changing The World: Intersections of Pleasure and Politics At A Community Music Festival
  • Re-Imaging Multicultural Cityscapes for Leisure Consumption: Approaches to Revitalization in the UK and Canada
  • Leisure as Resistance: Academic Debates, Social Action, and Applications to Professional Practice
  • Challenges Faced by Rural/Remote Tourism Businesses on Vancouver Island: An Exploratory Study
  • An Analysis of Spatial Equity in the Provision of Urban Park Opportunities
  • From Research to Reality: The Case of Well-Intended Resource Recreation Research
  • Adolescent Playfulness and Well-Being
  • Finding An Optimal Leisure Lifetstyle: Observations From A Study of Nature Challenge Hobbyists
  • A Comparison of Ancient and Modern Conceptions of Happiness and Leisure
  • Challenging Recreation in Education: Dewey and Kant Perspectives for Creating Meaningful Learning Experiences in Schools
  • Unsettling Ground: Action Researchers as Mediators Between Citizens and Local Government
  • When 'Home' Changes: Youth, Leisure, and Rstructuring In A Newfoundland Community
  • Community Recreation with High-Risk Children and Youth, Are We Doing More Harm Than Good?
  • Evidence-Based Approaches for Addressing Bullying, Sexual Harassment and Racial Discrimination in School Recreation Settings
  • The Influences of Unconscious Motives on Leisure Activity Preferences
  • Navigating The Divide: Muslim Perspectives on The Municipal Delivery of Leisure Services In Calgary
  • Mapping Themes In Research Literature: Women's Leisure, Resistance and Globalization
  • Agents of Change and Visitors' Perceptions of the Impacts of Tourism At Heritage Sites
  • Drawn or Drifting? Segmenting Labour Supply in Tourism
  • Further Considerations on Culture, Self-Construal, and Leisure Theory and Practice
  • Tourism After Devastation: The Case of Taiwan's Redevelopment From An Earthquake
  • Confucius' Pleasures: Dimensions of Happiness and Leisure in the Analects
  • Moving Beyond the Average: Women as Sport Travellers
  • Women's Leisure: A Building Block of Community?
  • Therapeutic Recreation and Place: Exploring the Relationship
  • Planning In The Wind: The Current Planning Status of Ontario's Provincial Parks
  • Cultural Tourism, An Assessment of Marketing Strategies in Dalian, NanJing and Hainan, China
  • "Now I Feel I Could Do Anything": Embodiment, Space and Young Women's Leisure
  • The Red Hat Society: An Exploratory Study of The Role of Play in Older Women's Lives
  • "Travel Takes Me To A More Dynamic World": Meanings of Leisure-Travel Among Mid to Late Life Japanese Women
  • Building Community and Social Capital Through The Children's Leisure in The Context of An International Camp
  • Trail Maintainers As Social Workers: Developing Social Capital with Landowners
  • Relationships Between Adolescents' Time Use, Leisure Participation, Feelings of Time Presure, Academic Performance, Emotional Well-Being and Wealth



  • CASE STUDIES

  • Informed Leisure Practice: Counts As Conduits Between Theory and Practice
  • Making The Case For Case Study Learning
  • The Case Study Enhancing International Students Learning in Adventure and Ecotourism Education
  • An Analysis of The Modified Woman Alive Program For Women Who Have A Mental Health Challenge
  • Using Employee Appraisals to Improve Importance
  • The Cambridge Seniors Centre Project Development: How Re-Visiting Their 'Mission Statement' Saved The Day!
  • Linking Research and Practice: A Case Study in Arts Programming For Adults
  • "All We Want To Do Is Help Play Ball": A Case Study of A Failing Community-Based Youth Softball League
  • What's A Community To Do? A Case Study of A Community Struggling To Meet Their Recreation And Sporting Needs
  • Shifting Gears At Ride'N Glide
  • Resolving Conflict In An Urban Park Setting: An Application of Attitude Theory
  • Chez Monique Research's Practical Applications
  • Share Your Thoughts