• hostpitality management
    http://www.purdue.edu/policies/pages/teach_ res_outreach/c_22.html Introduction Online travel has become the most common distribution channel used by leisure travelers to research options, seek out the best prices, and book reservations (Laudon & Traver, 2002). The Web is now widely viewed as a powerful...
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  • Computer
    Since 1984 the situation obviously has changed in one respect: schools have begun to use computers and teach pupils computer skills. But at the same time informal experiences with computer technology have become more common for children and young people. Most pupils, therefore, have learned about computers...
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  • Comparison of the Value to the Community of Sports Facility Provision
    military, voluntary, public, and private sectors, and how they benefit from the facilities being available to them. The facilities looked at were Cannons leisure centre, the Mountbatten centre, Thorney Island, and City of Portsmouth Athletics club. The study also examined the scope of users of each unique sector...
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  • Organic Nomenclature
    aParents, employment, gender and well-being: a time use study by Margo Judith Hilbrecht A thesis presented to the University of Waterloo in fulfillment of the thesis requirement for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Recreation and Leisure Studies Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 2009 ...
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  • Guildford Spectrum Business Plan
    built to take leisure provision in the Guildford area forward into the 21st century. The previous leisure centre was built in the 1970s and as such was beginning to show signs of wear and tear. In addition, demand for leisure was increasing and space for customers was decreasing. The leisure centre also...
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  • Work Life Balance
    years ago that pundits were warning that advances in technology would lead to the threat of mass unemployment - or the promise of a life of increased leisure for most in western (post-) industrial society. So what has changed? It is possible to identify a set of factors that have brought the issue of work-life...
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  • Student
    provide a challenging, motivating, and exhilarating total-body workout. At this time walking is the most popular fitness activity among Americans and more that 77 million Americans walk for fitness. This is a great activity for everyone at all fitness levels. According to research, the average human child...
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  • Qualitative Research
    a certain problem and to do decision making. Leisure participation, especially physical activity, as the importance of leisure participation has come to the fore as health is indispensible element to people’s lives. Participating physical activities helps people to not only keep them in shape but...
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  • Hotels in China to September 2013 - Industry Analysis Report
    growth prospects also look good, but there is also rising competition in the market. While the number of Chinese people travelling for work and leisure has increased, driving the dramatic increase in new hotel openings, hotel chains now face catering to the needs of an increasingly diverse range of...
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  • Smoking
    Physical Activity and Exercise Two terms are widely used to describe human movement: physical activity and exercise. Although they are often used interchangeably, their definitions differ. Physical activity is any bodily movement produced by the contraction of skeletal muscle that increases energy...
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  • tutorial
    1. Is sport gendered? Is sport associated more with men/masculinity? a. Importance of historical, cultural, class specificity when examining sports; awareness of women’s past participation in sports at certain times & places Class affected women’s participation as well as geographic location...
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  • Influence of Recreation
    Exercise (2000), contends that creating some leisure time in the course of the day allows employees to recharge themselves psychologically and emotionally and this can lead to improved job performance. There is increased involvement in leisure activities and wellness programmes by companies in a bid...
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  • Measuring Trends in Leisure
    MEASURING TRENDS IN LEISURE: THE ALLOCATION OF TIME OVER FIVE DECADES Mark Aguiar Erik Hurst Working Paper 12082 http://www.nber.org/papers/w12082 NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH 1050 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02138 March 2006 We thank Susanto Basu, Gary Becker, Kathy Bradbury, Kerwin...
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  • YES OR NO
    Introduction: Understanding Leisure Leisure is an increasingly important economic activity in mature service economies. Leisure services as services associated with provision that is linked with leisure time activity and recreation. Leisure service organizations Hospitality Hotels, timeshare,...
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  • Oscar Wilde's the Importance of Being Earnest
    Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest While some critics contend that The Importance of Being Earnest is completely fanciful and has no relation to the real world, others maintain that Oscar Wilde's "trivial comedy for serious people" does make significant comments about social class...
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  • Servicescape of Leisure Centre
    How servicescapes affect the behaviour of Lagoon leisure centre customers August, 2008 Contents page 1. Leisure Lagoon centre profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...
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  • memory
    EDUCATIONAL LEISURE SETTINGS Jan Packer BA (Hons) Centre for Innovation in Education Submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy 2004 ii i KEYWORDS Museum learning Environmental and heritage interpretation Visitor studies Motivation Educational leisure Free-choice...
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  • Backward Design
    fluently and in a way that engages the audience. • Follow or give oral instructions for directions, for example, for a game, recipe or learning activity. • Work in groups, brainstorm and conferencing in order to deliver a group report. • Self-correct when speaking. Reading: • Use strategies...
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  • Qualitative Research
    Introduction Educators and scholars have studied and emphasised the importance of physical recreations in the modern society. In past decades, women were forced engaging exercises (Cooky, 2009). However, even though the times have gone to the modern world, there are some difficulties entering to enjoy...
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  • Tourism and Hospitality
    surveys: typology, design and coding 1. Introduction In current surveys, as the range of surveys and the number of pollee have increased, the importance of the questionnaire has become increased much more. In 2009, there is one survey can express well. The survey was conducted by a food frequency...
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