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Relationships of recreation provision and delinquency

Relationships of recreation provision and delinquency

Social and economic costs and benefits of leisure Proceedings of the Leisure Studies Association Conference, Sept 15-17, 1978, Trinity and All Saints' Colleges, Horsforth, Leeds: 6.1-6.8

The author identifies one of the main factors in the relationship as that of recreational management. The costs of adequate provision for the leisure sector and those of processing and implementation of justice are compared.

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