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A structural analysis of recreation activity substitution



A structural analysis of recreation activity substitution



Dissertation Abstracts International, A 41(7): p. 3260



Substitutability is defined as the potential of a recreation activity to replace another in the participation pattern of an individual with similar satisfaction. The phenomenon is described in terms of (1) the activities discontinued; (2) the replacement activities; (3) the reasons for discontinuing activity; and (4) the changes in attitudes towards recreation resulting from the replacement.

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