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Correlates of family participation in outdoor recreation



Correlates of family participation in outdoor recreation



Outdoor recreation planning, perspectives, and research: 57-65



A theoretical perspective to explain participation in outdoor recreation activity was constructed around the concept of blockages to participation and put to test using selected factors purported to be representative of several components of the model. The study data were collected on a state-wide basis using a mailed questionnaire. The findings demonstrated that the model was quite inadequate to explain average family participation in outdoor recreation activities.

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