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The social group variable in recreation participation studies



The social group variable in recreation participation studies



Journal of Leisure Research 12(4): 357-367



The social groups with whom people interact are suggested as relevant variables for explaining the recreation activity selection process. This hypothesis is evaluated with two specifications of the dependent variable, frequency of participation, and high/low participation.

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