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A human service approach to recreation planning



A human service approach to recreation planning



Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 1(1): 27-37



In an era of limited funds, consolidation of government services is rapidly combining the traditional park and recreation department with other social service departments or departments of environmental management. In both cases the mission or image of these park and recreation departments is broadened toward human development and environmental improvement. These changes represent opportunities for the integration of human and leisure services in the planning process.

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