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To seek specialized accreditation or not: differing preceptions of the NRPA/AALR accreditation process



To seek specialized accreditation or not: differing preceptions of the NRPA/AALR accreditation process



SPRE Annual on Education, Society of Park and Recreation Educators, USA 2: 59-81



The aim of the study was to determine why some undergraduate programmes in recreation and leisure studies in the USA seek NRPA/AALR (National Recreation and Park Association) specialized accreditation and others do not. Modified versions of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Assessment of Association and Commission Purposes Questionnaire were distributed to a stratified sample of chief academic officers and department heads.

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