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Community in a recreational setting


Leisure Sciences 11(4): 303-322
Community in a recreational setting
The loss of community and of traditional communal ties characteristic of modern industrial society has caused many people to search for alternative sources of social identification and solidarity. Recreational sites may afford some people opportunities for constructing communities on the basis of common interests. As part of an ongoing investigation, data have been gathered over several years to discover whether elements of community can be found in a marina's social system.

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Accession: 001780472

DOI: 10.1080/01490408909512229



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