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Ethnic factors and the use of public outdoor recreation areas: the case of Mexican Americans


, : Ethnic factors and the use of public outdoor recreation areas: the case of Mexican Americans. Leisure Sciences 15(2): 83-98

The study investigated the effects of subculture, marginality, and perceived discrimination on use of selected public outdoor recreation areas. The assimilation perspective from the sociology literature provided theoretical guidance for the study.

Accession: 002373674

DOI: 10.1080/01490409309513190

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