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Youth and leisure


, : Youth and leisure. Amusement Industrie 23(88): 22-23

Young people represent a growing segment of the leisure market in Germany. There appear, however, to be differences in the leisure expectations and behaviour of this population segment depending on whether they come from the former East or West German states. These trends were identified from the results of a study carried out in 1992 by a youth work group and from the annual travel analysis of the Study Circle for Tourism.

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Accession: 002549015

DOI: 10.1080/10261133.1985.10558915

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