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'Having the time of our lives' - is leisure an appropriate concept for midlife women?


Leisure: modernity, postmodernity and lifestyles Volume 1: leisure in different worlds: 227-241
'Having the time of our lives' - is leisure an appropriate concept for midlife women?
This paper examines the experiences of midlife women and flow, defined as an opportunity to experience a heightened state of consciousness and a strengthened sense of self. The study is based on a sample of women between the ages of 40 and 65 years drawn from a sample in Adelaide, Australia.


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