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Effect of social group, activity, and specialization on recreation substitution decisions



Effect of social group, activity, and specialization on recreation substitution decisions



Leisure Sciences 16(3): 143-159



Substitutability refers to the extent to which one alternative recreational activity can effectively replace another in terms of its ability to produce desired experiences and benefits (e.g., recreation satisfaction). Past research into substitution has generally focused on developing typologies of substitutable activities or on satisfactions obtained and needs fulfilled by activities. These have not, however, proven adequate in explaining substitution decisions.

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DOI: 10.1080/01490409409513227



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