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  Black under-participation in wildland recreation: Alternative explanations
 
 
Title: Black under-participation in wildland recreation: Alternative explanations
Author: Washburne, Randel F.
Appeared in: Leisure sciences
Paging: Volume 1 (1978) nr. 2 pages 175-189
Year: 1978
Contents: Two alternative perspectives on Black underparticipation in wildland recreation are discussed: (1) marginality (that underparticipation results from preventive factors such as poverty and discrimination), and (2) ethnicity (that recreational patterns are based on subcultural leisure norms and value systems). Data from a 1969 survey of urban California Blacks and whites cast doubt on marginality as an explanation; ethnicity as an alternative explanation should be explored, in that differences could result from leisure style and those normative restraints within the Black community that temper leisure choices.
Publisher: Routledge
Source file: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften
 
 

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