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Abstract

Methods used in the survey were interviews and counting on the main access road, questionnaires and counting on three forest roads, and evaluation of toll payments. Picking of mushrooms and berries was an important activity in late summer and autumn.

Author(s)
Doksroed, O.
Publisher
Institutt for Skogoekonomi, NLH., As, Norway
Citation
Besoek og ferdsel i et friluftsomrade (Luksefjellomradet)., 1976, pp 79 pp.
Abstract

Methods used in the survey were interviews and counting on the main access road, questionnaires and counting on three forest roads, and evaluation of toll payments. Picking of mushrooms and berries was an important activity in late summer and autumn.

Author(s)
Doksroed, O.
Publisher
Institutt for Skogoekonomi, NLH., As, Norway
Citation
Besoek og ferdsel i et fruluftsomrade (Luksefjellomradet)., 1976, pp 79pp.
Abstract

The results of an extensive study of leisure behaviour and leisure markets in 14 major Western Countries is presented. The approach is a statistical one and the period covered is basically the 1970s. Volume 1 deals with leisure in Western Europe as a whole, providing general estimates of the size...

Author(s)
Martin, W. H.; Mason, S.
Publisher
The Financial Times Ltd., London, UK
Citation
Leisure markets in Europe. A comparative study of growth and market opportunities. 3 vols., 1978, pp iv+139; v+239; v+288pp.
Abstract

The article discusses the Swedish Youth Council's report 'Not for sale' on the commercialization of young people's leisure. It concluded that young people should be given responsibility and tasks in the leisure area and that commercial influences should be discouraged. The Culture Council is now...

Author(s)
Almerud, P.
Citation
Kulturrådet Informerar, 1983, No. 3, pp 20-21
Abstract

This is a study of the connection between welfare and police records and leisure behaviour of young persons in Stockholm. It showed that young persons with more serious records tended to participate more in commercial activities and in activities which they themselves arranged without adult...

Author(s)
Sarnecki, J.
Citation
Rapport, Forskningsenheten, Brottsförebyggande rådet, Sweden., 1983, No. 1983:7, pp 144pp.
Abstract

The report deals with the more general aspects of the social welfare of senior citizens in Denmark as very little is known about the specific leisure and recreational activities of this section of the community. However, after describing the economic and social support services, details, including...

Author(s)
Dyrholm. I. L.
Publisher
World Leisure and Recreation Association, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Leisure and aging: an international perspective., 1983, pp 15pp.
Abstract

This book is aimed at all those who are professionally engaged or interested in leisure and cultural activities and particularly the new generation of professional workers who are currently in training. It examines how leisure is spent in Sweden, who can afford to have a satisfying free time, and...

Author(s)
Tåhlin, M.
Publisher
Riksförbundet Sveriges Fritids- och Hemgårdars förlag, Stockholm, Sweden
Citation
Fritid i välfärd., 1985, pp 200pp.
Abstract

Study circles set up in Viborg, Denmark, for senior citizens under the terms of the Danish Spare-Time Education Act help them to become resilient and strong in the face of challenge, and give them an incentive for living. The article looks at some of the themes discussed in these groups, including...

Author(s)
Gregersen, U. B.
Citation
World Leisure and Recreation, 1986, 28, 2, pp 22-25
Abstract

The general problem of violence among sport spectators is presented with examples from both general and Swedish history. The problem mainly belongs to the last hundred years, not least because of the simple fact that big stands for sport crowds were seldom available before that time. Two viewpoints ...

Author(s)
Hellspong, M.
Publisher
Svenska Idrottshistoriska föreningens ǡrsskrift, Stockholm, Sweden
Citation
Idrott Historia och Samhälle, 1986, pp 55-63
Abstract

Tourism in northern Canada and northern Scandinavia within the Arctic Circle is discussed. A conceptual model of tourist space is used to show that leisure space is characterized by a declining intensity of leisure use the farther consumers move away from the consumer's generating home base.

Author(s)
Lundgren, J. O.
Citation
Occasional Paper, Department of Geography, Trent University, Peterborough, Canada, 1986, No. 11, pp 187-198

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