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  • Mother's Leisure Satisfaction
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    Introduction A women's leisure style changes abruptly upon the arrival of children because she is no longer only responsible for her personal needs, but the needs of other human beings. Her time is no longer her own; she coordinates eating, sleeping, school, and homework schedules. In addition to juggling these activities, she has a marriage to sustain, as well as her own personal matters. This can be a lot for one person to handle and leaves little time for personal leisure pursuits for any mot...
  • Market For Leisure Time
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    An extremely interesting, but ever-contradictory sociological study of sexual relations is presented in the Kathy Peiss book Cheap Amusements. The reason I say that it is ever-contradictory is that the arguments are presented for both the benefit of cheap amusements for a woman's place in society and for the reinforcement of her place. In one breath, Peiss says that mixed-sex fun could be a source of autonomy and pleasure as well as a cause of [a woman s] continuing oppression. The following arg...
  • Daniel's Leisure Time
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    During the time, leisure and recreation have been always an important part of man's life and occurred in many different forms. In the ancient Greece, people used to entertain themselves by participating outdoor games, which contributed into both physical and mental development. In the middle of ninetieth (19th) century people used to spend more time together socializing and learn about and from each other. Nowadays, at the beginning of twenty-first (21st) century, where everybody is trying to ac...
  • Frequent Flow Experiences In Leisure Activities
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    ABSTRACT This project investigates the effects of skilled leisure activities on mental health by assessing the amount of "flow" experienced during enjoyable leisure activities and whether this is correlated to self-esteem as a stable measure of psychological well-being. This was done by questionnaire eliciting responses concerning the individual's "flow" experience, their skill or experience level, their "flow" experiences in a not as enjoyable leisure activity and finally a measure of self-este...
  • Movement Of Sediment Down The East Coast
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    Human activities add another layer of complexity to the natural processes of coastal lands and materials. These activities may have direct or indirect effects on our changing coastlines. They may effect sources of new sediment to the coast and the movement of sediment within the coastal environment. Sediment starvation caused by river and coastal management is one effect of human activities on the coast. For some coastal regions, such as the Pacific coast, a large part of their sediment is suppl...
  • Leisure Activities People
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    Development of the Leisure and Recreation Industry Since the 1960's there has been a rapid development in this industry and this is due to a number of reasons. All industries change over a period of time, but the leisure industry is probably changing faster than any other. There are many factors that influence the development of the industry but these are the most significant. Increase in Leisure Time In 1961 the average amount of time an individual spent working in a week would be 45 hours. Thi...

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