Leisure Women And Gender

Author: Valeria J. Freysinger
Publisher: Venture Pub
ISBN: 9781892132987
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Specifically, in this volume, rather than writing about the research that others are doing, we invited some of those researchers to talk about how they came to study leisure, women, and gender; what they have learned from their research; ...

Routledge Handbook Of Leisure Studies

Author: Tony Blackshaw
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136495584
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This story is mine and this chapter reflects my perspective regarding the origins,
accomplishments, and prospects for feminist research about leisure, women, and
gender. Every feminist leisure scholar has a somewhat different story and would
likely interpret scholarship in varying ways. I offer this chapter, however, as one
perspective that is open for further expansion, discussion, and discourse.
Although the study of leisure became visible in the latter half of the twentieth
century, ...

Gender And Leisure

Author: Cara Carmichael Aitchison
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135135932
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The book begins by introducing and evaluating the key social and cultural ideologies, philosophies and beliefs that have informed our theoretical understanding of gender and leisure.

Both Gains And Gaps

Author: Karla A. Henderson
Publisher: Venture Pub
ISBN:
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This publication is a book-in-progress that elaborates on issues about women, gender, and leisure across the life span. The text is an update of Leisure of One's Own (1989) and contains 80% new, revised, and updated material.

Break Beats In The Bronx

Author: Joseph C. Ewoodzie Jr.
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469632764
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7. Collins, Black Sexual Politics; Shirley A. Hill, “Class, Race, and Gender
Dimensions of Child Rearing in African American Families,” Journal of Black
Studies 31, no. 4 (2001): 494–508. 8. David Carter, Stonewall: The Riots That
Sparked the Gay Revolution, 2nd ed. (New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 2010). 9.
Susan M. Shaw, “Gender, Leisure, and Constraint: Towards a Framework for the
Analysis of Women's Leisure,” Journal of Leisure Research 26, no. 1 (January 1,
1994): 8–22.

Women Leisure And The Family In Contemporary Society

Author: Nicole Samuel
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 9780851991207
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The purpose of this book is to highlight new trends in research on women's leisure. Comparisons drawn between countries at different stages of socioeconomic development demonstrate fascinating similarities and also many differences.

Women Men And Time

Author: Beth Anne Shelton
Publisher: Greenwood Pub Group
ISBN: 9780313265129
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Based on data from a national survey, this study focuses on the significant gender differences in the amount of time devoted to paid labor, housework, and leisure, despite popular opinion that the roles of men and women have converged.

Tourism And Gender

Author: Annette Pritchard
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1845932714
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It was also assumed that when gender intersects other subjectivities, not all
women are equal. In other words, if women are Other, then there are 'Other'
Others. As a form of leisure with the implied notion of choice, tourism can be a
site of contestation and resistance to existing stereotypes of gender. Through
leisure women can become more confident and affirmed in their identity to
enable them to 'resist oppression in all aspects of their lives' (Henderson et al.,
1996, p. 8). On the other ...

Leisure And Feminist Theory

Author: Betsy Wearing
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 0857026003
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Samdahl does not consider contexts of interaction where there may be support
for the 'I'. Samdahl's results point to self-expression as the critical distinction
between anomic free time and engaging leisure experience. Those, especially
women, who were able to use leisure for their own self-expression were able to
move beyond some of the role constraints of family and gender roles. For
Samdahl (1992) leisure is an area where the socially learned role expectations of
gender define ...

Trends In Outdoor Recreation Leisure And Tourism

Author: William C. Gartner
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 9780851997131
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Because of the visible increase in recreation and tourism among women, one
might assume that problems regarding demand and use have been solved.
Gender equity is a common idea in North America today. Most people would
agree that women and men ought to have equal opportunities in the workplace
and in their leisure. Despite this general attitude, however, gender issues have
not been resolved in all aspects of everyday life. Recreation professionals must
continue to ...