CHAPTER 1 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1) Define "leisure." 2) Explain Neulinger's Paradigm. 3) Explain the Classical Vi...
LEISURE <ul><li>UNOBLIGATED TIME WHEN ONE IS NOT WORKING OR PERFORMING OTHER LIFE-SUSTAINING FUNCTIONS. </li></ul><ul><li>...
CASUAL LEISURE VS SERIOUS LEISURE CASUAL: -IMMEDIATELY INTRINSICALLY REWARDING -SHORT-LIVED BENEFITS -REQUIRE LITTLE OR NO...
WORK -OBLIGATED TIME. -INVOLVES CONSTRAINT/COMMITMENT.
PERSONAL CARE -TIME DEVOTED TO THE MAINTENANCE OF AN INDIVIDUAL’S WELL-BEING. -BASIC NECESSITIES OF LIFE.
RECREATION -AN ACTIVITY PERFORMED DURING LEISURE TIME FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENJOYMENT. -LEISURE SPORTING ACTIVITIES.
CHARACTERISTICS OF RECREATION 1) Participation is voluntary, not obligatory (mandatory, required) 2) Participation purpose...
<ul><li>WORK, PERSONAL CARE, RECREATION, LEISURE </li></ul><ul><li>Sleep:  Is it personal care or a leisure activity? </li...
VIEWS OF LEISURE
1) NEULINGER’S PARADIGM OF LEISURE -DIVIDES ALL ACTIVITIES INTO 2 CATEGORIES: 1) LEISURE: PERCEIVED FREEDOM 2) NONLEISURE:...
LEISURE CATEGORIES
PURE LEISURE -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE FREELY ENGAGED IN & ARE TOTALLY INTRINSICALLY MOTIVATED. -DOING AN ACTIVITY FOR ITS OWN ...
LEISURE WORK -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE FREELY ENGAGED IN & COMBINE BOTH INTRINSIC & EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION. -THE REWARDS/INCENTIV...
LEISURE JOB -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE FREELY ENGAGED IN & ARE TOTALLY EXTRINSICALLY MOTIVATED. -THE REWARDS/INCENTIVES FOR PART...
NONLEISURE CATEGORIES
PURE WORK -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE PARTICIPATED IN UNDER SOME KIND OF CONSTRAINT, & ARE TOTALLY INTRINSICALLY MOTIVATED.
WORK JOB -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE PARTICIPATED IN UNDER SOME KIND OF CONSTRAINT & COMBINE BOTH INTRINSIC & EXTRINSIC MOTIVATIO...
PURE JOB -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE PERFORMED IN UNDER SOME KIND OF CONSTRAINT, & ARE TOTALLY EXTRINSICALLY MOTIVATED.
CLASSICAL/TRADITIONAL VIEW OF LEISURE -LEISURE IS A HIGHLY STATE OF MIND/BEING THAT IS REALIZED THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN I...
ANTIUTILITARIAN VIEW OF LEISURE -LEISURE IS PERCEIVED AS A STATE OF MIND. -LEISURE DOES NOT NEED TO SERVE ANY USEFUL PURPO...
SOCIAL INSTRUMENT VIEW OF LEISURE -LEISURE IS SEEN AS A MEANS OF PROMOTING SELF-FROWTH & HELPING OTHERS. -LEISURE MUST SER...
LEISURE AS A SYMBOL OF SOCIAL CLASS -LEISURE IS SEEN AS A SYMBOL OF SOCIAL STATUS. -CONSPICUOUS CONSUMPTION: -THE LAVISH S...
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Chapter 1

  1. 1. CHAPTER 1 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1) Define &quot;leisure.&quot; 2) Explain Neulinger's Paradigm. 3) Explain the Classical View of Leisure. 4) Explain the Antiutilitarian View of Leisure? 5) Explain the Social Instrument View of Leisure? 6) Explain the Leisure as a Symbol of Social Class View of Leisure?
  2. 2. LEISURE <ul><li>UNOBLIGATED TIME WHEN ONE IS NOT WORKING OR PERFORMING OTHER LIFE-SUSTAINING FUNCTIONS. </li></ul><ul><li>FREE TIME. </li></ul>
  3. 3. CASUAL LEISURE VS SERIOUS LEISURE CASUAL: -IMMEDIATELY INTRINSICALLY REWARDING -SHORT-LIVED BENEFITS -REQUIRE LITTLE OR NO SPECIAL TRAINING SERIOUS: -DURABLE, LASTING BENEFITS -IDENTIFY STRONGLY WITH THE ACTIVITY -EXPERIENCE DIFFERENT STAGES OF ACHIEVEMENT/INVOLVEMENT IN THE ACTIVITY DURING LIFETIME
  4. 4. WORK -OBLIGATED TIME. -INVOLVES CONSTRAINT/COMMITMENT.
  5. 5. PERSONAL CARE -TIME DEVOTED TO THE MAINTENANCE OF AN INDIVIDUAL’S WELL-BEING. -BASIC NECESSITIES OF LIFE.
  6. 6. RECREATION -AN ACTIVITY PERFORMED DURING LEISURE TIME FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENJOYMENT. -LEISURE SPORTING ACTIVITIES.
  7. 7. CHARACTERISTICS OF RECREATION 1) Participation is voluntary, not obligatory (mandatory, required) 2) Participation purposes: fun, enjoyment, revitalization 3) Involves activity as opposed to idleness/rest 4) Participation usually intrinsically motivated 5) Attitude toward the activity, not the activity itself 6) Benefits: Physically, Mentally and/or Socially
  8. 8. <ul><li>WORK, PERSONAL CARE, RECREATION, LEISURE </li></ul><ul><li>Sleep: Is it personal care or a leisure activity? </li></ul><ul><li>Enjoyable Work: Can work time be considered leisure time because it is so enjoyable? </li></ul><ul><li>Unenjoyable Free Time:( working out) Work time or leisure time? </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Personal care when the sleep is required for well-being. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Leisure activity when it’s sleep for the sake of sleep (weekends). </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Always classified as work time. If you win the lottery would you still work? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Leisure because it is voluntary </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>If activity is one of free choice it is a leisure activity. </li></ul></ul>
  9. 9. VIEWS OF LEISURE
  10. 10. 1) NEULINGER’S PARADIGM OF LEISURE -DIVIDES ALL ACTIVITIES INTO 2 CATEGORIES: 1) LEISURE: PERCEIVED FREEDOM 2) NONLEISURE: PERCEIVED CONSTRAINT -CLASSIFIES LEISURE & NONLEISURE ACTIVITIES BY MOTIVATION TYPE 1) INTRINSIC (INTERNAL) -MOTIVATION COMES FROM REWARDS INHERENT TO AN ACTIVITY ITSELF. -EXAMPLE: LOVING TO PLAY BASEBALL. 2) EXTRINSIC (EXTERNAL) -MOTIVATION COMES FROM REWARDS OUTSIDE OF THE PERFORMER. -EXAMPLE: LOVING THE MONEY MADE FROM PLAYING BASEBALL. -ACTIVITES CAN BE INTRINSICALLY, EXTRINSICALLY, OR BOTH MOTIVATED.
  11. 11. LEISURE CATEGORIES
  12. 12. PURE LEISURE -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE FREELY ENGAGED IN & ARE TOTALLY INTRINSICALLY MOTIVATED. -DOING AN ACTIVITY FOR ITS OWN SAKE. NO EXTERNAL AWARDS OT INCENTIVES.
  13. 13. LEISURE WORK -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE FREELY ENGAGED IN & COMBINE BOTH INTRINSIC & EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION. -THE REWARDS/INCENTIVES FOR DOING ACTIVITES COME FROM WITHIN & OUTSIDE THE PERFORMER.
  14. 14. LEISURE JOB -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE FREELY ENGAGED IN & ARE TOTALLY EXTRINSICALLY MOTIVATED. -THE REWARDS/INCENTIVES FOR PARTICIPATING IN AN ACTIVITY COME SOLELY FROM OUTSIDE THE PERFORMER.
  15. 15. NONLEISURE CATEGORIES
  16. 16. PURE WORK -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE PARTICIPATED IN UNDER SOME KIND OF CONSTRAINT, & ARE TOTALLY INTRINSICALLY MOTIVATED.
  17. 17. WORK JOB -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE PARTICIPATED IN UNDER SOME KIND OF CONSTRAINT & COMBINE BOTH INTRINSIC & EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION.
  18. 18. PURE JOB -ACTIVITIES THAT ARE PERFORMED IN UNDER SOME KIND OF CONSTRAINT, & ARE TOTALLY EXTRINSICALLY MOTIVATED.
  19. 19. CLASSICAL/TRADITIONAL VIEW OF LEISURE -LEISURE IS A HIGHLY STATE OF MIND/BEING THAT IS REALIZED THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN INTRINSICALLY MOTIVATED ACTIVITIES. -FREE TIME & LEISURE IN THIS VIEW ARE NOT SYNONYMOUS. -LEISURE IS HIGHLY VALUED & VIEWED AS AN ALMOST SPIRITUAL STATE EXPERIENCED THROUGH ACTIVITIES.
  20. 20. ANTIUTILITARIAN VIEW OF LEISURE -LEISURE IS PERCEIVED AS A STATE OF MIND. -LEISURE DOES NOT NEED TO SERVE ANY USEFUL PURPOSE & NEEDS NO JUSTIFICATION.
  21. 21. SOCIAL INSTRUMENT VIEW OF LEISURE -LEISURE IS SEEN AS A MEANS OF PROMOTING SELF-FROWTH & HELPING OTHERS. -LEISURE MUST SERVE A USEFUL PURPOSE.
  22. 22. LEISURE AS A SYMBOL OF SOCIAL CLASS -LEISURE IS SEEN AS A SYMBOL OF SOCIAL STATUS. -CONSPICUOUS CONSUMPTION: -THE LAVISH SPENDING ON GOODS/SERVICES ACQUIRED MAINLY FOR THE PURPOSE OF DISPLAYING TO OTHERS INCOME/WEALTH.

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