This set of 12 volumes, originally published between 1938 and 2001, amalgamates a wide breadth of research on Leisure Studies, including works on young people and leisure, the family, and political influence on the leisure industry. This collection of books from some of the leading scholars in the field provides a comprehensive overview of the subject how it has evolved over time, and will be of particular interest to students of sociology and leisure studies.
Table of Contents
1. Freedom and Constraint: The Paradoxes of Leisure Edited by Fred Coalter (1989) 2. The Problem of Leisure Henry William Durant (1938) 3. Exploring Sport and Leisure Disasters: A Socio-Legal Perspective Hazel Hartley (2001) 4. Understanding Leisure L. J. Haywood, F. C. Kew, P. Bramham, J. Spink, J. Capenerhurst and I. Henry (1989) 5. Leisure Identities and Interactions John R. Kelly (1983) 6. Freedom to Be: A New Sociology of Leisure John R. Kelly (1987) 7. Young People and Leisure John Leigh (1971) 8. Leisure and the Family Life Cycle Rhona Rapoport, Robert N. Rapoport and Ziona Strelitz (1975) 9. Youth and Leisure Kenneth Roberts (1983) 10. Land and Leisure: Concepts and Methods in Outdoor Recreation Edited by Carlton S. Van Doren, George B. Priddle and John E. Lewis (1979) 11. Leisure and the Future A. J. Veal (1987) 12. Politics and Leisure John Wilson (1988)
Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field.