Can we balance the needs of the host, the environment and the visitor? Most people live for their leisure, recreation and travel opportunities. Managing Environments for Leisure and Recreation seeks to bring together the different strands of thought that inform the management of settings, for leisure and recreation. The text shows how a positive difference can be made to such activities, by taking a balanced approach in managing for the environment and for people, both now, and into the future. Managing Environments for Leisure and Recreation urges managers to balance the need for a systematic approach, with the need for a systemic development of an environmental management ethic. It is highly illustrated with over 50 line drawings and includes many case studies from around the world.Range Rover of North America (1990) Tread Lightly, pleate: a Range Rover guide to off-road responsihility, Lanham, MD: Range Rover of North America. ... Robinson, L. (1999) a#39;Following the quality strategy: the reasons for the use of quality management in UK public leisure facilitiesa#39;, ... Rothbart, M.K. (1996) a#39; Incongruity, problem-solving and laughtera#39;, in Chapman, A.J. and Foot, H.C. (eds) Humor andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Managing Environments for Leisure and Recreation|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2001|