ERIC Number: ED263106
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985-Apr
Reference Count: 0
Perspectives on Family Recreation and Leisure: A National Symposium. [Papers presented at] The Centennial National Conference of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (Atlanta, GA, April 17-21, 1985).
Kelsey, Craig, Ed.; Gray, Howard, Ed.
These articles represent family recreation research, ideas for families that are in "non-traditional" settings or situations, family strengthening concepts through recreation, church-based concepts as well as a challenge for the professional. Articles included are: (1) "Family Leisure and Recreation: A Bibliography" (Arlin Epperson); (2) "What Research is Telling Us about Family Recreation" (S. Harold Smith); (3) "More Theory in Researching Discretionary Time?" (James C. Peterson); (4) "Criminal Rehabilitation through Structured Family Leisure" (Ron Mendell, Donald Schneller); (5) "The Effects of Unemployment on the Family Leisure of Unemployed Steelworkers" (Lisa Pesavento Raymond); (6) "Families with a Handicapped Child and Their Leisure Needs" (Jean E. Folkerth); (7)"Strengthening Families of Developmentally Disabled Children" (Steven L. Sims); (8) "A Persepctive on Leisure and Single Parent Families" (Carlton F. Yoshioka); (9) "Using the Family Council to Establish a Successful Family Leisure Lifestyle" (Robert E. Sorenson); (10) "How Recreation Can Strengthen Marriages and Families" (Thomas B. Holman); (11) "Stress Mangement: A Family Program" (Richard D. Gordin); (12) "Family Recreation Ministry" (Robert P. Raus); (13) "The Use of Instructional Games in the Retention of Learning with Families: A Church Recreation Case Study" (Howard Gray, Dean Halladay); (14) "Building Family Cohesiveness through a Weekly Family Activity Night" (Craig W. Kelsey); (15) "Family Recreation: Together is Better" (David J. Staniford); (16) "Teaching Your Kids to Dance (at Home)" (Mike Vander Griend); (17) "The History of Commercial Recreation and Its Role in the Provision of Family Recreation" (E. Taylor Ellis); and (18) "Challenge for Recreation Professionals: Family Recreation" (Jean Loveland). (JD)
Descriptors: Family Influence, Family Life, Family Role, Leisure Time, Life Style, Parent Child Relationship, Recreational Activities
Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 84602
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Reston, VA. American Association for Leisure and Recreation.