Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Recreation and Leisure (3 cr)
R160 | 6470 | D Knapp


Recreation and Leisure
5:30-7:15p     T     BH 109

Discussions (DS)
6471     9:05-9:55a     F     HP012
6472     10:10-11:00a   F     HP013
6473     11:15-12:05p   F     HP013
6474     11:15-12:05p   F     HP019
6475     12:20-1:10p    F     HP017
6476     12:20-1:10p    F     HP019

Students must register for one of the discussion sections when
registering for this class.

Description:  An introduction to the field of recreation and leisure
from the viewpoint of the individual as a consumer and of societal
agencies as providers of leisure services.  Includes philosophy,
history, theory, and a survey of public and private leisure service
organizations.

Goals:  After completing this course, students will be able to: 1)
understand the concept of leisure and recreation, 2) describe the
industry and structure of the industry, and 3) identify key works in
leisure and recreation.

Required Text:  Russell, R.V.  (1996).
Pasttimes; The Context of Contemporary Leisure.