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  • Author:
    John Neulinger
  • ISBN:
    0398031061
  • ISBN13:
    978-0398031060
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    Thomas; Loose Cover edition (1974)
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    216 pages
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This book reports a worthwhile effort by one discipline - psychology- to solve the mystery of leisure

This book reports a worthwhile effort by one discipline - psychology- to solve the mystery of leisure. Because psycologist have pioneered investigation in this field and carry a wealth of experience, these latest findings deserve to reach a wide audience.

1984) ‘Psychological Studies of the Leisure Experience,’ special issue of Society and Leisure . oogle Scholar.

Neulinger, J. (1981) The Psychology of Leisure (2nd edn), Springfield, IL, Charles C. Thomas. Ouellet, G. (Guest e. (1984) ‘Psychological Studies of the Leisure Experience,’ special issue of Society and Leisure . Parry, D. C. and Shinew, K. J. (2004) ‘The Constraining Impact of Infertility on Women’s Leisure Lifestyles,’ Leisure Sciences 26: 295–308. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

The Function of society was to provide the freedom necessary to achieve this goal

The Function of society was to provide the freedom necessary to achieve this goal. However, this was along time ago and much has happened since. Leisure has changed from an ideal and virtue into a problem and even a vice.

John Neulinger (April 26, 1924 - June 20, 1991) was a noted German-American psychologist and Professor Emeritus of psychology at City College of New York. Neulinger is best known for contributing a social psychological theory of leisure to the field of leisure studies. Neulinger's theory of leisure is defined by a psychological state of mind that requires two criteria for leisure: perceived freedom and intrinsic motivation

Approaches to student leisure and the student development movement are contrasted, and implications for practitioners .

Approaches to student leisure and the student development movement are contrasted, and implications for practitioners (. PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved). Csikszentmihalyi’s Flow theory has done more than most to illuminate the study of the leisure experience, providing valuable insights into how the activities of everyday life come to be invested wi th meaning and experienced as enjoyable.

Published 1974 by Thomas in Springfield, Ill.

Leisure has changed from an ideal and virtue into a problem and even a vice. the function of society is no longer to guarantee leisure, but to guarantee work. A man professing leisure as his life's aim is frowned upon; instead, admiration goes to those who toil for the good for the nation and not to those who just want to be themselves. Visit Seller's Storefront.

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AT one time leisure was an aspired goal, a state sought by all, for in it men could fulfill themselves and their loftiest aims: the search for truth and aesthetic experiences. The Function of society was to provide the freedom necessary to achieve this goal. However , this was along time ago and much has happened since. Leisure has changed from an ideal and virtue into a problem and even a vice. the function of society is no longer to guarantee leisure, but to guarantee work. A man professing leisure as his life's aim is frowned upon; instead, admiration goes to those who toil for the good for the nation and not to those who just want to be themselves.