Leisure Unemployed Voluntarism. Value Theory, Miscellaneous. Similar books and articles. Added to PP index 2015-02-13.
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Politics of Leisure (LSA Publication). 0906337283 (ISBN13: 9780906337288).
This brief publication contains a series of papers dealing with the subject of leisure. It encounters the predictable problems when a committee sets itself the task of writing about a topic that its members can not define. The ambiguities of leisure coupled with the ambiguities of mental health quite naturally lead to a somewhat diffuse presentation.
Leisure : Politics, Planning and People. Publisher Leisure Studies Association. Publication City/Country Eastbourne, United Kingdom. ISBN13 9780906337257.
These are the books that demonstrated the burgeoning academic interest in leisure . In 1973, following the publication of Leisure and Society in Britain, he and John Haworth organised a one-day conference at Salford where the schedule and the designated room were overwhelmed by the numbers attending. Some of the papers presented became the contents of Work and Leisure (above). At that time leisure studies, and the LSA, had the backing of a number of academic heavyweights who gave the project credibility.
Books and special issues of journals. Professor Alan Walker - Publication.
Leisure Studies and Cultural Studies in Britain Alan Tomlinson. 73. The Need to Work Sean Sayers.
Politics and Leisure Thelma McCormack. 42. Hegemony and Mass Culture: A Semiotic Approach M. Gottdiener. 43. The Regulation of Experience: Leisure in a Market Society Robert E. Lane. Donajgrodzki (Totowa, . Rowman and Littlefield, 1977. 258 p. Martin J. Wiener. Leisure Studies and Cultural Studies in Britain Alan Tomlinson.
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Operational planning (OP) is the process of planning strategic goals and objectives to tactical goals and objectives
Operational planning (OP) is the process of planning strategic goals and objectives to tactical goals and objectives. It describes milestones, conditions for success and explains how, or what portion of, a strategic plan will be put into operation during a given operational period, in the case of commercial application, a fiscal year or another given budgetary term.