2 edition of Leisure cultures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Scott Fleming, Ian Jones.|
|Series||LSA publication -- no. 79, Journeys in leisure -- 4|
|Contributions||Fleming, Scott., Jones, Ian, 1970-, Leisure Studies Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 221 p. :|
|Number of Pages||221|
This edited volume offers an historical perspective on the creation of a global mass industry around skiing. By focusing on the ski resort as loci par excellence for global exchange, the contributors consider the development of skiing around the world during the crucial post-war years.. With its global lens, Leisure Cultures and the Making of Modern Ski Resorts highlights . The theme of the conference was Leisure Futures, Leisure Cultures. The location of the conference reflected the theme. Fremantle offered delegates a unique experience of history, culture and a glimpse of the future. This edited book contains fourteen articles carefully selected from over refereed papers, poster and workshop presentations.
Leisure cultures in urban Europe, c– - Browse and buy the Hardcover edition of Leisure cultures in urban Europe, c– by Peter Borsay. this book is an invitation to join in that process of learning as well as to engage in the full potential of leisure and of life. Any book such as this one is built on the contributions of many others, acknowledged and unacknowledged. To countless colleagues I am grateful for the.
Probing behind the "wide-open city" moniker Butte has worn so well, Mining Cultures shows how the western city evolved from a male-dominated mining enclave to a community in which men and women participated on a more equal basis as leisure patterns changed and consumer culture grew. Mary Murphy's engagingly written book is the first serious look at how women worked . Leisure & Sport Dundee. Dundee Sports Awards. Health and Wellbeing. Using your Library. Local History Centre. Wighton Heritage Centre. Services for Children. 24/7 Information. The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum. Mills Observatory. .
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Whether analyzing the legacy of the World Cup or the Olympics; urban games or suburban leisure; historical traditions or modern spaces in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia- his essays show how sport and leisure cultures contribute to the dynamics of power in by: Book: Fringe Cultures By Travel & Leisure German Travel Cultures (Leisure, Consumption and Culture) [Rudy Koshar] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Travel guidebooks are an important part of contemporary culture, but we know relatively little about their history and importance to the evolution of tourism. Germany not only produced the first international standard for travel handbooksCited by: This book also demonstrates the interdisciplinary nature of studying digital leisure cultures.
To make sense of how individuals and institutions use digital spaces it is necessary to draw on history, science and technology, philosophy, cultural studies, sociology and geography, as well as sport and leisure studies. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations Leisure cultures book 24 cm.
Contents: The gendering of computer gaming: experience and space / Jo Bryce and Jason Rutter --The global, the local and the subcultural: virtual communities and popular music in Singapore / Yasser Mattar --"These are the voyages ": issues around.
The best travel journals, budgeting titles, self-help must-reads, and even a book chock-full of adventurous bucket list items — we’ve got it all listed, below. Start SlideshowAuthor: Kim Duong. “Leisure Cultures and the Making of Modern Ski Resorts is a compendium of nine heavily researched papers.
Leisure Cultures is a work of fresh and fascinating ski history.” (John Fry, Skiing History, Vol. 31 (3), May-June, ). This book also demonstrates the interdisciplinary nature of studying digital leisure cultures. To make sense of how individuals and institutions use digital spaces it is necessary to draw on history, science and technology, philosophy, cultural studies, sociology and geography, as well as sport and leisure : Taylor And Francis.
Through ethnographic techniques, Tomlinson uses sport and leisure to explore issues of identity, globalization, American cultural hegemony, and the media.
Whether analyzing the World Cup or the Olympics; urban games or suburban leisure, Tomlinson's essays show how sport and leisure cultures contribute to power dynamics in societies. Football in the Societies and Cultures of the Middle and Far East --Local Cultures --Patterns of Consumption in Sport and Leisure Cultures: Urban Space and Suburban Fears --The Politics of Men's Leisure: Northern English Working-Class Culture in the s --Continuities and Change in Male Working-Class Leisure: The Case of Knur and Spell.
Book; Published by: Manchester University Press; View contents. View Citation; summary. This collection of essays examines the history of urban leisure cultures in Europe during the transition from the early modern to the modern period. Bringing together research on a wide variety of activities – from the theatre and art exhibitions to spas Author: Peter Borsay, Jan Hein Hein Furnee.
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understanding of children’s and young people’s leisure cultures. To conclude the book with the doers is a way to encourage the reader to hold on to, and keep thinking about, the complexities of leisure cultures from the point of view of children and young people themselves.
DOI link for Digital Leisure Cultures. Digital Leisure Cultures book. Critical perspectives. Edited By Sandro Carnicelli, David McGillivray, Gayle McPherson.
Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 August Pub. location London. Imprint : Massimo Ragnedda, Bruce Mutsvairo. Book Description: This collection of essays examines the history of urban leisure cultures in Europe during the transition from the early modern to the modern period.
Bringing together research on a wide variety of activities – from the theatre and art exhibitions to spas, seaside resorts and games – it develops a new scholarly agenda for.
One of the most important philosophy titles published in the twentieth century, Josef Pieper's Leisure, the Basis of Culture is more significant, even more crucial, today than it was when it first appeared more than fifty years ago.
This edition also includes his work The Philosophical Act/5(2). LEISURE ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF LEISURE 21 nately, authors of recent introductory texts have begun to recognize this and to deal with issues of diversity and multiculturalism in Western society. Several of the most recent texts also discuss leisure among members of preindustrial cultures (e.g., Godbey.
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Friendly Santorini. The rise in the use of the term ‘digital leisure cultures’ has gained prominence in academic circles over the past few years (Spracklen, ). The idea for this book arose out of a specially convened digital cultures stream and subsequent discussions that took place at the Leisure Studies Conference at the University of the West of.
By focusing on the ski resort as loci par excellence for global exchange, the contributors consider the development of skiing around the world during the crucial post-war years. With its global lens, Leisure Cultures and the Making of Modern Ski Resorts highlights both commonalities and differences between countries.
Experts across various. Concepts such as leisure as ‘chora’ or a space for becoming and persons engaged in leisure as ‘chorasters’ may be able to tap into leisure experiences in other cultures.
Leisure retains, however, its sense of ‘heterotopia’, that is, a space somehow apart or different from one's routine everyday activities and their associated.The thesis of this book is that people's lives -both women's and men's-may be enriched through opportunities for leisure.
Examining and reflecting on gender relations empowers individuals to work for personal and social changes that will do much to enhance the leisure lives of women and men. We hope this book provides a synthesis of where an understanding of women, gender. The Theory of the Leisure Class: An Economic Study of Institutions (), by Thorstein Veblen, is a treatise on economics and a detailed, social critique of conspicuous consumption, as a function of social class and of consumerism, derived from the social stratification of people and the division of labour, which are social institutions of the feudal period (9th–15th c.) that have Author: Thorstein Veblen.