“Grannie's got to go fishing”: meanings and experiences of family leisure for three-generation families in rural and urban settings

@article{Hebblethwaite2014GranniesGT,
  title={“Grannie's got to go fishing”: meanings and experiences of family leisure for three-generation families in rural and urban settings},
  author={Shannon Hebblethwaite},
  journal={World Leisure Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={56},
  pages={42 - 61}
}
  • Shannon Hebblethwaite
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • World Leisure Journal
  • The purpose of this interpretive study was to explore how the sociospatial context in Canada (rural vs. urban) shaped the perspectives, meanings and experiences of family leisure for three-generation families (grandparents, parents and adult grandchildren). Sixteen family triads were interviewed about their experience of family leisure. Specifically, rural and urban families were compared to understand similarities and differences in their experiences. Family leisure, although not without its… CONTINUE READING
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