African-American Recreation at Two Corps of Engineers Projects : A Preliminary Assessment

@inproceedings{Dunn1999AfricanAmericanRA,
  title={African-American Recreation at Two Corps of Engineers Projects : A Preliminary Assessment},
  author={Robert A Dunn and U. S. U. S. Army},
  year={1999}
}
In spring 1998, extensive fieldwork was conducted at five Corps projects to study firsthand the outdoor recreational habits and preferences of African-, Hispanic-, and AsianAmericans. Activities included interviews with Corps project personnel and minority visitors, ethnographic observation of visitor recreational behavior, and a series of focus group meetings with ethnic minority visitors. The data obtained will be summarized in a series of Natural Resources Technical Notes on minority… CONTINUE READING

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