Benefits and Constraints Associated with the Use of an Urban Park Reported by a Sample of Elderly in Hong Kong

@inproceedings{Hung2006BenefitsAC,
  title={Benefits and Constraints Associated with the Use of an Urban Park Reported by a Sample of Elderly in Hong Kong},
  author={Kam Hung and John Lionel Crompton},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract The purpose of the study was to explore the constraints and benefits associated with the use of an urban park by a sample of elderly people in Hong Kong. The proportion of elderly in the population of Hong Kong is increasing rapidly. Although a substantial body of research on leisure and the elderly exists in western societies, no previous research on this subject in Hong Kong has been reported, and it seemed likely that cultural differences would lead to some different perspectives. A… CONTINUE READING

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