• Published 2002

Running head: RECREATIONAL SPECIALIZATION

@inproceedings{Scott2002RunningHR,
  title={Running head: RECREATIONAL SPECIALIZATION},
  author={David B. Scott and Carl Scott Shafer},
  year={2002}
}
Recreational specialization has generally been treated by leisure researchers as a measure of intensity of involvement and has been used to explore variation among activity participants in terms of their preferences, motivations, attitudes, and the like. A close look at Bryan’s (1977, 1979) original writings, however, reveals that he regarded specialization foremost as a developmental process that entails a progression in behavior, attitudes, and preferences. In this paper, we examine how… CONTINUE READING

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