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by: Carole Johnston III


Carole Johnston III
Texas A&M
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RPTS 340 Notes Unit 1 De ning Diversity Leisure Constraints 1 What do we mean by leisure constraints A Factors that impede block participation in desired activities locales or services Factors that inhibit participation at desired intensity C Factors that result in ceasing participation D Factors that impede or block leisure involvement in general E Factors that inhibit enjoyment or satisfaction in current activities locales or services 03 p 1 p 1 Relationship of constraints to leisure preferences and leisure participation A Intrapersonal constraints individual psychological states or attributes that shape leisure preferences constraintsgt preferencesgt participation Intrapersonal constraints may include personality needs prior socialization abilities and perceived reference group attitudes These factors predispose individuals to define leisure objects activities locales or services as appopriate or inappropriate interesting or uninteresting boring or fun etc N B Interpersonal constraints Constraints that arise from interaction with other people Both leisure preferences and leisure participation may be shaped by these relationships constraints gt preferences constraints gt participation 1 Others39 preferences may take precedence over one s own preferences 2 Contact with others may change the way you think about leisure activities 3 Other people may treat individual as an outsider and not welcome himher to the quotclubquot C Structural constraints EXtemal factors typically outside people s control that intervene between leisure preferences and leisure participation Preferencesgt constraintsgt participation 111 General points concerning constraints Some constraints cut across a range of activities Some constraints are activity specific Constraints are highly related to age gender race income and disability status Constraints may be interrelated with one another Some constraints may be permanent while others may be temporary People may or may not be aware of how constraints impact their leisure involvement Practitioners may help individual remove some constraints but not others Practitioners must realize that the removal of a constraint will not automatically result in visitation increased participation satisfaction enjoyment and so on FQWWUOW


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