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Problem solving in recreation and parks

Joseph J. Bannon

Problem solving in recreation and parks

by Joseph J. Bannon

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Published by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Recreation leadership -- Case studies.,
  • Recreation -- Management -- Case studies.,
  • Parks -- Management -- Case studies.,
  • Problem solving -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementJoseph J. Bannon.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV181.4 .B36 1981
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 396 p. :
    Number of Pages396
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4097176M
    ISBN 100137117701
    LC Control Number80011448

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    Solving the “Recreation Problem”: The Development of the National Recreation Area Posted by Mary Striegel On Febru In News This presentation was part of A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June , The last section addresses leadership in a number of recreation, parks and leisure service settings. New chapters in this addition include Caring and Ethical Leadership; Leading Change: Innovation, Decision Making and Problem Solving; Leadership and Diversity and Leadership and the Programming by: 1.


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Problem Solving in Recreation and Parks offers a problem-solving model that should aid such leaders in developing a systematic approach to the vital issues they confront. It also includes a series of case studies depicting typical day-to-day problems faced by administrators, supervisors, leaders, and recreation and park boards and commissions.

This book is a useful tool for recreation educators in carrying out their responsibilities for preparing the next generation for effective service in recreation and parks. The need for this book is apparent, because few recreation curricula include courses in problem : Margaret L.

Arnold, Linda A. Heyne, James A. Busser. Following a general dicussion, a problem-solving model is presented. One hundred case studies concerning US recreation and parks are then set out, with identification of the situation and problem and suggested references and key words for literature : J.

Bannon. These case studies test students' abilities to apply ethical problem solving by using the three-step method presented earlier in the book. The studies present issues in four major areas of recreation and leisure.

Issues in Recreation and Leisure: Ethical Decision Making provides new insights into the recreation and leisure profession. It comes with a flexible format that can be used for one- to three-credit-hour courses in recreation issues.

This book takes advantage of that fact, using recreational mathematics — problems, puzzles and games — to teach students how to think critically. Encouraging active participation rather than just observation, the book focuses less on mathematical results than on how these results can be applied to thinking about problems and solving them.5/5(2).

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Summarize the article or book in 3 pages or less, capturing the author's view of the nature of problem solving/decision making, and the steps in the process. Simple Solutions to Common Park and Recreation Problems. Last month during the Opening General Session of NRPA’s annual conference in New Orleans, NRPA CEO and President Barbara Tulipane noted that it’s time for parks to focus on providing solutions to the community.

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In this fourth edition, the authors bridge a serious gap by providing a basic process through which individuals can learn specific knowledge and functional skills of Price Range: $ - $. Part III contains a consideration of professionalism in parks and recreation and related fields, a peek into the future, and eight contemporary case studies drawn from leisure services fields.Many of the most important mathematical concepts were developed from recreational problems.

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