The Journal of Leisure Research is the official refereed publication of the National Recreation and Park Association in cooperation with The University of Illinois and Sagamore Publishing LLC. The Journal is devoted to original investigations that contribute new knowledge and understanding to the field of leisure studies.
Articles are the expressions of the authors and are not statements of policy of the National Recreation and Park Association, The University of Illinois, or Sagamore Publishing LLC.
Call for Editor
|Applications are now being accepted for the position of editor for the Journal of Leisure Research for a three-year term from January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2016. The new editor will begin receiving manuscript during the fall of 2013. The position is voluntary in nature but requires institutional support. A small stipend is included to help cover expenses.|
Call for Papers: Special Issue of the Journal of Leisure Research
Intersections between Social and Environmental Justice and Leisure Research: A Call for Action
A special issue of the Journal of Leisure Research focused on social and environmental justice will be published in July, 2014. Researchers are invited to submit manuscripts that consider issues of social and environmental justice within perspectives of recreation and leisure. The deadline for manuscript submission is June 30, 2013.
Vol 45, No 3 (2013)
Table of Contents
|Interracial Contact Experience during Recreational Basketball and Soccer: Korean American Males’ Perspectives|
|KangJae Jerry Lee, David Scott|
|Engendering Wilderness: Body, Belonging, and Refuge|
|Angela M. Meyer, William T. Borrie|
|An Investigation of Constraints Restricting Urban Nigerian Women from Participating in Recreational Sport Activities|
|Emeka Anaza, Jacqueline McDowell|
|Toward an Approach for Measuring Indicators of Facility Carrying Capacity in Outdoor Recreation Areas|
|Mark D. Needham, Robyn L. Ceurvorst, Joanne F. Tynon|
|Malling as a Leisure Activity in South Korea|
|Changsup Shim, Carla A. Santos, Mack Joong Choi|
|Does Leisure Time as a Stress Coping Resource Increase Affective Complexity?: Applying the Dynamic Model of Affect (DMA)|
|Xinyi (Lisa) Qian, Careen M. Yarnal, David M. Almeida|
|Contested Waters: A Social History of Swimming Pools in America|