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Vol 37, No 4 (2019) Whose National Park Service? An Examination of Relevancy, Diversity, and Inclusion Programs from 2005–2016 Abstract
Courtney L. Schultz, Jason N. Bocarro, KangJae Jerry Lee, Aby Sene-Harper, Mickey Fearn, Myron F. Floyd
 
Vol 38, No 1 (2020): Special Issue–Marketing Leisure with Diverse Populations Introduction to the Special Issue–Building Bridges Instead of Walls: Marketing with Minoritized Populations Abstract
Daniel Theriault, Brooke Burke
 
Vol 38, No 1 (2020): Special Issue–Marketing Leisure with Diverse Populations The Value of Ethnic History Studies to Cultural Competence in Organized Youth Recreation Abstract
Daniel Theriault, Rasul Mowatt
 
Vol 36, No 2 (2018): Special Issue–Climate Change and Outdoor Recreation: Shifting Supply and Demand An Education Model to Promote Inclusive Leisure Services Abstract
John Dattilo
 
Vol 30, No 2 (2012) A Nationwide Look at Inclusion: Gains and Gaps Abstract
Mary Ann Devine
 
Vol 38, No 1 (2020): Special Issue–Marketing Leisure with Diverse Populations The Dirty Kanza and #200women200miles: Constraints to Female Participation in a Male-Dominated Sport Abstract
Lauren E. Mullenbach, J. Tom Mueller, Alan R. Graefe
 
Vol 37, No 4 (2019) Perceptions of Programming Needs for Inclusive Leisure Services Abstract
John Dattilo, Gary N. Siperstein, Emily D. McDowell, Stuart J. Schleien, Emily B. Whitaker, Martin E. Block, Mark Spolidoro, Jessie Bari, Aron Hall
 
Vol 24, No 2 (2006) Importance-Performance Analysis of Supportive Recreation Inclusion Services: Community Agency Perspective Abstract
Kathleen G. Scholl, Angela Glanz, Amy Davison
 
Vol 27, No 1 (2009) Search for Best Practices in Inclusive Recreation: Preliminary Findings Abstract
Stuart J. Schleien, Kimberly D. Miller, Mary Shea
 
Vol 35, No 2 (2017) Dreaming About Access: The Experiences of Transgender Individuals in Public Recreation Abstract  PDF
Linda Oakleaf, Laurel P. Richmond
 
Vol 27, No 2 (2009) Including Children with Behavioral Difficulties in Community Recreation: An Organizational Case Study of One Behavior Management Approach Abstract
Laura J. McMahon, Erin K. Sharpe
 
Vol 10, No 2 (1992) Three Approaches for Integrating Persons with Disabilities into Community Recreation Abstract
Stuart J. Schleien, Frederick P. Green
 
Vol 17, No 4 (1999) Inclusive Leisure Services: Results of a National Survey of Park and Recreation Departments Abstract
Mary Ann Devine, Linda Kotowski
 
Vol 18, No 3 (2000) The Meaning of Disability: Volume 18, Number3 pp. 35-52 Implications for Inclusive Leisure Services for Youth With and Without Disabilities. Abstract
Mary Ann Devine, Barbara Wilhite
 
Vol 18, No 4 (2000) A Statewide Needs Assessment Using Focus Groups: Perceived Challenges and Goals in Providing Inclusive Recreation Services in Rural Communities Abstract
Lynn Anderson, Linda Heyne
 
Vol 19, No 4 (2001) Inclusion of Individuals With Disabilities in Public Park and Recreation Programs: Are Agencies Ready? Abstract
Mary Ann Devine, John McGovern
 
Vol 22, No 2 (2004) Outdoor Recreation Participation of People with Mobility Disabilities: Selected Results of the National Survey of Recreation and the Environment Abstract
Richard Williams, Hans Vogelsong, Gary Green, Ken Cordell
 
Vol 24, No 1 (2006): Special Issue–Partnerships: Partnership Advances and Challenges Facing the Park and Recreation Profession Creating Racially/Ethnically Inclusive Partnerships in Natural Resource Management and Outdoor Recreation: The Challenges, Issues, and Strategies Abstract
Richard O.B. Makopondo
 
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