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relationship between work and leisure

Graham L. Staines

relationship between work and leisure

by Graham L. Staines

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Published by Reproduced by National Technical Information Service in Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Work and family -- United States.,
  • Leisure -- Social aspects -- United States.,
  • Social surveys -- United States.,
  • Married people -- Employment -- Social aspects -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGraham L. Staines and Pamela O"Connor, University of Michigan Survey Research Center.
    ContributionsO"Connor, Pamela., University of Michigan. Survey Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76 leaves ;
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13590838M

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    Product Information. This book traces the history of the relationship between work and leisure, from the 'leisure preference' of male workers in the eighteenth century, through the increase in working hours in the later eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, to their progressive decline from to This chapter is concerned with the relationship between individual differences (personality) and non-occupational behaviours, i.e. behaviours outside of work. There are various typologies which have attempted to set out the precise relationship between work and non-work, usually leisure (Furnham, b).Author: Adrian Furnham.

      Between Work and Leisure aims to debunk the prevailing myth that work and leisure are wholly separate and, often as not, mutually antagonistic spheres of life. Stebbins shows that a close relationship between leisure and work offers the opportunity for people to find joy in work just as they do in by:   In the ancient world there was a sharp division between masters and slaves. But here is a new social order, in which work and leisure are not divided along class lines. Everyone should work, and everyone should rest, because everyone should be free to worship God.


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Between Work and Leisure aims to debunk the prevailing myth that work and leisure are wholly separate and, often as not, mutually antagonistic spheres of life.

Stebbins shows that a close relationship between leisure and work offers the opportunity for people to find joy in work just as they do in leisure; at bottom, it is qualitatively the.

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Between Work and Leisure aims to debunk the prevailing myth that work and leisure are separate and mutually antagonistic spheres of life. Stebbins shows that a close relationship between leisure and work is positive, offering people the possibility of finding joy in work just as they do in leisure.

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Between Work and Leisure aims to debunk the prevailing myth that work and leisure are separate and mutually antagonistic spheres of life. Stebbins shows that a close relationship between leisure and work is positive, offering people the possibility of finding joy in work just as they do in leisure.

This book traces the history of the relationship between work and leisure, from the ‘leisure preference’ of male workers in the eighteenth century, through the increase in working hours in the later eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, to their Cited by: 4.

Noun; Freedom provided by the cessation of activities. Time free from work or duties. * Sir W. Temple ; The desire of leisure is much more natural than of business and care.

*Jane Austen, Sense and Sensibility, chapter 11 Little had Mrs. Dashwood or her daughters imagined when they first came into Devonshire, that so many engagements would arise to occupy their. In Praise of Idleness: Bertrand Russell on the Relationship Between Leisure and Social Justice “Good nature is, of all moral qualities, the one that the world needs most, and good nature is the result of ease and security, not of a life of arduous struggle.” By Maria Popova.

Achieving the balance between work and leisure can be difficult. Understanding that it is not only nice to achieve balance, but absolutely necessary for both our productivity and enjoyment is the first step.

Hopefully you can now find your own balance between work and leisure. This book provides the first history of how we have imagined and used time since It traces the history of the relationship between work and leisure, from the 'leisure preference' of male workers in the eighteenth century, through the increase in working hours in the later eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, to their progressive decline from to Cited by: 4.

Part of the Leisure Studies in a Global Era book series (LSGE) Abstract Despite the fact that recreational activities—like many other activities evolving in parallel with the social development of humans—are as old as mankind, recreation, as a topic for academic interpretation and research, was justified only at a relatively late date in Cited by: 1.

Many students feel that school demands an excessive amount of work between their many academic and athletic obligations. School almost feels like a prison where every hour of every day is accounted for and there is little room for pursuing leisure activities.

work closes the spatialization of leisure spaces to the range of contradictory, paradoxical, and harmful as well as beneficial ways recreation can be used in service. 36 and leisure for it exalts humans as homo faber to the detriment of the other dimensions of human’s created nature.

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When does work and leisure blur in your life. Even the ''controlling elements'' of work are repackaged as liberatory and subversive, observes Canadian philosopher Mark Kingwell in his introduction to a new book, The Wage Slave's Glossary: ''You're a skatepunk rebel because you work 70 hours a week beta-testing videogames.

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This book explores the relationship between amateurs and professionals within the framework of serious leisure.

at the complex relationship between serious leisure and work, with an eye to Author: Robert Stebbins. “In thinking about the relationship between work and leisure, I would argue that rather than thinking about how leisure can promote greater productivity at work, a.

This book traces the history of the relationship between work and leisure, from the ‘leisure preference’ of male workers in the eighteenth century, through the increase in working hours in the later eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, to their progressive decline from to Pages:.

The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (German: Die protestantische Ethik und der Geist des Kapitalismus) is a book written by Max Weber, a German sociologist, economist, and as a series of essays, the original German text was composed in andand was translated into English for the first time by American sociologist Talcott Parsons in Author: Max Weber.An Examination of the Relationship Between Leisure Activity Involvement and Place Attachment Among Hikers Along the Appalachian Trail little empirical work has appeared in the leisure.tourism in order to differentiate it from leisure-based travel; second, serious leisure, which refers to the breakdown between leisure and work pursuits and the development of leisure career paths with respect to their hobbies and interests.

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