Analysis methods and techniques for recreation research and leisure studies
Outdoor Recreation-Open Space Division, Lands Directorate, 1977 - Social Science - 157 pages
Guide to quantitative research and analysis techniques applicable to study of leisure phenomena and aspects of recreation in Canada. Sections include: research essentials, overview of analytic techniques, correlation techniques, grouping analysis techniques, trend analysis techniques, modelling and simulation techniques, impact analysis, and additional research techniques. Component III of Outdoor Recreation-Open Space Reference System.
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AN OVERVIEW OF ANALYTIC TECHNIQUES
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activities allocations analysis of variance analysis techniques Application assess attraction index bivariate analysis budget surveys CANADIAN OUTDOOR RECREATION chapter characteristics Cluster analysis coding coefficient computer programme conduct constructed correlation costs data collection data matrix Delphi technique dependent destination determine economic environmental error example factor analysis gravity model impact analysis independent variables Input Requirements Interpretation The output interval interview LEISURE RESEARCH leisure studies level of measurement linear programming mathematical methods multidimensional scaling normally null hypothesis number of variables O-mode Ontario origin OUTDOOR RECREATION DEMAND Output and Interpretation package Parks Canada participation population predict problem procedures Processing Requirements purpose question questionnaire RECREATION DEMAND STUDY recreation research References regression analysis relationship research and leisure research design Resources responses selected simple random sampling social indicators societal impact spatial specific statistical system theory model T-mode tests tion trend analysis types univariate usually values