A research study into recreation activity substitution in Scotland
Brian Snowden Duffield, Jonathan A. Blackie, University of Edinburgh. Tourism and Recreation Research Unit
T.R.R.U., 1977 - Self-Help - 181 pages
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Scottish Tourism and Recreation Planning Studies
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Access to car Access to motor active pursuits activity packages activity substitution Badminton basis canoeing chapter children at home cluster analysis Cluster Number clusters produced coarse fishing countryside Cycling data sets distinctive Edinburgh data Educated to 14 Female field sports full-time Gaelic or dialect game fishing golf Greater Edinburgh HIDB Activity Analysis HIDB data HIDB Life-Style Analysis Highlands and Islands hill walking holidaymakers income individuals Lanarkshire and Greater leisure activities leisure pursuits level of participation life-style groups life—style Listening to classical Listening to traditional Lochcarron Male married Moray Firth Orkney passive pursuits Percentage pony—trekking Reading Gaelic recreational activities relationships Sailing Scotland Scottish Sports Council Scottish Tourism sea angling Shetland Shinty similar Skilled manual social class socio—economic characteristics socio—economic profiles Spectating STARS Activity Analysis STARS data Study Area Swimming Table tennis techniques traditional music trip to beach TRRU unweighted variables visit parks Youngest child aged