Socioeconomic factors affecting participation in wateroriented outdoor recreation
Durward Brewer, Glenn A. Gillespie, University of Missouri--Columbia. Agricultural Experiment Station
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, 1969 - Sports & Recreation - 37 pages
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Socioeconomic Characteristics and Pecreation Activities
User Preferences for Outdoor Pecreation Facilities
1-percent level Activities of Families Adult Age of Household Analysis of variance appendix table Average annual recreation bank fishing boat fishing Brewer Camping Caucasian families census tracts cluster sample CM rH CM days per family decline Distribution of Families DNMRT Durward Families headed family income family recreation days Gillespie Glenn golfing H rH headed by married hiking household heads ice skating Income Groups increased leisure activities Louis County married females married males metropolitan area multiple range test nature walks number of households number of trips occupation Outdoor Recreation Activity participation in water-oriented participation rates pay a fee Playing or watching Race of Household Recreation Demand recreation facilities Recreation Lake Resources respondents rH rH rH ro ro sample segment sightseeing significance socioeconomic characteristics specific recreation activities swimming td H tion Total vacations Washington water level water skiing water-oriented outdoor recreation willingness to pay Y*—Did not answer