Black-white ethnic differences in outdoor recreation

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Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station , Ogden, Utah
Outdoor recreation -- United St
StatementRandel Washburne and Paul Wall.
SeriesUSDA Forest Service research paper INT -- 249.
ContributionsWall, Paul., United States. Forest Service., Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah).
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Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, (OCoLC) Blacks' perceived constraints on outdoor recreation participation differed from Whites' only in greater transportation difficulty; desired activities for outdoor recreation tended to accentuate Black-White differences rather than reduce by: Within the US population there are several distinct racial and ethnic minority groups with behaviour patterns that often differ from the mass culture.

Black-white ethnic differences in outdoor recreation book are the largest and most urban of minority groups. Little is known about the outdoor recreation behaviour of Blacks. The existing literature has focused primarily on Black/White differences in recreation, but the full extent and precise Author: R.

Wendling. on the intraracial/ethnic group differences in constraints to outdoor recreation based on demographic variables, speci cally gender, age, education, income, and residence.

Early studies of Latinx outdoor recreation used these concepts to reveal group differences in use patterns between Anglos and Mexican-Americans (Floyd & Gramann, ), and within-group.

The European research has shown differences in outdoor recreation pattern (e.g. the motives for outdoor recreation, activities, and preferred outdoor recreation areas) between the minority and majority populations and related these differences to the ethnic minorities’ cultural background.

Black-white ethnic differences in outdoor recreation / By Randel. Washburne, Paul. Wall, Utah) Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden and United States. Outdoor recreation, United States. Publisher: Ogden, Utah:Intermountain Forest and. Blacks' perceived constraints on outdoor recreation parti­ cipation differed from Whites' only in greater transportation difficulty; desired activities for outdoor recreation tended to accentuate Black-White differences rather than reduce them.

Instead, the perspective is presented that Black leisure pat­. Black-white ethnic differences in outdoor recreation / By Randel. Washburne, Paul. Wall, Utah) Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden and United States. Topics: Outdoor recreation, United States.

Publisher: Ogden, Utah:Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Interest in the effects of race and ethnicity on outdoor recreation has been evident for over 50 years.

Two of the Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission (ORRRC) studies, for example, reported significant differences in outdoor recreation participation between blacks and whites (Hauser,Mueller and Gurin, ).Cited by: Black-White differences.

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Dwyer and Hutchison (), in an investigation of outdoor recreation participation and preferences by Black and White Chicago households, re-ported that African Americans preferred more developed facilities and con-veniences while.

White differences in outdoor recreation. Outdoor recreation investigations of the s were typically centered on issues related to racial inequality in the outdoors, and in African American/White differences in participation in various recreational activities (Manning ).

These foci Cited by: 4. Increasing Ethnic Diversity Issues for recreation: • Where there is a high proportion of minority ethnic groups there may be little provision for them. • Information needs to be provided in different languages.

• In Estonia there may be differences between the Russian and Estonian cultures. Will this increase or decrease over time?File Size: 1MB.

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Washburne R and Wall P () Black-White Ethnic Differences in Outdoor Recreation. Utah, USA: Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Google ScholarCited by: 1. “Black-white ethnic differences in outdoor recreation,” Research Paper INT, USDA Forest Service Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, UT.

West, P. “The tyranny of metaphor: Interracial relations, minority recreation, and the wildland-urban interface.”.

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Black-White Ethnic Differences in Outdoor Recreation. Randel Washburne and Paul Wall. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Ogden, Utah September 13p. have been advanced to account for black/white differences in outdoor rec-reation.

Using primary data, we also examine visitation for a rural, southern sample to unspecified wildland recreation areas, visitation to National Forest wildlands, and household visits to the Apalachicola National Forest for a rural, southern sample.

For over three decades, research has shown differences in recreation participation by ethnic group membership, particularly for African Americans and European Americans.

This paper is the first of a two-part publication series that examines black/white recreation. In this first part, the literature and empirical findings on black/white leisure Cited by: Bureau of Outdoor Recreation., 18 books Boston Redevelopment Authority, 18 books Washington (State).

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Vol - Issue 1. Published online: 19 May View more. Most of the studies in these genres focus on black–white differences. This article provides a more complex analysis by incorporating an environmental justice framework in the assessment of the ways in which blacks, whites, and other minority college students reflect on and think about by: 7.

Black-White ethnic differences in outdoor recreation. Research Paper INT USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, Utah, : Cloé Garnache, Lorie Srivastava, José J.

Sánchez, Frank Lupi. Here, outdoor recreation manager reveals that racial minorities does not participate in outdoor recreation areas.

Hence, a study conducted and five research hypotheses were reported. It reveals lack of economic status, historical discrimination, lack of education, and less employment opportunities as the major reason for ethnic minorities to.

Racial and Ethnic Differences in Connectedness to Nature and Landscape Preferences Among College Students Dorceta E. Taylor ABSTRACT An extensive body of environmental psychology, outdoor recreation, and landscape preference research reports that blacks are alienated from nature, fearful of it, and prefer urbanized and developed landscapes.

Demographic differences within race/ethnicity group constraints to outdoor recreation participation. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 29(4), 53– Centers for Author: Catherine E.

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Randel Washburne is the author of The Coastal Kayaker's Manual, 3rd ( avg rating, 11 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Kayaking Puget Sound, the S 4/5(23).Outdoor recreation businesses and industry associations also noted the importance of growing participation in new markets, and may support programs with such a goal in more populated regions.

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