leisure activity


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leisure activity

An activity chosen for pleasure, relaxation, or other emotional satisfaction, typically after work and other responsibilities are done.
See also: activity
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Super (1980) included leisure activity as one of nine major life roles, of which the sequence and combination inform one's career.
Previous researchers (Cheng, 2010; Lu & Argyle, 1993, 1994) and results in my own recent work (Liu & Yu, 2014) have indicated that there was greater leisure satisfaction and happiness when participants were engaging in a serious, committed, and constructive leisure activity compared to a nonserious leisure activity.
The development of the leisure activity classification system proposed herein only represents groundwork for leisure research and delivery of services in the elderly.
They suggested that a sense of continuity from leisure activity might provide opportunities to reconnect with the past self, restoring self-images that were disrupted by negative life events.
Further, paired-samples t tests showed adolescents' leisure activity pattern as: family = Internet > social > outdoor = school.
At the current rate of loss," the endowment study says, "literary reading as a leisure activity will virtually disappear in half a century.
Afterwards, people do housework, eat or do some form of leisure activity.
Billiard cues, darts, golf clubs and ice skates are among the items that won't be allowed so if you're planning on bringing some leisure activity items, check first.
Data showed both female and male characters are most likely to be pictured in a leisure activity.
The current study aims to investigate the role of meaningful leisure activity in reducing latent deprivation and psychological distress during unemployment.
They may be very active, but we may not be picking that up as leisure activity.
Other archival materials, such as organizational logs (activity records of fraternal groups, for example), commercial records (receipts of theaters, for instance), and official registers (traffic counts, perhaps) might be used to develop time series on leisure activity.