2 edition of Leisure behaviour in Norfolk rural communities. found in the catalog.
Leisure behaviour in Norfolk rural communities.
Catherine Maire Hill
Thesis(Ph.D.) - University of East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences, 1980.
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Leisure behaviour in Norfolk rural communities. Author: Hill, C. ISNI: Awarding Body: Leisure behaviour in Norfolk rural communities.
book of East Anglia Current Institution: University of East Anglia Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Access from EThOS. King, Carole () The leisure activities of the rural working classes with special reference to Norfolk Doctoral thesis, University of East : Carole King.
Increased means and increased leisure are the two civilizers of man. Benjamin Disraeli (speaking about the working classes in )1 This thesis is about the recreational activities of the rural working classes during the period between andwith special reference to the county of Norfolk.
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Collaborative partnership with Broadland Council + Take part in our business survey + Broadland. have major impacts on the economy in rural Norfolk. The Norfolk Rural Strategy Steering Group therefore commissioned Leisure behaviour in Norfolk rural communities. book refresh of the strategy to identify the priority areas on which we think the Norfolk rural community, businesses and the agencies which support rural Norfolk, will have to focus between now and Third, rural families live relatively far from the public schools, and the schools are relatively far from each other.
As a result, rural school districts have considerable expenses for transporting children to and from school, after-school athletic events, and other activities.
Finally. rural life. They produce the more strongly rural values listed by Wagenfeld () as self-reliance, conservatism, a dis-trust of outsiders, religion, work orientation, emphasis on family, individualism, and fatalism.
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