Effective Management in Therapeutic Recreation Services, Fourth Edition, provides theoretical and practical knowledge about the management of therapeutic recreation services* in health and human service organizations. The text was written forupper-level undergraduate and graduate students as well as practitioners.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Recreation Profession (4th ed.) uniquely addresses foundational knowledge, the latest research, and lived experiences related to equitable and inclusive organizational management.
The figure presented on the front cover of this book depicts a model for inclusive leisure services grounded in social justice. The model identifies the overall goal of our services–to ensure people experience leisure, as highlighted in the center circle of the figure.
More than ever, consumers and proponents of health care services are demanding greater accountability; more effective methods of service delivery (e.g., evidence-based practice); and a higher degree of reliable, proven client outcomes.
Introduction to Leisure Services: Career Perspectives in Recreation Management, Sport Management, and Tourism Management is designed to serve as both a supplemental textbook for college courses in recreation, sport, and tourism management; and a resource book for offices of career services, libraries, and departments of recreation, sport, and tourism management at the college level.
Beneficial Risks is a unique offering in the field of outdoor and experiential education, drawing from theory, research, and lessons learned from the collective experience of leading authors and experts in the field of safety science and outdoor risk management.
The Right Administrative Stuff contains a variety of readings focusing on park, recreation, and tourism administration. The 27 chapters represent the collective thinking of six former academic department chairs, two of whom also served as associate deans, and one of whom also served as a dean.
History is the study of past events, underground is what is beneath the surface, in this case, of a profession, and hidden is linked to conceal and obscure. These three concepts—history, underground, and hidden—explain this book.
A supplemental textbook for college courses in sport management.