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The landscape of tourism: a case study of the development of Rotorua
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1986)
The presence of tourists and tourism has, over the decades, increased in importance on a national, regional and local scale. Both the physical and cultural components of the total landscape have been affected in many ...
Dun Mountain walkway. an interpretative resource
(Lincoln University, 1984)
This dissertation aims to bring together much of what has been taught in the Parks & Recreation course at Lincoln. It is an attempt to apply theory to a practical situation. Hence, the objectives are: 1. To research and ...
The homogeneity of leisure constraints
(Lincoln University, 1995)
Factors such as not knowing where to learn new skills and a lack of transport constrain leisure participation. These factors prevent individuals from participating in physical recreation to the extent they would like. Four ...
Landscaping Boulder Bay, Canterbury, New Zealand: The emergent and contested classification of authentic heritage baches and an endangered species of penguin
(Lincoln University, 2012)
In a world that is continually ‘coming-into-being’, particular landscapes become sites of contest when inhabitants seek to hold on to certain configurations or re-shape them. Depending on whether they are constitutive of ...
Public hut fee policy in New Zealand parks. A users' perspective
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1988)
The Government's introduction of 'user pays' and related policies has already affected New Zealand parks and public hut users. The Department of Conservation's public hut fee policy is still changing and incorporates cost ...
Summertime visitors to Arthur's Pass National Park - Characteristics, motivations, perceptions, impact
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
This thesis questions the nature of National Park use in New Zealand. In particular it focuses on the summertime visitors to Arthur's Pass National Park and the legislative dilemma of providing for both preservation and ...
The Avon river: a recreational resource
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1985)
Throughout the history of Christchurch the Avon has proved to be an invaluable asset to the people of the city. For the early settlers of Christchurch it was their only water supply. Horses were once watered in the Avon ...
St. Bathans recreation study: their characteristics, motivations and opinions
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1984)
St. Bathans lies nestled beneath Mt. St. Bathans which separates the upper Manuherikia Valley from the Dunstan Creek catchment in Central Otago. In the past, St. Bathans has been famous for it's gold which was won from the ...
Historical cemeteries and passive recreation
(University of Canterbury, 1986)
A study of historical cemeteries throughout New Zealand, their value and significance to our culture and means of future restoration, renovation and maintenance.
Demography and recreation
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1987)
“In an increasingly complex society the task of creating and enhancing satisfying leisure environments and recreation opportunities is one of the most pressing issues in world development." A tool in helping recreation ...