Recent Submissions

  • Interpretation for children 

    Cessford, Gordon R. (Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism., 1989)
    This paper discusses environmental interpretation for children. Included are definitions of interpretation; reasons for doing it; why emphasis upon children is important; the special requirements of effective interpretation ...
  • Dropout in elite sport : a New Zealand perspective 

    Leyden, B. A. (Lincoln University, 2003)
    Drop out, or the early and voluntary termination of elite athlete sporting careers affects the achievement capabilities of high performance programmes. This qualitative study used Maehr's (1986) personal investment theory ...
  • An agent-based model of tourist movements in New Zealand: implications for spatial yield 

    Doscher, Crile; Moore, Kevin; Smallman, Clive; Wilson, Judith; Simmons, David G. (Lincoln University. Department of Parks, Recreation and TourismLincoln, Canterbury, 2011-12)
    Tourism is New Zealand’s fourth largest industry, providing jobs for thousands of New Zealanders and significant foreign capital for the nation’s economy. Of concern to ministry and industry decision makers is the “spatial ...
  • Natural resources/conservation education (for Nepal) 

    Pandey, Surya Bahadur (Lincoln University, 1985)
    A small mountainous country Nepal has a large amount of natural resources. It has been recognised a Himalayan paradise in the minds of millions of Foreign tourists. A small country, which has a population of fifteen million, ...
  • School use of national parks for outdoor education : a case study of Arthur’s Pass National Park 

    Clifton, N. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1981)
    This study is centred on issues concerning school outdoor educational use of national parks. The degree to which school group use of national parks threatens the preservation of parks in their natural state and the ...

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