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Planning for national park visitor centres
(Lincoln University, 1989)
The first section of this dissertation looks at the development of New Zealand's national park visitor centres, from simple information supply centres through to complex centres with many roles. These roles are examined ...
St. James Walkway research project 1982-1983 (year two)
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1983)
This dissertation is the report which covers the second year of the proposed five year St James Walkway research project. The first chapter gives background information leading up to the commencement of field work in ...
An investigation of trends and characteristics of newspaper coverage of competitive sport in New Zealand
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1984)
This study was undertaken to expand and enhance the extremely limited body of knowledge on media content related to sport in New Zealand. The study was designed to provide comprehensive empiric data on newspaper coverage ...
Wellington district walkways : on the right track? : a recreation survey of two city walkways and two rural walkways in the Wellington district
(University of Canterbury, 1982)
Because we are dealing with two quite different types of walkways, two systems were used, sometimes individually, sometimes in combination. With the rural walkways we adopted an approach of stationing the interviewer at ...
Leisure education at Dorset House
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1985)
After working at Aldersgate Centre for some time as a recreation officer, I began to realise that many of the young unemployed people using the centre had minimal, if any, leisure skills. I often heard complaints about ...
Ski patrolling through four decades : the history of the ski patrol system at Whakapapa Skifield, Mt. Ruapehu 1952 to 1985
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1986)
This study traces the history and development of the ski patrolling system at Whakapapa ski field from its origins in the 1950s through to the present day. Attention is given to how events and decisions throughout the ...
Hand gliding: a recreational study of the historical, social and physical elements, with specific reference to the sport in New Zealand
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1981)
Just as hang gliding is maturing, so its needs and directions are changing. Pilots are seeking out new sites and flying in areas that were once considered unsuitable or impractical. A change of emphasis in the needs of ...
Awatapu Lagoon management plan
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1987)
The aim is to define a course of management and development which will enable the Awatapu Lagoon, and parkland areas to meet the needs of the Whakatane community without compromising the natural integrity of the area.
Local authority park and recreation services in Auckland, 1978 : a survey of the organisation of recreation and park and recreation services within local authorities of metropolitan Auckland excluding the Auckland Regional Authority
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1979)
New developments are occurring monthly but such steps need to be directed by aims and objectives that attain the maximum benefit for both the community and the recreation discipline concurrently. One such objective envisaged ...
Trekkers : the needs, behaviour and wants of the back country horse trekker
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)
For the purposes of this dissertation, some horse trekkers in the Canterbury area were questioned. People who were the main contributors of information, were from Pony Clubs, Bridleways and Concessionaries. Individuals ...