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Conceptualizing Leisure Within the Highly Regimented World of Elite Hockey

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Leisure as a Category of Culture, Philosophy and Recreation

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Serving the Health Care and Leisure Needs of Ethnic Aged in Canada: Implications and Concerns

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What Values do Leisure Sports Create and What is Their Relationship to Competitiveness?

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The Impact of the Perception of Leisure on Recreational and Tourism Spaces in an Urban Area

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Consumers of leisure sports activities. Case study

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Training Social Educators to Organize Cultural and Leisure Activities: British and Ukrainian Experience

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Case Study Regarding the Interests and Leisure Practices of Persons Aged 50 and over in Saint-Léonard, Suburb of Montreal: Seniors Vs. Baby Boomers

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Compulsory Book Reading at School and Within Leisure

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Selected International Definitions about Young Students’ Leisure Time: Theoretical and Practical Background in Poland

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