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  • Neil Carr
    Sorry for cross postings (as usual) Just to let everyone know that the latest issue of the Annals of Leisure Research (16: 2) is now available online. Details
    Message 1 of 4 , May 30, 2013
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      Sorry for cross postings (as usual)

      Just to let everyone know that the latest issue of the Annals of Leisure Research (16: 2) is now available online. Details are below. I'd also like to take the opportunity to remind everyone in the Northern hemisphere heading into a summer of academic writing and those in the Southern hemisphere heading into the break between 1st and 2nd semester (and hopefully finding some time to write) to remember Annals of Leisure Research as a potential double blind, peer-reviewed outlet for their work. The journal is now operating an online submission system that can be accessed at:  http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ranz

      :)

      Associate Professor Neil Carr

      Department of Tourism

      University of Otago

      Managing Editor - Annals of Leisure Research

      All round good guy (according to my dog at least)


      Annals of Leisure Research Volume 16. Issue 2

      Articles

      The relationship between body image, physical activity, perceived health, and behavioural regulation among Year 7 and Year 11 girls from metropolitan and rural Australia

      Caroline SymonsRemco PolmanMelisa MooreErika BorkolesRochelle EimeJack Harvey,Melinda CraikeLauren Banting & Warren Payne

      Book reviews
    • Neil Carr
      Apologises for multiple posting The first issue of Annals of Leisure Research is now available on-line
      Message 2 of 4 , Mar 6, 2014
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        Apologises for multiple posting

        The first issue of Annals of Leisure Research is now available on-line (http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ranz20/current#.UxkNJ_mSxwN) and the details of the content are below. Anyone interested in proposing a special issue for the journal should contact me in the first instance. Happy reading

         

        Special Issue: Second Homes

         

        Introduction: [Re]positioning second homes within leisure studies. Trudie Walters & Tara Duncan

         

        Critical commentary: second homes. Chris Paris

        Host community perceptions of the contributions of second homes. Jenny Barnett

         

        Second home leisure landscapes and retirement in the Canadian Rocky Mountain community of Canmore, Alberta. Barbara J. McNicol & Romella S. Glorioso

         

        Summering in Japanese hill stations: an analysis of villa ownership in modern Karuizawa. Daisuke Sato

         

        Trouble at home: diasporic second homes as leisure space across generations. Lauren Wagner

         

        Second homeowners hosting friends and relatives. Brumby McLeod & James A. Busser

         

        The luxury of leisure and pleasure at the New Zealand second home. Trudie Walters

         

        CLASSIC BOOK REVIEW

         

        The tourist: a new theory of the leisure class. David Scott

         

        BOOK REVIEWS

        Leisure, women and gender. Bente Heimtun

         

        Leisure, sports & society. A.J. Veal

         
      • Neil Carr
        Apologises as usual for multiple posting The second issue of Annals of Leisure Research is now available on-line
        Message 3 of 4 , Jun 4, 2014
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          Apologises as usual for multiple posting

           

          The second issue of Annals of Leisure Research is now available on-line (http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ranz20/current#.UxkNJ_mSxwN) and the details of the content are below. Happy reading

          :)


          Critical Commentary

           

          DWYL? YOLO.. Brett D. Lashua


          Articles

          The crisis in sociological leisure studies and what to do about it. Tony Blackshaw

          Orientalist obsessions: fabricating hyper-reality and performing hyper-femininity in Thailand's kathoey tourism. Qian Hui Tan

          Historical re-enacting and affective authority: performing the American Civil War. Brad West

          Maintaining leisure values in adventure recreation events: the role of trust. Pip Lynch & Mark Dibben

          Student life stress and leisure participation. Xinran Y. Lehto, Ounjoung Park, Xiaoxiao Fu & Gyehee Lee

          Choosing a qualitative data analysis tool: a comparison of NVivo and Leximancer. Popi Sotiriadou, Jessie Brouwers & Tuan-Anh Le


          Classic Book Review

          Capitalism and leisure theory. Peter Bramham

           

          Book Reviews

          A social psychology of leisure. Sam Elkington

          Serious leisure and nature: sustainable consumption in the outdoors. Glyn Bissix

          Music festivals and regional development in Australia. Seeun Lee

          The cultural politics of lifestyle sports. Adele Pavlidis


          Associate Professor Neil Carr

          Department of Tourism

          University of Otago

          New Zealand

          Managing Editor - Annals of Leisure Research

          All round good guy (according to my dog at least)

        • Neil Carr
          Apologises as usual for multiple postings but please see below details of the latest issue of Annals of Leisure Research (Issue 3, 2014). The journal can be
          Message 4 of 4 , Sep 30, 2014
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            Apologises as usual for multiple postings but please see below details of the latest issue of Annals of Leisure Research (Issue 3, 2014). The journal can be found at: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ranz20/currenthttp://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ranz20/current
            :)

            Special Issue: Alternative Leisure

             

            Introduction - ‘Alternative’ cultures and leisure: creating pathways for sustainable livelihoods. Alan Law & Stephen L. Wearing

            There is (almost) no alternative: the slow ‘heat death’ of music subcultures and the instrumentalization of contemporary leisure. Karl Spracklen

            The restaurateur as a sustainability pedagogue: the case of Stuart Gifford and Sarah's Sister's Sustainable Café. Freya Higgins-Desbiolles, Emily Moskwa & Stuart Gifford

            Community-supported agriculture from the perspective of health and leisure. Bernadett Kis

            Magical activism: what happens between the worlds changes the worlds. Cris Calley Jones & Heather Mair

            Does Bear do it for you? Gen-Y gappers and alternative tourism. Jonathan Joseph & Stephen L. Wearing

             

            Classic Book Review

            Leisure and class in Victorian England. Rational recreation and the contest for control, 1830–1885. Dave Russell

             

            Book Reviews

            Trends in European tourism planning and organisation. Magdalena Kachniewska

            Future tourism: political, social and economic challenges. Richard Butler

            Security and everyday life. Petri Hottola

            Sports fans, identity and socialization: exploring the fandemonium. James Higham



            Associate Professor Neil Carr

            Associate Dean (Postgraduate)

            Department of TourismOtago Business School. University of Otago. New Zealand

            Managing Editor - Annals of Leisure Research

            All round good guy (according to my dog at least)

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