Journal of Park and Recreation Administration Vol. 31 No. 4
- Good morning.The newest issue of the Journal of Park and Recreation Administration is available. A table of contents of this issue can be found in the announcement provide below. Click on each title to read the abstract. Subscribers have full access.Attached you will also find the latest JPRA Call for Papers for a future special issue on Human Resource Management in Parks and Recreation. Feel free to forward the attachment and this announcement to your friends, students, and colleagues.Thank you and have a great day.William Anderson
Having trouble viewing this email? Click hereNew Issue ReleasedServing Educators, Practitioners, and Students for Over 40 YearsJournal of Park and Recreation AdministrationThe American Academy of Park and Recreation Administration was founded in 1980 to advance knowledge and encourage scholarly efforts by both practitioners and educators alike. The Academy launched the Journal of Park and Recreation Administration (JPRA) in 1983 to further its goal of enhancing the practice of park administration by producing scholarly papers and conducting research. JPRA has long provided a forum for management and organizational analysis of the delivery of park, recreation, and leisure services. Since its inception, JPRA has been committed to the advancement of the park and recreation field. It is central to building the field's body of knowledge and enhancing the effectiveness and professionalism of park and recreation administrators.
In partnership with the American Academy of Park and Recreation Administration, Sagamore Publishing LLC is excited to announce the release of the Journal of Park and Recreation Administration Vol. 31 No. 4.In This Issue
Table of Contents
Regular PapersNeighborhood Income Matters: Disparities in Community Recreation Facilities, Amenities, and ProgramsChanges in Bridger Wilderness Visitors' Experiences of Crowding and Attitudes toward Management from 1969 to 2010Programs That WorkCall For PapersJPRA has released a Call For Papers for a future special issue on Human Resources Management in Parks and Recreation. Click for full detailsJPRA Quick LinksSagamore Quick LinksPrimary EditorsJames A. BusserEditor-in-Chief
University of NevadaAmy HurdPrograms that Work
Illinois State UniversityEllen Drogin RodgersResource ReviewsGeorge Mason UniversityAssociate EditorsDenise AndersonClemson UniversityLynn Barnett-MorrisUniversity of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignJason BocarroNorth Carolina State UniversityJames Michael BowkerU.S. Forest ServiceKelly BrickerUniversity of UtahMegha BudrukArizona State UniversityRobert C. BurnsWest Virginia UniversityGary T. GreenUniversity of GeorgiaJeffrey HalloClemson UniversityAndrew KaczynskiKansas State UniversitySandra KlitzingIllinois State UniversityGerard KyleTexas A&M UniversitySteve LawsonResource Systems GroupYu-Fai LeungNorth Carolina State UniversityRobert ManningUniversity of VermontDaniel McLeanUniversity of NevadaMichael MulvaneyEastern Illinois UniversityChi-Ok OhMichigan State UniversityCorliss Wilson OutleyTexas A&M UniversityLaura PayneUniversity of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignMark RoarkUtah State UniversityIngrid SchneiderUniversity of MinnesotaScott ShaferTexas A&M UniversityCharlene ShannonUniversity of New BrunswickJulie SonUniversity of IdahoBrijesh ThapaUniversity of FloridaHans VogelsongEast Carolina UniversityRandy J. VirdenSan Jose State UniversityMary Sara WellsUniversity of UtahThe Journal of Park and Recreation Administration is published by Sagamore Journals, an affiliate of Sagamore Publishing, four times a year. Subscribers receive a printed journal and full online access to archives.William AndersonDirector of Sales and MarketingSagamore Publishing LLC1807 N. Federal DriveUrbana, IL 61801-1051(217) 359-5940***2013 Catalog (PDF download) ***