The factors affecting outdoor recreation experiences
The notion of a recreation demand hierarchy was first proposed by Drs. Driver and Brown in 1978. The hierarchy comprised the demands for activities, demands for settings in which to undertake those activities, demands for the experiences flowing from participation, and demands for the benefits that flow from satisfying experiences. Except for the consideration of benefits, this concept is inherent in the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) planning system which presupposes that the...[Show more]
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