Extended Leisure Experiences: A Sociological Conceptualization Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • 2016 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. Our interest in this research reflection is to introduce what we call extended leisure experiencesactivities that leisure participants engage in following the completion of a primary leisure activity. Our approach is largely descriptive and exploratory as we outline some properties of the concept and then flesh them out using observations gleaned from participation in the social worlds of contract bridge and music scenes. An understanding of extended leisure experiences will broaden our appreciation of how different phases of leisure activity are connected with one another and provide insight into how participants create meaning from their involvement in different pastimes.

published proceedings

  • Leisure Sciences

author list (cited authors)

  • Scott, D., & Harmon, J.

citation count

  • 15

complete list of authors

  • Scott, David||Harmon, Justin

publication date

  • October 2016