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The study of consumption has never seriously examined the role of leisure. This ambitious, agenda-setting study, provides the most in-depth examination of the relationship between the two to date, drawing on the serious leisure perspective and outlining a new conceptual framework for analyzing consumption for leisure.
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ROBERT A. STEBBINS is Faculty Professor in the Department of Sociology, University of Calgary, Canada. He has authored 30 books and written numerous articles. His publications include New Directions in the Theory and Research of Serious Leisure, Serious Leisure: A Perspective For Our Time, Between Work and Leisure, The Organizational Basis of Leisure Participation: A Motivational Exploration and Personal Decisions in the Public Square: Beyond Problem Solving into a Positive Sociology.
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