1. Select one of the following age groups: children, teens, young adults, middle

1. Select one of the following age groups: children, teens, young adults, middle adults, or older adults. What are this group’s special needs for recreation in modern societ, and what constraints or problems does it face in the appropriate choice of satisfying leisure activity?
2. Older adults make up a rapidly growing segement of the population. How has society traditionally considered the aging process and the role of older persons in community life? What new views have develope in recent years? What are the implications of these changes for leisure-services professionals working with older persons?
3. How have women’s roles with respect to recreation and leisure different from those of men, in terms of societal attitudes and constraints, throughout history? How have they changed from the past?
4. Although there is still discrimination toward the LGBTQIA+ community, there has been progress in terms of thei legal standing and status in community life. What issues do you perceive as critical in terms of involving people who identify as part of this community as identifiable groups in leisure-services programs and facilities?
5. How do you think race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status interrelate? How are play, recreation, and leisure affected by these sociocultural factors.
6. Define the three categories of leisure constraints. What constraints do transgender people face? Men? Women?
7. BIPOC have experienced discrimination and oppression since the founding of the United States. What methods are most effective if leisure-services professionals want to ensure their programs and facilities are places where people of color do not experience such constraints as they pursue leisure experiences?
8. Define socieconomic status. Compare and contrast the leisure opportunities of those from low, middle, and high SES backgrounfs.
9. This chapter explored the variety of constraints people, especially people from minoritized groups, face as they pursue play, recreation, and leisure. What do you see as the role of the leisure-services professional in breaking down those constraints?
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