What do other people do for leisure? What does leisure mean to them? What gets

What do other people do for leisure? What does leisure mean to them? What gets in the way of people having leisure? Do markers of identity (e.g., age, gender identity/expression, race/ethnicity, sexual identity, etc.) influence people’s leisure? These are the kinds of questions you’ll be asking to better understand the process of engaging in leisure research and using leisure journals to interpret your findings.
Introduction: An overview of the paper, explaining its purpose, your direction of the paper, and briefly introducing the people you interviewed.
Findings: This is where you discuss what your research participants told you, summarize it, and provide quotes to illustrate the findings.
Discussion: This is where you discuss your findings and analyze them as they relate to five sources:
The theories discussed in Module 2
Information from three class resources.
Three journal articles (see sources below).
Conclusion: A brief paragraph summarizing the overall key findings of the paper.
MAKE SURE YOUR 2 SOURCES ARE SCHOLARY LEISURE JOURNALS OR ARTICLES

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