Cost Benefits of Navy Recreation: Summary of a Conference Held at the Smithsonian Institution on December 1973.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION WASHINGTON D C
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A one-day conference was organized to serve two ends To bring together information about the benefits of recreation and methods for assessing such information in terms of cost and other criteria and to define related issues which would be clarified by further research. Participants included Navy recreation administrators and planners and a multi-disciplinary group of specialists from the behavioral sciences. The report summarizes the proceedings of the conference, which identified problems contributing to the difficulty of managing Navy recreation, suggested some arguments to support the case for recreation programs, and made action recommendations. Modified author abstract
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