3 edition of Leisure, television, and subjective experience found in the catalog.
Leisure, television, and subjective experience
Robert William Kubey
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert William Kubey.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 84/175 (H) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 315 leaves : ill.|
|Number of Pages||315|
|LC Control Number||84251093|
Charlie Kaufman always takes his viewer on a ride, but I’m Thinking of Ending Things — his first live-action film in more than a decade — raises his obsession with subjective experience to. WASHINGTON — If you can’t remember the last time you saw a teenager reading a book, newspaper or magazine, you’re not alone. In recent years, less than 20 percent of U.S. teens report reading a book, magazine or newspaper daily for pleasure, while more than 80 percent say they use social media every day, according to research published by the American Psychological Association.
The Importance of Leisure Time *No Works Cited Leisure is defined as freedom from the demands of work or duty. Everybody needs leisure in their lives, to balance the stress of work and life. Leisure helps re-energize and relax people, so they can perform activities well in their lives. People use. The Role of Leisure in the Context of Subjective Well-Being and Aging. Leisure is broadly conceptualized as free time. Leisure can be distinguished to reflect the time spent during nonworking hours (i.e., structural leisure) or perceived engagement in specific nonworking activities (i.e., subjective leisure) (Kuykendall et al., ).
The present study examined if frequency and quality of 3 types of leisure activities (i.e., relaxation, achievement, and social) can function as protective factors for subjective well-being (SWB) and career adaptability (CA) among unemployed emerging adults (84 women, men). -Replayed subjective experiences (self-reflective) - Do you remember the feeling? - Replay the experience in your mind including visual, kinesthetic, auditory, and other impressions-The potential for putting experiences into context makes subjective experiences meaningful.
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Television viewers’ subjective experiences before a heavy and light night of television viewing were studied via the Experience Sampling Method. Respondents were supplied with radio controlled paging devices and signalled to report their mood and cognitive states at random times over the course of a by: Positive Leisure Science: From Subjective Experience television Social Contexts Robert A.
And subjective experience book FRSC (auth.), Teresa Freire (eds.) This book extends positive psychology by embedding leisure into the positive science field, following a new paradigm and aggregating various domains and fields.
This book extends positive psychology by embedding leisure into the positive science field, following a new paradigm and aggregating various domains and fields.
Positive science can be applied to the field of leisure and, in turn, leisure can serve as an arena to study some of the most important. Following this tripartite approach, I was mainly focused in the experiential perspective developing the concept of leisure subjective television -LSE (Freire, ).
This concept is based on three Author: Teresa Freire. of leisure career paths with respect to their hobbies and interests. Figure 2. Relationship between leisure, recreation and tourism (Hall and Page ) Williams () concludes that by the nature, most areas of recreation and tourism are rightly located in the wider field of leisure.
These are areas of experience that generally TimeFile Size: KB. Subjective well-being is measured by happiness and life satisfaction, and leisure participation is examined by the type and diversity of leisure activities. Results Principal components analysis identifies four major types of leisure activity that elderly Chinese are actively engaged in—detachment-recovery, aesthetic, social, and performing.
Using self-reported measures of leisure experience valuation (leisure satisfaction), ordered probit models are estimated, accounting for personal-demographic and household-socio-economic variables. This allows us to disentangle the impact of the latter into the resources allocation for leisure experience production and thus, leisure satisfaction.
An understanding of the motives underlying sedentary leisure behavior may guide interventions to decrease these behaviors. The purpose of this study was to apply the theory of planned behavior (TPB) to understand the motives underlying four common sedentary leisure activities: television viewing, computer use, reading/music, and socializing.
Alasuutari, P., Luomanen, J., & Peteri, V. Hobbies and vices, book lovers and nerds: Discursive management of the digital media environment. Television and New optimal experience and psychological selection: Cultural and developmental perspectives.
In T. Freire (Ed.), Positive leisure science: From subjective experience to social. This paper utilizes data from the Canadian Time Use Pilot Study and from a small Halifax time-budget study to look at subjective and contextual dimensions of leisure for women and men.
The Canadian study (n=) had information on the time spent in daily activities as well as on the settings and social contexts of those activities. The Halifax study included similar time-budget.
Positive science can be applied to the field of leisure and, in turn, leisure can serve as an arena to study some of the most important optimal functioning variables. The book presents knowledge on a diverse range of topics about optimizing socio-cognitive processes and behaviors, places and contexts, societies and cultures through leisure.
The results indicate that leisure satisfaction mediates the relationship between specific leisure settings (i.e., leisure in nature and outdoor recreation), subjective well-being, and depression.
: Positive Leisure Science: From Subjective Experience to Social Contexts eBook: Teresa Freire: Kindle Store. Unlike the definitions of leisure as time or activity, the definition of leisure as state of mind is much more subjective in that it considers the individual's perception of an activity.
Concepts such as perceived freedom, intrinsic motivation, perceived competence, and positive affect are critical to determining whether an experience is. Subjective Experience. A subjective experience refers to the emotional and cognitive impact of a human experience as opposed to an objective experience which are the actual events of the experience.
While something objective is tangible and can be experienced by others subjective experiences are produced by the individual mind. Instead of reading the whole newspaper, which could take a whole day, watching TV only takes half an hour. Same information, but quicker.
In conclusion, reading book is better than watching TV because it can help you remember information longer. On the other hand, watching TV helps us to gather information faster than reading a book.
The purpose of this paper is to address the question: which leisure activities are relatively low carbon and conducive to high levels of subjective wellbeing.
Underlying this question is the premise that to combat climate change, carbon emissions must be radically reduced. Technological change alone will not be sufficient: lifestyles must also change. However, every leisure experience is also a new creation with the following elements: • Leisure is decision, an act as well as a state.
Decision is not external to the phenomenon but integral to its nature. • Leisure is creation, a product of decision and action.
• Leisure is a process, not fixed but developing and created in its time and. The Present Study. The broad goal of the present study was to expand the VLS activity questionnaire to create a measure of adult leisure activities that (a) is of moderate length, (b) has a replicable item factor structure, (c) is applicable for measuring leisure activities across the adult life span, (d) is appropriate for inclusion in models that seek to estimate both a higher-order active.
"Leisure refers to activities that a person voluntarily engages in when they are free from any work, social or familial responsibilities." Leisure satisfaction is the positive perceptions or feelings that an individual forms, elicits and gains as a result of engaging in leisure activities and choices.
What can contribute to leisure satisfaction is to what degree an individual is currently. In an average week, the typical American spends approximately 38 hours watching television shows and movies, 8 hours reading books, magazines, and newspapers, and 18 hours listening to recorded music and radio (Motion Picture Association of America, ).Assuming the average person sleeps eight hours a night, people spend roughly 55% of their waking hours attending to entertainment media.leisure we encounter positive experiences such as perceived freedom to engage in meaningful experiences, intrinsic moti-vation associated with positive emotions such as enjoyment, self-expression, and a sense of identity.
Consequently, leisure is an experience, a process, and a subjective state of mind that transcends time, envi.leisure satisfaction, whereas the effect of the number of hours spent on leisure has only a small positive effect on leisure satisfaction (Van Praag, Frijters, & Ferrer-i-Carbonell, ).
Happiness and Leisure Satisfaction. The subjective evaluation of different aspects of life is .