Investigates the prominent positions that sport, leisure and tourism occupy in contemporary society. Processes of development and change affecting sport, leisure and tourism, including commercialisation and policy development are examined in the light of competing theoretical approaches. Particular attention is paid to recent empirical research. Topics include: the growth of women's sports; home leisure and entertainment; and eco-tourism. Australian and Tasmanian case studies are explored and placed in comparative perspective.
HGA251: 3,000-word assignment (40%), final 2-hr exam (60%)
HGA351: 3,500-word assignment (40%), final 2-hr exam (60%)
Internal: 2 hrs lectures weekly, 1-hr tutorial fortnightly (13 wks)
Distance: Web based delivery and two optional study schools
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