Historical Evolution of Parks and Recreation

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John L. Crompton (2014). Lessons from nineteenth-century advocacy in the USA for urban parks as antidotes for ill health. World Leisure Journal, 56(4), 267-280. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2013). The health rationale for urban parks in the nineteenth century in the USA. World Leisure Journal, 55(4), 333-346. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2007). The Role of the Proximate Principle in the Emergence of Urban Parks in the United Kingdom and in the United States. Leisure Studies 26(2), 213-234. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2006). The Genesis of the Proximate Principle in the Development of Urban Parks in England. Annals of Leisure Research 9(4), 214-244. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton and Peter A. Witt (1999). Insights from Our Past. Trends, 35(4), 4-9. (Full Text)

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