Marketing Park and Recreation Services (other than Pricing and Evaluation)

Jamie Rae Walker & John L. Crompton (2013). The Impacts of Five Potential Institutional Constraints on Park Visitation. Managing Leisure, 18(1). (Full Text)

Jamie Rae Walker & John L. Crompton (2012). The Relationship of household Proximity to Park Use. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 30(3), 52-63. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2008). Evolution and Implications of a Paradigm Shift in the Marketing of Leisure Services in the U.S. Leisure Studies, 27(2), 181-205. (Full Text)

Kam Hung & John L. Crompton (2006). Benefits and Constraints Associated with the Use of an Urban Park Reported by a Sample of Elderly in Hong Kong. Leisure Studies, 25(3), 291-311. (Full Text)

Kam Hung & John L. Crompton (2005). Exploration of the Aging Phenomenon in Hong Kong and its Implications for Leisure Service Delivery. World Leisure Journal, 47(3), 42-53. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Seong-Seop Kim (2004). Temporal Changes in Perceived Constraints to Visiting State Parks. Journal of Leisure Research, 36(2), 160-182. (Full Text)

Peter A. Witt & John L. Crompton (2003). Positive Youth Development Practices in Recreation Settings in the United States. World Leisure Journal, 45(2), 4-11. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (2002). The Time for Kids Initiative in Portland, Oregon: Challenges of Effective Multi-Partnering. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 20(3), 81-99. (Full Text)

Edouard V. Novatorov & John L. Crompton (2001). A Revised Conceptualization of Marketing in the Context of Public Leisure Services. Journal of Leisure Research, 33(2), 160-201. (Full Text)

Edouard V. Novatorov & John L. Crompton (2001). Reformulating the Conceptualization of Marketing in the Context of Public Leisure Services. Leisure Studies 20(1), 61-75. (Full Text)

Stephanie T. West & John L. Crompton (2001). A Review of the Impact of Adventure Programs on At-Risk Youth. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 19(2), 113-140. (Full Text)

Seong-Seop Kim, David Scott & John L. Crompton (1997). An Exploration of the Relationships Among Social Psychological Involvement, Behavioral Involvement, Commitment, and Future Intentions in the Context of Birdwatching. Journal of Leisure Research, 29(3), 320-341. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Peter A. Witt (1997). Programs that Work: The Roving Leader Program in San Antonio. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 15(2), 84-92. (Full Text)

Peter A. Witt & John L. Crompton (1997). The Protective Factors Framework: A Key to Programming for Benefits and Evaluating for Results. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 15(3), 1-18. (Full Text)

Lorina Espericueta Schultz, John L. Crompton & Peter A. Witt (1995). A National Profile of the Status of Public Recreation Services for At-Risk Children and Youth. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 13(3), 1-25. (Full Text)

Ian S. Reid & John L. Crompton (1993). A Taxonomy of Leisure Purchase Decision paradigms Based on Level of Involvement. Journal of Leisure Research, 25(2), 182-202. (Full Text)

Sheila J. Backman & John L. Crompton (1991). Differentiating between High, Spurious, Latent and Low Loyalty Participants in Two Leisure Activities. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 9(2), 1-17. (Full Text)

Sheila J. Backman & John L. Crompton (1991). The Usefulness of Selected Variables for Predicting Activity Loyalty. Leisure Sciences, 13(3), 205-220. (Full Text)

Mark E. Havitz & John L. Crompton (1990). The Influence of Persuasive Messages on Propensity to Purchase Selected Recreational Services from Public or from commercial Suppliers. Journal of Leisure Research, 22(1), 71-88. (Full Text)

Sheila J. Backman & John L. Crompton (1990). Differentiating Between Active and Passive Discontinuers of Two Leisure Activities. Journal of Leisure Research, 22(3), 197-212. (Full Text)

Sheila J. Backman & John L. Crompton (1989). Discriminating Between Continuers and Discontinuers of Two Public Leisure Services. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 7(4), 56-71. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (1988). A Citizen Sensitive Approach to Retrenching Services in the Public Sector. American Review of Public Administration, 18(1), 79-94. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton, Ian S. Reid & Muzaffer Uysal (1987). Empirical Identification of Product Life Cycle Patterns In the Delivery of Municipal park and Recreation Services. Journal of Park and recreation Administration, 5(1), 17-34. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Mark E. Havitz (1987). A Recreation project that was Rejected: Lessons from a Failure. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 5(2), 10-26. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Charles W. Lamb (1986). Contrasting Marketing and Selling Orientations in Government Organizations. Journal of Professional Services Marketing, 2(2), 157-168. (Full Text)

David J. Snepenger & John L. Crompton (1985). A review of Leisure Participation Models Based on the Level of Discourse Taxonomy. Leisure Sciences, 7(4), 443-466. (Full Text)

Charles W. Lamb & John L. Crompton (1985). Distribution Decisions for Public Services. Journal of Academy of Marketing Science, 13(3), 107-123. (Full Text)

Carlton S. Van Doren, Stephen M. Holland & John L. Crompton (1984). Publishing in the Primary Leisure Journals: Insight into the Structure and Boundaries of Our Research. Leisure Sciences, 6(2), 239-256. (Full Text)

David J. Snepenger & John L. Crompton (1984). Leisure Activity Participation Models and the Level of Discourse Theory. Journal of Leisure Research, 16(1), 22-33. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (1984). Voluntary Retrenchment of Park and Recreation Services: Opportunities and Problems. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 2(3), 10-20. (Full Text)

Sheila J. Backmann & John L. Crompton (1984). Education Experiences Contribute to Cognitive Development. Journal of Environmental Education, 16(2), 4-13. (Full Text)

T. David Botterill & John L. Crompton (1984). Day Care: Is an Opportunity Being Missed? Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 2(2), 37-45. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (1983). A Sympathetic Organizational Environment–A Key to Developing New Programs. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 1(3), 11-22. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (1983). Selecting Target Markets–A Key to Effective Marketing. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 1(1) 7-26. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton, Charles W. Lamb & Patrick Schul (1982). Rejoinder to McMillen’s Comments on “The Attitudes of Recreation and Park Administrators Toward Public Involvement.” Leisure Sciences, 5(1), 67-72. (Full Text)

Charles W. Lamb & John L. Crompton (1981). The Status of the Marketing Concept in Public Recreation and Park Agencies. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 9(1), 1-14. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton, Charles W. Lamb & Arnold Veditz (1981). Recreational Activity Clustering Among Adolescents, The Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 52(4), 449-457. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton, Charles W. Lamb & Patrick Schul (1981). The Attitude of Public Agencies Toward Public Participation as Perceived by Their Senior Administrators. Journal of the Community Development Society, 12(1), 21-32. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Christine Sellar (1981). Do Outdoor Education Experiences Contribute to Positive Development in the Affective Domain? The Journal of Environmental Education, 12(4), 21-29. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Charles W. Lamb (1980). Eliminating Community Services – – The Leisure Services Example. Community Development Journal, 15(2), 138-145. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton, Charles W. Lamb & Patrick Schul (1980). The Attitudes of Recreation and Park Administrators Toward Public Involvement. Leisure Sciences, 4(1), 67-76. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton, Charles W. Lamb & Arnold Vedlitz (1979). Age and Sex Differences Among Adolescent Participants in Nine Outdoor Recreation Activities. Research Quarterly, 50(4), 589-598. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & Sharon Bonk (1978). An Empirical Investigation of the Appropriateness of the Product Life Cycle to Municipal Library Services. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 6(1/2), 77-90. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (1978). Development of a Taxonomy of a Leisure Service’s Delivery System. Research Note. Journal of Leisure Research, 10(3), 214-218. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton & David M. Hensarling (1978). Some Suggested Implications of the Product Life Cycle for Public Recreation and Park Agency Managers. Leisure Sciences, 1(3), 295-308. (Full Text)

John L. Crompton (1977). A Recreation Management System Model. Leisure Sciences, 1(1), 53-66. (Full Text)

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