Quality of life
- Main contributor
Austin, David R., 1941-
Examines six different environmental approaches to measuring quality of life: philosophical, sociological, economic (standard of living), behavioral, scientific, and medical. Also examines the person-centered quality of life model: activation (increasing one's level of activity, both physical and mental), resourcefulness (making good use of resources), and mastery (acquiring and maintaining a sense of control through one's skills).
Winninger, John.; Compton, David M.; Indiana University, Bloomington. Radio and Television Services.; Indiana University, Bloomington. Department of Recreation and Park Administration
Indiana University, Dept. of Recreation and Park Administration
Recreational therapy; Quality of life; Leisure; Psychological aspects
- Physical Description
1 videodisc (35 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Instructional videos produced by the Recreation Therapy Video (RTV) Project directed by Professor David R. Austin, Ph.D., CTRS, of Indiana University. The RTV Project was made possible through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Interviewer: David R. Austin; interviewee: David M. Compton.
- Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 6140247; OCLC: ocm71287007
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