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Differentiating between high, spurious, latent, and low loyalty participants in two leisure activities

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CONTRIBUTORS:
  Author Backman, S. J. (Clemson University)
  Author Crompton, J. L. (Texas A&M University College Station)
JOURNAL:
  Journal of park and recreation administration: A publication of the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration, 9(2), 1 - 17.
YEAR: 1991
PUB TYPE: Journal Article
SUBJECT(S): None
DISCIPLINE: Recreation, Sports & Leisure Studies
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LANGUAGE: English
PUB ID: 103-369-007 (Last edited on 2005/09/04 11:59:56 GMT-6)
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[ 0 | 38 ] Kyle, Gerard; Chick, Garry. (2002) The social nature of leisure involvement.
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[ 0 | 34 ] Park, S. H.; Kim, Y. M.. (2000) Conceptualizing and measuring the attitudinal loyalty construct in recreational sport contexts
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[ 3 | 47 ] Kim, Seong-Seop; Scott, David; Crompton, John L.. (1997) An exploration of the relationships among social psychological involvement, behavioral involvement, commitment, and future intentions in the context of birdwatching.
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[ 3 | 39 ] Park, Se-Hyuk. (1996) Relationships between involvement and attitudinal loyalty constructs in adult fitness programs.
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