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Identify recent recreation policy and planning responses to such changes at the national and/or regional level. 5 Identify a local recreation site where conflict between recreationists has arisen. Why does/did that conflict exist? Has the conflict been resolved? Why/why not? 3 OUTDOOR RECREATION: SPECIAL GROUPS AND SPECIAL NEEDS Recreation need is characteristic of all human beings, but as Veal (1994:189–90) so cogently stated: Every individual is unique and so could be said to have unique leisure requirements.

As Stankey (1977:156) pointed out: …when opportunities are available, particularly at little or no cost, they will be used. But use should not lead us to automatically assume people Outdoor recreation: Motivation and choice 21 are satisfied with existing opportunities or that alternative opportunities might not have been even more sought after. g. see Vining and Fishwick 1991). It should ensure also that any induced demand as a result of additional recreation investment is directed towards remedying these deficiencies.

Both the contents and the organisational patterns play an important role in people’s preferences for natural settings’ (Kaplan and Kaplan 1989:10). Natural environments as recreation settings The Kaplans applied this reasoning to what they see as human preference for natural environments. They believe that it is not only the dominance of nature in the scene which is appealing, but that it is also the spatial configuration of landscape elements which is important to people’s reactions. Certain natural settings are favoured because of their openness, their very lack of structure and precise definition, their transparency, and the perceived opportunities to enter and move around.

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