:: Volume 23, Issue 1 (9-2012) ::
مجله‌ی بررسی‌ها 2012, 23(1): 23-53 Back to browse issues page
Relationship between Socio-Economic Status of Urban Youth Leisure
Saeed Lotfizadeh *
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Recreation and leisure activities have based on their perceptions of the social and historical context of a different life. But the social conditions prevailing in most communities and leisure potential are young in damages. In modern times, increasing years of education and delayed entry into the labor market and rising age of marriage, the relatively long time in the life of mortals created the Youth called. Modern humans from infancy to adulthood are not imported directly. Period in his life that happened is associated with lack of responsibility, and it has a large share of leisure. Bourdieu's approach to the leisure activities of people affected various areas of their class origin. This paper reviews the use of Pierre Bourdieu's sociology of leisure time has been done. In this study, the technique of causal attribution, is a secondary analysis. The population in this study is that all young people aged 15-29 are living in urban areas. Data analysis and statistical design of the "passing of time" Statistical Center of Iran, addresses the use of SPSS software. Finally, socioe-conomic status based on education, training, employment and working conditions, facilities available to the household, type of housing and home ownership, the interval scale is used. The results indicate that the socioeconomic status of patients improved their leisure time. The mean time in each of the two groups, there are significant differences between men and women.

Keywords: Leisure time, socioeconomic, socioe-conomic status, gender, youth, urban
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2015/12/23 | Accepted: 2015/12/23 | Published: 2015/12/23

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