Investigating Relationships between Outdoor Recreation Activities, EnvironmentalWorldviews, and Place of Residence Public

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  • Some evidence suggests a connection between outdoor recreation participation and stronger environmental worldviews. This study finds little evidence supporting participation in outdoor recreation activities and stronger environmental worldviews and some evidence supporting a weak connection between appreciative outdoor recreation and stronger environmental worldviews. Additionally, the study documents greater participation in outdoor recreation amongst rural residents compared to urban residents and significantly different activity type preference. The study develops two more robust measures, one for surveying the total amount of outdoor recreation individuals participating in and another to develop a lifetime measure of size of place.
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