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Understanding leisure-related program effects by using process data in the HealthWise South Africa Project
(American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration, 2008)
As the push for evidence-based programming gathers momentum, many human services programs and interventions are under increased scrutiny to justify their effectiveness across different conditions and populations. ...
Perceived parental control, restructuring ability, and leisure motivation: a cross-cultural comparison
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
Leisure is viewed worldwide as an important developmental context for adolescents. As leisure research and programs are shared across nations, it is crucial to examine the cultural equivalence of leisure-related constructs ...
Predicting secondary school dropout among South African adolescents: A survival analysis approach
(Education Association of South Africa, 2017)
Education is one of the strongest predictors of health worldwide. In South Africa, school dropout is a crisis where by Grade 12, only 52% of the age appropriate population remain enrolled. Survival analysis was used to ...
Profiles of adolescent leisure motivation and substance use in the HealthWise South Africa research trial: a person-centered approach
Engaging in intrinsically motivated behaviors, both within and outside of the leisure context, is associated with well-being. However, individuals can be driven by multiple types of motivation simultaneously, and the ...