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Beedie, P. (2008). Adventure tourism as a ‘new frontier’ in leisure. World Leisure Journal, 50(3), 173-183.
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Chang, H. H., & Chen, S. F. (2017). The comparison of flow experience in retirees’ serious and casual leisure participation. World Leisure Journal http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/16078055.2017.1393876
Choi, S-H. (2003). Investigation of the ‘serious leisure’ and ‘casual leisure.’ Korean Journal of Physical Education, 42, 489-496. (in Korean)
Chou, H-H., & Yu, P. (2005). Study on the learning experiences of serious leisure participants. Journal of Education and Psychology, 28(2), 297-324.
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Chu, D. (2013). Fanatical labor and serious leisure: A case of fansubbing in China. In F.L.F. Lee, L. Leung, J.L. Qiu, & D. Chu (Eds.), Frontiers in New Media Research (pp. 259-277). New York: Routledge.
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Elkington, S. (2006). Exploring the nature of pre and post flow in serious leisure. In S. Elkington, I. Jones, & L. Lawrence, (Eds.). Serious leisure: Extensions and applications (pp.145-159). Eastbourne, UK: LSA Publications, University of Brighton.
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Elkington, S. (2010). Articulating a systematic phenomenology of flow: An experience-process perspective. Leisure/Loisir, 34, 327-360.
Elkington, S. (2011). What it is to take the flow of leisure seriously. Leisure/Loisir, 35, 253-282.
Elkington, S., Jones, I., & Lawrence, L. (2006). Serious leisure: Extentions and applications. Eastbourne, UK: LSA Publications, University of Brighton. (Table of Contents / Chapters).
Elkington, S. (2014). Sites of serious leisure: Acting up in space and place. In S. Elkington & S.J. Gammon (Eds.), Contemporary perspectives in leisure: Meanings, motives and lifelong learning (pp. 93-111). London: Routledge.
Elkington, S. (2017). Flow theory and leisure. In K. Spracklen, B. Lashua, E. Sharpe, & S. Swain (Eds.), The Palgrave handbook of leisure theory (pp. 417-436). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Ezra, D., & Slater, A. (2006). Similarities and differences among practitioners of serious leisure pursuits. In S. Elkington, I. Jones, & L. Lawrence (Eds.). Serious leisure: Extensions and applications (pp. 33-46). Eastbourne, UK: LSA Publications, University of Brighton.
Finlay, A.K., Ram, N., Maggs, J.L., & Caldwell, L.L. (2012). Leisure activities, the social weekend, and alcohol use: Evidence from a daily study of first-year college students. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 73, 250-259.
Fleming, S. (2006). Local politics and serious leisure: A case study from 1975. In S. Elkington, I. Jones, & L. Lawrence (Eds.). Serious leisure: Extensions and applications (pp. 85-104). Eastbourne, UK: LSA Publications, University of Brighton.
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Gallant, K. (2017). Serious leisure: Past, present and possibilities. In K. Spracklen, B. Lashua, E. Sharpe, & S. Swain (Eds.), The Palgrave handbook of leisure theory (pp. 437-455). Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Gallant, K., Arai, S., & Smale, B. (2013). Celebrating, challenging and re-envisioning serious leisure. Leisure/Loisir, 37, 91-110.
Gallant, K., Arai, S., & Smale, B. (2013). Serious leisure as an avenue for nurturing community. Leisure Sciences, 35, 320-336.
Garcia, A.C. (2013). Explorers, detectives, matchmakers, and lion tamers: Understanding jigsaw puzzlers’ techniques and motivations. American Journal of Play, 5 (3), 308-332.
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Goff, S. J., Fick, D. S., & Oppliger, R. A. (1997). The moderating effect of spouse support on the relation between serious leisure and spouses' perceived leisure-family conflict. Journal of Leisure Research, 29, 47-60.
Gökçek, V., & Tavacıoğlu, L., (2018). A quantitative analysis on leisure participation of Turkish seafarers by structural equation modeling. Engineering Sciences (NWSAENS), 13(2), 137-155, DOI: 10.12739/NWSA.2018.13.2.1A0408.
Golden, B. L. (2008). Rural poverty, serious leisure and social integration. Doctoral dissertation. School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, University of Guelph (Canada).
Gould, J. M. (2006). The serious effects of adventure racing. Trail Times(Fall), 5.
Gould, J., Moore, D., McGuire, F., & Stebbins, R. A. (2008). Development of the Serious Leisure Inventory and Measure. Journal of Leisure Research, 40(1), 47-68.
Gould, J., Moore, D., Karlin, N. J., Gaede, D. B., Walker, J., & Dotterweich, A. R. (2011). Measuring serious leisure in chess: Model confirmation and method bias. Leisure Sciences, 33, 332-340.
Grybovych, O., & Dieser, R.B. (2010). Happpiness and leisure: An ethnodrama, Act I. Leisure/Loisir, 34, 27-50.
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Guiry, M., Mägi, A. W., & Lutz, R. J. (2006). Defining and measuring recreational shopper identity. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 34(1), 74-83.
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Harries, G. D., & Currie, R. R. (1998). Cognitive dissonance: A consequence of serious leisure. World Leisure & Recreation, 40(3), 36-41.
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