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Type: Artigo de Periódico
Title: Between Participatory Sports And Environmental Leisure And Tourism Leisure - Leisure Public Policies In Brotas/sp
Author: Ribeiro
OCF; Amaral
Abstract: The work analyzed the Organic Law and the Master Plan that underpin leisure policies in Brotas, SP, Brazil. The focus was on measures implemented, with special attention to management of the inter-sector coordination of leisure, one of the municipal guidelines. The document corpus included decrees, acts and ordinances, complemented by observation of daily leisure activities in that municipality. Brotas's leisure legislation indicated balance between participatory and environmental sports leisure and tourist leisure. The latter should generate resources and staff training for the former, in order to implement policies aimed at local citizens. However, by analyzing the actions, we found a mismatch between the two emphases given to leisure. Business tourism leisure was the focus of the municipal administration, which facilitated exploratory tourism where business aimed at private and privatizing interests.
Subject: Leisure Activities
Community Development
Public Policies
Intersector Action
Citation: Movimento. UNIV FED RIO GRANDE DO SUL, ESCOLA EDUC FISICA, n. 22, n. 1, p. 63 - 74.
Rights: aberto
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Date Issue: 2016
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