Shivers, Jay Sanford
SHIVERS, Jay Sanford
SHIVERS, Jay Sanford. American, b. 1930. Genres: Gerontology/Senior issues, Public/Social administration, Recreation. Career: University of Connecticut, Storrs, professor and supvr., Recreational Service Education, 1970-. Publications: Public Administration of Park and Recreational Services, 1962; Leadership in Recreational Service, 1963; Principles and Practices of Recreational Service, 1967; Camping: Administration, Counseling, Programming, 1971; (with G. Hjelte) Planning Recreational Places, 1971; (with G. Hjelte) Public Administration of Recreational Services, 1972; (with C. R. Calder) Recreational Crafts: Instructional Techniques and Programming, 1974; (with H. F. Fait) Therapeutic and Adapted Recreational Service, 1974; Essentials of Recreational Services, 1978; Leisure: Emergence and Expansion, 1979; Recreational Leadership: Group Dynamics and Human Relations, 1980; Urban Recreational Problems, 1980; (with H.F. Fait) Recreational Services for the Aging, 1980; Leisure and Recreation Concepts: A Critical Analysis, 1981; (with C.A. Bucher) Recreation for Today's Society, 2nd ed., 1984; (with H.F. Fait) Special Recreational Services Therapeutic and Adapted, 1985; Recreational Leadership, 1986; Recreational Safety, 1986; Introduction to Recreational Service Administration, 1987; Camping: Organization and Operation, 1989; Introduction to Recreational Service, 1993; (with L. DeLisle) The Story of Leisure, 1997; Leadership and Groups in Recreational Service, 2001; Recreational Service for Older Adults, 2002. Address: U-110, University of Connecticut, Storrs Mansfield, CT 06269- 2034, U.S.A.
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