David Scott
David Scott
Professor of Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences, Texas A&M University
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Environmental attitudes and behavior: A Pennsylvania survey
D Scott, FK Willits
Environment and Behavior 26 (2), 239-260, 1994
Constraints to leisure
EL Jackson, D Scott
Leisure studies: Prospects for the twenty-first century, 299-321, 1999
Recreational specialization: A critical look at the construct
D Scott, CS Shafer
Journal of Leisure Research 33 (3), 319-343, 2001
An exploration of the relationships among social psychological involvement, behavioral involvement, commitment, and future intentions in the context of birdwatching
SS Kim, D Scott, JL Crompton
Journal of Leisure Research 29 (3), 320-341, 1997
A comparison of visitors' motivations to attend three urban festivals
D Scott
Festival Management and Event Tourism 3 (3), 121-128, 1995
The mediating effect of place attachment on the relationship between festival satisfaction and loyalty to the festival hosting destination
J Lee, G Kyle, D Scott
Journal of travel research 51 (6), 754-767, 2012
Examining the mediating role of experience quality in a model of tourist experiences
ST Cole, D Scott
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 16 (1), 79-90, 2004
Celebrity fan involvement and destination perceptions
S Lee, D Scott, H Kim
Annals of Tourism Research 35 (3), 809-832, 2008
The problematic nature of participation in contract bridge: A qualitative study of group‐related constraints
D Scott
Leisure Sciences 13 (4), 321-336, 1991
Constraints to outdoor recreation: A multiple hierarchy stratification perspective
KA Shores, D Scott, MF Floyd
Leisure sciences 29 (3), 227-246, 2007
Perceived constraints to park usage among individuals with low incomes
D Scott, W Munson
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 12 (4), 79-96, 1994
Structural inequalities in outdoor recreation participation: A multiple hierarchy stratification perspective
JH Lee, D Scott, MF Floyd
Journal of Leisure Research 33 (4), 427-449, 2001
Place attachment and context: Comparing a park and a trail within
RL Moore, D Scott
Forest Science 49 (6), 877-884, 2003
Recreation specialization in the social world of contract bridge
D Scott, G Godbey
Journal of Leisure Research 26 (3), 275-295, 1994
Understanding the birder as tourist: Segmenting visitors to the Texas Hummer/Bird Celebration
D Scott, J Thigpen
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 8 (3), 199-218, 2003
Adolescent and adult leisure patterns: A reassessment
D Scott, FK Willits
Journal of leisure research 30 (3), 319-330, 1998
Measuring birding specialization: A confirmatory factor analysis
JH Lee, D Scott
Leisure Sciences 26 (3), 245-260, 2004
Economic impact of a birding festival
C Kim, D Scott, JF Thigpen, SS Kim
Festival Management and Event Tourism 5 (1-2), 51-58, 1998
Factors that limit and strategies that might encourage people's use of public parks.
D Scott, EL Jackson
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 14 (1), 1-17, 1996
Measuring specialization among birders: Utility of a self-classification measure
D Scott, RB Ditton, JR Stoll, TL Eubanks Jr
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 10 (1), 53-74, 2005
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