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Therapeutic Recreation Journal

The Therapeutic Recreation Journal is the renowned quarterly research journal of the National Therapeutic Recreation Society, a branch of the National Recreation and Park Association. A subscription to the TRJ is included in the NRPA full professional membership package for those selecting the NTRS as their primary branch. Students who affiliate with NTRS also receive the TRJ.
 

Current Issue
 
First Quarter 2004
Volume XXXVIII, Number 1
 
Conceptual Paper
"Program Theory: A Framework for Theory-Driven Programming and Evaluation"
Cheryl K. Baldwin, Susan L. Hutchinson, and Douglas R. Magnuson
 
Research
"2003 National Therapeutic Recreation Curriculum Study Part A: Accreditation, Curriculum, and Internship Characteristics"
Norma J. Stumbo, Marcia J. Carter, and Jin Kim
 
"2003 National Therapeutic Recreation Curriculum Study Part B: University, Faculty, Student, and Placement Characteristics"
Norma J. Stumbo, Marcia J. Carter, and Jin Kim
 
Practice Perspectives
"Exercise and Fitness for Adults With Developmental Disabilities: Case Report of a Group Intervention"
Marcia J. Carter, Katy M. McCown, Forest J. Martin, R. Wacker, D. Gaede, and T. Andy Fernandez

 
Subscription Information
NRPA member (domestic): $28 per year
Nonmember (domestic): $66 per year
NRPA member (foreign): $34 per year
Nonmember (foreign): $72 per year
Library rate: $60 per year
TRJ product code: TRJSUB

For further details on subscribing to the TRJ, please contact NRPA Membership at 800.626.NRPA.




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