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    Title: The Leisure Implication of The Oversea Volunteer Travel in NPO
    Authors: Chen Dao
    Contributors: Department of Leisure and Recreation Management
    Keywords: NPO;volunteer travel;Doctrine of out of money;serious leisure;Tzu Chi
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2009-11-16 16:06:06 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: It's a dream for the author and many persons to travel around the world.
    But, money is always the biggest block for the people to realize this ideal. The initial motive of the study was to break through this barrier and enforced my initiation "Doctrine of out of money". Oversea volunteer travel in NPO is a possible way to realize the doctrine. Furthermore,
    The study wanted to explore the practices and leisure implication of it and compared it with the general sight-seeing travel. After researching into five NPO and ten volunteers, the study found that most of oversea volunteers are believers, doctors, nurses, students of medicial college or bosses of enterprises. The asistances that NPO organization provides for the oversea volunteer travel includes of funding the expenses of travel, coordinating participations of volunteers, planning and training different kinds of volunteers, arranging the traveling site and leading a pious life. This founding seems to prove some possibilities on realizing the "Doctrine of out of money ", that the poor could possibily travel around the world. The study also found that the motivity of oversea volunteers included of a sense of calling, the international feedback, the curiosity and the religious belief. During the process of oversea volunteer travel, they had ever gained several special experiences, like "the sweetest sleep", "the uni imni led strengths of gratitude", "trashes happening to be the treasure", "never stopping transformation". These experiences brought volunteers new values of lives. They became more open, more learned about lives and health, more careful about what he own now, more wishful to become other people's blessing than before. Also, their manners of ordinary lives had therefore changed. They became less to complain, easily to live a simple life, more practically to grasp nowadays, more actively to enrich oneself and more willingly to offer and share with others than before. From the processes of several interviews, the study concluded several deep leisure implications, which are "playing in the world", "the recreation of life", "cultivating oneself", "deeply studing" as well as "living nowadays ". Finally, the study found that there were many differences between oversea volunteer travel and general sight-seeing travel on organization and team, individual conditions, traveling motive, harvest of travel and leisure implications.
    Appears in Collections:[休閒與遊憩管理學系] 博碩士論文

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