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A Comparative Analysis of Illinois, Ohio, Colorado and South Dakota Park Districts and Parks and Recreation Departments to Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Indiana, and Michigan Parks and Recreation Departments
Unformatted Document Text:  Goodnow, F.J. 1900. Politics and Administration: A Study in Government. New York, NY: Russell and Russell Publishers. Greve, Frank. 1997. “Park Perks Come with the Territory,” Chicago Tribune (November 26): 1&25. Gulick, Luther Halsey, James D. Mooney and L. Urwick. 1937. Papers on the Science of Administration. New York, NY: Institute of Public Administration, Columbia University. Halsey, Elisabeth. 1940. The Development of Public Recreation in Metropolitan Chicago. Chicago, IL: Chicago Recreation Commission. Harrigan, John .J, Ronald K. Vogel. 2003. Political Change in the Metropolis. New York: Longman Hawkins, Robert B. 1976. Self Government by District: Myth and Reality. Palo Alto, CA: Hoover Institution Press. Hawkins, Robert B. 1973. Public Choice: A Program to Reform and Revitalize Local Government in California. Sacramento, CA: State of California Printing Office. Hendon, William S. 1981. Evaluating Urban Parks and Recreation. New York, NY: Praeger Publishers. Henry, Nicholas. 2001. Public Administration and Public Affairs. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Howard, D.R. and J. L. Crompton. 1980. Financing, Managing and Marketing Recreation & Park Resources. Dubuque, Iowa: Wm.C. Brown. Humke, Robert P., and James Brademas. 1976. Organizational Alternatives in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Champaign-Urbana, IL: University of Illinois. Illinois Association of Park Districts. 2001. The Park District Advantage. Springfield, IL: IAPD. Illinois Municipal League. 2000. Illinois Municipal Directory. Springfield, IL: Illinois Municipal League. Kaszak, Nancy L. 1993. Handbook of Illinois Park District Law. Springfield, IL: Illinois Association of Park Districts. Kraus, Richard G. 1987. Research and Evaluation in Recreation, Parks and Leisure Services. Columbus, OH: Horizons Publishing. 39

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Goodnow, F.J. 1900. Politics and Administration: A Study in Government. New
York, NY: Russell and Russell Publishers.
Greve, Frank. 1997. “Park Perks Come with the Territory,” Chicago Tribune
(November 26): 1&25.
Gulick, Luther Halsey, James D. Mooney and L. Urwick. 1937. Papers on the
Science of Administration. New York, NY: Institute of Public Administration,
Columbia University.
Halsey, Elisabeth. 1940. The Development of Public Recreation in Metropolitan
Chicago. Chicago, IL: Chicago Recreation Commission.
Harrigan, John .J, Ronald K. Vogel. 2003. Political Change in the Metropolis.
New York: Longman
Hawkins, Robert B. 1976. Self Government by District: Myth and Reality. Palo
Alto, CA: Hoover Institution Press.
Hawkins, Robert B. 1973. Public Choice: A Program to Reform and Revitalize
Local Government in California. Sacramento, CA: State of California Printing
Office.
Hendon, William S. 1981. Evaluating Urban Parks and Recreation. New York,
NY: Praeger Publishers.
Henry, Nicholas. 2001. Public Administration and Public Affairs. Upper Saddle
River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Howard, D.R. and J. L. Crompton. 1980. Financing, Managing and Marketing
Recreation & Park Resources. Dubuque, Iowa: Wm.C. Brown.
Humke, Robert P., and James Brademas. 1976. Organizational Alternatives in
Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Champaign-Urbana, IL: University of Illinois.
Illinois Association of Park Districts. 2001. The Park District Advantage.
Springfield, IL: IAPD.
Illinois Municipal League. 2000. Illinois Municipal Directory. Springfield, IL:
Illinois Municipal League.
Kaszak, Nancy L. 1993. Handbook of Illinois Park District Law. Springfield, IL:
Illinois Association of Park Districts.
Kraus, Richard G. 1987. Research and Evaluation in Recreation, Parks and
Leisure Services. Columbus, OH: Horizons Publishing.
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