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Cory Kulczycki

Assistant Professor

Office: CK 164.5
E-mail: cory.kulczycki@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-585-4841
Fax: 306-585-4854

Research interests
Place meaning and place attachment as experienced through recreation and sport; and the behaviours and motivations of participants and spectators at small-scale sport tourism events.

I joined the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies in 2013. My academic background includes and Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism and a Bachelor of Natural Science (Lakehead Universtiy), Master of Tourism (University of Otago) and PhD in Physical Education and Recreation (University of Alberta).
My research interests lie within recreation, leisure and sport. The central theme of my research is place meaning and user experiences. Currently, my research is focused in two main areas: (a) place meaning and place attachment as experienced through recreation and sport; and (b) the behaviours and motivations of participants and spectators at small-scale sport tourism events.

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