Strachkova N.V., Logvina E.V. Modern Trends of Children’s Recreation System Development in Crimea

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15688/jvolsu11.2015.3.6

 
Natalya Vasilyevna Strachkova
Candidate of Geographical Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Tourism,
Crimean Federal University named after V.I. Vernadsky
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Prosp. Vernadskogo, 4, 295007 Simferopol, Russian Federation
 
Elena Vladimirovna Logvina
Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Tourism,
Crimean Federal University named after V.I. Vernadsky
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Prosp. Vernadskogo, 4, 295007 Simferopol, Russian Federation
 
Abstract. The system of children’s activities focused on socially important category of society – the younger generation, holds a special place in the tourist activity. Children’s leisure (tourism) involves traveling, involving school children, aged between 7 and 15 years with different goals. Among the objectives of such tourism we can mention treatment, health (rest), cognitive motives. As compared to 2010, in 2014 the number of institutions of rehabilitation and recreation decreased by 51,2 %, while the number of children staying in these institutions by 1 %. The largest number is concentrated in the Yalta and Simferopol regions – 42 and 41, respectively. In summer of 2014, 306 institutions of child care health and rest functioned. The number of children amounted to 104.5 thousand people. Day stay services were provided in 232 institutions using 19,4 thousand people (18,6 % total). Total rest, recreation and treatment in 2014 reached more than 127 thousand Crimean children, accounting for 74,86 % of the total number of children of the Republic of Crimea (rehabilitation – 73,6 thousand children, children’s activities – 53,3 thousands children), including about 50 thousand children of privileged categories, representing 56 % of the total. In Crimea, more than 39,6 thousand children from 68 regions of the Russian Federation and other states improved their health. In 2014 for rehabilitation and recreation of children of the Republic of Crimea in institutions of rehabilitation and recreation, as well as in children’s sanatoriums, it was planned to invest 880.319 million rubles. Possible strategies for the development of children’s activities require a clear distinction between child welfare and children’s holiday business holiday.
Key words: children’s recreation, tourism, cultural heritage, health centers, bed capacity, children’s institutions of health and rest.
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