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The Resource Routledge international handbook of outdoor studies, edited by Barbara Humberstone, Heather Prince and Karla A. Henderson

Routledge international handbook of outdoor studies, edited by Barbara Humberstone, Heather Prince and Karla A. Henderson

Label
Routledge international handbook of outdoor studies
Title
Routledge international handbook of outdoor studies
Statement of responsibility
edited by Barbara Humberstone, Heather Prince and Karla A. Henderson
Contributor
Editor of compilation
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
796.5
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
GV191.6
LC item number
.R68 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Routledge international handbooks
Label
Routledge international handbook of outdoor studies, edited by Barbara Humberstone, Heather Prince and Karla A. Henderson
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part 1. Constructs and theoretical concepts -- Foundation myths and the roots of adventure education in the Anglosphere / Andrew Brookes -- From 'Erlebnis' to adventure : a view on the German Erlebnispädagogik / Peter Becker -- Environmental concerns and outdoor studies : nature as fosterer / Johan Öman and Klas Sandell -- Outdoor studies and a sound philosophy of experience / John Quay and Jayson Seaman -- Healing the split head of outdoor recreation and outdoor education : revisiting Indigenous knowledge from multiple perspectives / Philip Mullins, Gregory Lowan-Trudeau and Karen Fox -- Health and wellbeing benefits of activities in the outdoors / Cathryn Carpenter and Nevin Harper -- Shifting perspectives on research in the outdoors / Emily Coates, Alan Hockley, Barbara Humberstone and Ina Stan -- Part 2. Formal education in outdoor studies -- The primacy of place in education in outdoor settings / Greg Mannion and Jonathan Lynch -- Scandinavian early childhood education : spending time in the outdoors / Ellen Beate Hansen Sandseter and Trond Løge Hagen -- Supporting early learning outdoors in the UK : culture clash and concord / Sue Waite -- Curricular outdoor learning in Scotland : from practice to policy / Beth Christie, Pete Higgins and Robbie Nicol -- Teaching trainee teachers about outdoor education / Erik Backman -- Pedagogic practice in higher education in the UK / Tim Stott -- Formal curricular initiatives and evaluation in the UK / Heather Prince and David Exeter -- Part 3. Non-formal education and training in/for/about outdoor studies -- Careers in the outdoors / Linda Allin and Amanda West -- Beyond training for tolerance in outdoor experiential education : more than just leadership / Mary Breunig and Elyse Rylander -- Professional accreditation in the UK outdoor sector / Heather Brown, Ian Harris and Su Porter -- Certification in outdoor programmes / Aram Attarian -- Ethical considerations in outdoor studies research / Letty Ashworth, Lucy Maynard and Karen Stuart -- Adventure education : crucible, catalyst and inexact / Jim Sibthorp and Dan Richmond -- Challenge course programming : on the rise or in compromise? / Mark Wagstaff -- The camp experience : learning through the outdoors / M. Deborah Bialeschki, Stephen M. Fine and Troy Bennett -- Sail training / Ken McCulloch -- Forest School in the United Kingdom / Sara Knight -- Developing therapeutic outdoor practice : advenure therapy / Kaye Richards -- Reviewing and reflection : connecting people to experiences / Roger Greenaway and Clifford E. Knapp -- Part 4. International voices and cultural interpretations -- The inclusion of outdoor education in the formal school curriculum : Singapore's journey / Susanna Ho, Matthew Atencio, Yuen Sze Michelle Tan and Chew Ting Ching -- Friluftsliv : nature-friendly adventures for all / Kirsti Pedersen Gurholt -- Turistika activities and games, dramaturgy, and the Czech outdoor experience / Andrew J. Martin, Ivana Turčová and Jan Neuman -- Outdoor studies in Japan / Taito Okamura -- Using outdoor adventure to contribute to peace : the case of Kenya / Shikuku W. Ooko and Helen N. Muthomi -- Outdoor activities in Brazilian educational camps / Marcelo Fadori Soares Palhares and Sandro Carnicelli -- Part 5. Social and environmental justice and outdoor studies -- Race, ethnicity and outdoor studies : trends, challenges and forward momentum / Nina S. Roberts -- Equality and inclusion in the outdoors : connecting with nature from an Indian perspectives / Di Collins and Latha Anantharaman -- Gender in outdoor studies / Karen Warren -- Age and the outdoors / Mike Boyes -- Disability and the outdoors : some considerations for inclusion / John Crosbie -- Spirituality and the outdoors / Paul Heintzman -- Outdoor education, environment and sustainability : youth, society and environment / Geoff Cooper -- Land management and outdoor recreation in the UK / Lois Mansfield -- Part 6. Transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to understanding and exploring outdoor studies -- Experiential learning : towards a multidisciplinary perspective / Colin Beard -- Enskilment and place-responsiveness in outdoor studies : ways of life / Mike Brown and Brian Wattchow -- Outdoor education, safety and risk in the light of serious accidents / Andrew Brookes -- Challenges in adventure sports coaching / Loel Collins and Dave Collins -- Adventure tourism / Paul Beedie -- Ecotourism : outdoor pedagogy at the periphery / Patrick T. Maher -- Bourdieu and alpine mountaineering : the distinction of high peaks, clean lines and pure style / John Telford and Simon Beames -- The archaeology of the outdoor movement and the German development : in the beginning was the curiosity about the sublime / Peter Becker -- Surfing, localism, place-based pedagogies and ecological sensibilities in Australia / Rebecca Olive
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xxix, 529 pages
Isbn
9781138782884
Isbn Type
(Hardback)
Lccn
2015019457
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)922219885
Label
Routledge international handbook of outdoor studies, edited by Barbara Humberstone, Heather Prince and Karla A. Henderson
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part 1. Constructs and theoretical concepts -- Foundation myths and the roots of adventure education in the Anglosphere / Andrew Brookes -- From 'Erlebnis' to adventure : a view on the German Erlebnispädagogik / Peter Becker -- Environmental concerns and outdoor studies : nature as fosterer / Johan Öman and Klas Sandell -- Outdoor studies and a sound philosophy of experience / John Quay and Jayson Seaman -- Healing the split head of outdoor recreation and outdoor education : revisiting Indigenous knowledge from multiple perspectives / Philip Mullins, Gregory Lowan-Trudeau and Karen Fox -- Health and wellbeing benefits of activities in the outdoors / Cathryn Carpenter and Nevin Harper -- Shifting perspectives on research in the outdoors / Emily Coates, Alan Hockley, Barbara Humberstone and Ina Stan -- Part 2. Formal education in outdoor studies -- The primacy of place in education in outdoor settings / Greg Mannion and Jonathan Lynch -- Scandinavian early childhood education : spending time in the outdoors / Ellen Beate Hansen Sandseter and Trond Løge Hagen -- Supporting early learning outdoors in the UK : culture clash and concord / Sue Waite -- Curricular outdoor learning in Scotland : from practice to policy / Beth Christie, Pete Higgins and Robbie Nicol -- Teaching trainee teachers about outdoor education / Erik Backman -- Pedagogic practice in higher education in the UK / Tim Stott -- Formal curricular initiatives and evaluation in the UK / Heather Prince and David Exeter -- Part 3. Non-formal education and training in/for/about outdoor studies -- Careers in the outdoors / Linda Allin and Amanda West -- Beyond training for tolerance in outdoor experiential education : more than just leadership / Mary Breunig and Elyse Rylander -- Professional accreditation in the UK outdoor sector / Heather Brown, Ian Harris and Su Porter -- Certification in outdoor programmes / Aram Attarian -- Ethical considerations in outdoor studies research / Letty Ashworth, Lucy Maynard and Karen Stuart -- Adventure education : crucible, catalyst and inexact / Jim Sibthorp and Dan Richmond -- Challenge course programming : on the rise or in compromise? / Mark Wagstaff -- The camp experience : learning through the outdoors / M. Deborah Bialeschki, Stephen M. Fine and Troy Bennett -- Sail training / Ken McCulloch -- Forest School in the United Kingdom / Sara Knight -- Developing therapeutic outdoor practice : advenure therapy / Kaye Richards -- Reviewing and reflection : connecting people to experiences / Roger Greenaway and Clifford E. Knapp -- Part 4. International voices and cultural interpretations -- The inclusion of outdoor education in the formal school curriculum : Singapore's journey / Susanna Ho, Matthew Atencio, Yuen Sze Michelle Tan and Chew Ting Ching -- Friluftsliv : nature-friendly adventures for all / Kirsti Pedersen Gurholt -- Turistika activities and games, dramaturgy, and the Czech outdoor experience / Andrew J. Martin, Ivana Turčová and Jan Neuman -- Outdoor studies in Japan / Taito Okamura -- Using outdoor adventure to contribute to peace : the case of Kenya / Shikuku W. Ooko and Helen N. Muthomi -- Outdoor activities in Brazilian educational camps / Marcelo Fadori Soares Palhares and Sandro Carnicelli -- Part 5. Social and environmental justice and outdoor studies -- Race, ethnicity and outdoor studies : trends, challenges and forward momentum / Nina S. Roberts -- Equality and inclusion in the outdoors : connecting with nature from an Indian perspectives / Di Collins and Latha Anantharaman -- Gender in outdoor studies / Karen Warren -- Age and the outdoors / Mike Boyes -- Disability and the outdoors : some considerations for inclusion / John Crosbie -- Spirituality and the outdoors / Paul Heintzman -- Outdoor education, environment and sustainability : youth, society and environment / Geoff Cooper -- Land management and outdoor recreation in the UK / Lois Mansfield -- Part 6. Transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to understanding and exploring outdoor studies -- Experiential learning : towards a multidisciplinary perspective / Colin Beard -- Enskilment and place-responsiveness in outdoor studies : ways of life / Mike Brown and Brian Wattchow -- Outdoor education, safety and risk in the light of serious accidents / Andrew Brookes -- Challenges in adventure sports coaching / Loel Collins and Dave Collins -- Adventure tourism / Paul Beedie -- Ecotourism : outdoor pedagogy at the periphery / Patrick T. Maher -- Bourdieu and alpine mountaineering : the distinction of high peaks, clean lines and pure style / John Telford and Simon Beames -- The archaeology of the outdoor movement and the German development : in the beginning was the curiosity about the sublime / Peter Becker -- Surfing, localism, place-based pedagogies and ecological sensibilities in Australia / Rebecca Olive
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xxix, 529 pages
Isbn
9781138782884
Isbn Type
(Hardback)
Lccn
2015019457
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)922219885

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