Outdoor Education Theory References I

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Borrie, W. T., & Roggenbuck, J. W. (2001). The dynamic, emergent, and multi-phasic nature of on-site wilderness experiences. Journal of Leisure Research, 33(2), 202-228. Borrie: Article

Davies, G. (1992). On becoming human. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 9(4), 22-45.

Day, L., & Sharp, R. (1993). Teaching by error in outdoor pursuit activities. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 10(1), 7-10. Abstract

Dickinson, S. (1992). Measurement of anxiety and arousal in outdoor adventure activities. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 9(1), 34-36. Abstract

Ewert, A. (1983). Perceived importance of outdoor adventure activities. Recreation Research Review.

Ewert, A. (1986). Fear and anxiety in environmental education programs. Journal of Environmental Education, 18(1), 33-39. Abstract

Ewert, A. (1986). The therapeutic modification of fear through outdoor recreation activities. The Bradford Papers Annual 1986. Ewert: Article

Ewert, A. (1988). The identification and modification of situational fears associated with outdoor recreation. Journal of Leisure Research, 20(2), 106-117. Ewert: Article

Ferguson, D. D., & Jones, K. (2001). Cross-country skiing as a self-efficacy intervention with an adolescent female: An innovative application of Bandura's theory to therapeutic recreation. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 35(4), 357-364. Abstract

Fitzsimmons, P. (1999). Underneath the human face of outdoor education: The metalanguage of the mask. Paper presented at the 11th National Outdoor Education Conference, Perth, WA.

Fornander, G., et al. (Eds.). (1981). Theory and practice: A conflict in experiential education. The Journal of Experiential Education, 4(1).

Gilbertson, K., & Ewert, A. (2002). The adventure model: A replication study to determine if different adventure skills support the model. In: Research in Outdoor Education, Volume 6. Abstract

Hammerman, D., & Priest, S. (1989). The enquiry/discovery approach to learning in adventure education. Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 6(2), 29-32. Abstract

Hastie, P. A. (1994). Redefining “enjoyment”: Prospective physical education teachers' appraisal of “enjoyment” following an outdoor adventure camp. Journal of Experiential Education, 17(3), 29-33. Abstract

Henderson, B., & Cushing, P. (1998). Pathways to Transformation: Association for Experiential Education, Boulder, Co.

Hill, B. V. (1999). So what's so special about being outdoors? Paper presented at the 11th National Outdoor Education Conference, Perth, WA.

Hovelynck, J. (2000). Recognising and exploring action-theories: A reflection-in-action approach to facilitating experiential learning. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 1(1), 7-20. Hovelynck: Article

Humberstone, B. (2000). The 'outdoor industry' as social and educational phenomena: Gender and outdoor adventure/education. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 1(1), 21-35. Abstract

Kiewa, J. (1992). Abseiling is not a panacea. When the adventure experience is not good for you. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 9(4), 13-15. Abstract

Kiewa, J. (1994). Self-Control: The key to adventure? Towards a model of the adventure experience. Women & Therapy, 15(3/4), 29-41. Kiewa: Book summary

Lowe, P. (1985). The 'adventure alternative' and the affective domain. Journal of Adventure Education, 2(4/5), 21-24.

Malton, G. (1987). Why residential experience. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 4(3), 27-28.

Miles, J. C. (1978). The value of high adventure activities. Leisure Today in Journal of Physical Education and Recreation, 49(4), 3-4. Abstract

Nettleton, B., & Dickinson, S. (1993). Measuring emotional responses of park users. Australian Parks & Recreation, 29(1), 14-18.

Nettleton, B., & Dickinson, S. (1996). Reversals of emotional states in wilderness settings. Australian Leisure, March, 29-35.

Nichols, D. R. (1990). Enhancing learning in the outdoors. ACT ACHPER, 16, 11-12.

Orford, G. (1993). Everything is program: Maximising the message: The Outdoor Educator. Orford: Article

Payne, S. M. (1986). What is learning? Does activity mean active learning? Adventure Education, 3(3), 24-25.

Pearse, L. (1986). Outdoor education: the case for the expedition process: National Biennial Conference.

Priest, S. (1990). The adventure experience paradigm. In J. C. Miles & S. Priest (Eds.), Adventure education (pp. 157-162). State College, PA: Venture Publishing Inc.

Priest, S. (1998). The effect of program setting and duration on corporate team development. Journal of Experiential Education, 21(2), 111-112. Abstract

Putnam, K. (2002). Explosive results: An Examination of the change process in Green Mountain Explosives Inc. (Report): University of New Hampshire.

Robinson, R. (1991). Illuminative evaluation: for an outdoor education centre. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 7(4), 10-12. Abstract

Royce, D. (1987). Why outdoors? Adventure Education, 4(4), 24-29.

Russell, K. C., & Phillips-Miller, D. (2002). Perspectives on the wilderness therapy process and its relation to outcome. Child and Youth Care Forum, 31, 415-437. Abstract

Schreyer, R. M., White, R., & McCool, S. F. (1978). Common attributes uncommonly exercised. Leisure Today in Journal of Physical Education and Recreation, 49(4), 36-38. Abstract

Searle, P., & Crane, P. (1987). The outdoor people trip. Paper presented at the 5th National Outdoor Education Conference, Woodman Point, WA.

Stansfield, D. (1987). How can the residential experience help to remove negative labels. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 4(2), 26-29.

Tapply, R. M. (1977, June). High Adventure: Confronting the Essentials. Parks & Recreation, 26-29;80. Abstract

Tarrant, M. A., Manfredo, M. J., & Driver, B. L. (1994). Recollections of outdoor recreation experiences: A psychophysiological perspective. Journal of Leisure Research, 26(4), 357-371. Excerpt

Tiffany, G. (1995). Informal outdoor education. Part 1 - Introduction, methodology, the characters of informal outdoor education. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 12(2), 11-14. Abstract

Tiffany, G. (1995). Informal outdoor education. Part 2. Curriculum, process and product, experiential learning, use of activities, importance of dialogue, reflection and action. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 12(3), 7-9. Abstract

Tiffany, G. (1995-96). Informal outdoor education. Part 3. Issues and conclusions. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 12(4), 26-28. Abstract

White, B. (1978). Natural challenge activities (toward a conceptual model). Leisure Today in Journal of Physical Education and Recreation, 49(4), 20-22.

Williams, L. (1993). The myths of adventure. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 10(1), 18.

Yaffey, D. (1991). Outdoor pursuits and adventure experience - escaping the needs-trap as a means of personal growth. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership, 8(2), 22-25. Abstract

 
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