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Philosophy of Outdoor Education - References

James Neill
Last updated:
26 Jan 2008

Barnes, P. (2006). Influences on a modern outdoor education organisation's philosophy. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, 10(1), 22-28.

Bowles, S. (1994). Adventure education - a search for meaning and definition.

Bowles, S. (1996). Outdoor adventure education and experiential learnings in a European context today.

Bowles, S. (1999a).  Interview text for Adventure Educational Journal in April-99.

Bowles, S. (1999b).  Oxytun lecture in Alta

Bowles, S. (n.d.).  Singing-the-map and map making with OAE today.

Bowles, S. (n.d.).  Which way from Colin Mortlock? And Why?

Connor, M. G. (2000). The undiscovered hero: The journey of wilderness therapy.

Kurt Hahn's Speeches

Henderson, K. (1990, March). Deep ecology and outdoor recreation - Incompatible? JOPERD, 77-80.

Itin (n. d.) Definitions of adventure-based practice and related terms -

James. W. (1893).  The moral equivalent of war

James, T. (1980/2000).  Can the mountains speak for themselves?Scisco Conscientia, 3. Staff training workshop materials.

Kielsmeier (1988) Outdoor Centers and Camps: A 'natural' location for youth leadership development ERIC Clearinghouse.

Mortlock, C. (1984) The adventure alternative. Milnthorpe, Cumbria: Cicerone Press.

Mortlock, C. (2001) Beyond adventure. Milnthorpe, Cumbria: Cicerone Press.

Neill, J. T. (2002).  Are the mountains still speaking for themselves?  A defining tension 20 years on.

Neill, J. T. (2002).  Comments about change. Psychological Aspects of Outdoor Education: Exploratory Papers (Vol. 1).

Neill, J. T. (2002). Theories of outdoor education.

Neill, J. T. (2002). My philosophy of outdoor education.

Neill, J. T. (2002). Outdoor education, ethics, and moral development.

Neill, J. T. (2002). Postmodernism and outdoor education.

Petruzzi, A. (1997). Hermeneutic disclosure as freedom: John Dewey and Paulo Freire on the non-representational nature of educationJournal of Critical Pedagogy, II(1).