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The Scandinavian concept of friluftsliv has become established in the international literature on outdoor life. However, when emphasising friluftsliv as a recreational way of outdoor life, other understandings and nuances are disguised. With a post-colonial and Indigenous methodological...
Emotions influence the process of personal development and are an important factor in learning. Reflecting on and understanding one’s emotions within an experiential personal development course can contribute to self-knowledge and future professional growth as leisure educators. This study maps...
Outdoor education in Ireland, as in many countries, takes place in a variety of physical locations ranging from urban to wilder, minimally human influenced environments. Irish public outdoor education providers have traditionally placed little emphasis on cultural understandings of the places...
Outdoor education in various forms has a long and rich tradition in the Czech Republic. This paper focuses on research into the benefits or return on investment of a winter travel course organised by the Department of Recreology at the Faculty of Physical Culture of Palacký University Olomouc...
Play encourages physical and social activity creativity, and risk-taking. However, unstructured and risky play is on the decline. Our qualitative study explored the perspectives of Play Ambassadors, who faciliated a community-based loose parts play intervention (‘play hubs’) in Calgary parks...
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