Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education

Articles from Vol. 13, No. 1, January

A Tale of Three Journals: A Study of Papers Published in AJOE, JAEOL and JEE between 1998 and 2007
Introduction This paper provides an analysis of the refereed publications in three scholarly journals in the related fields of outdoor education, adventure education, and experiential education. The three journals are the Australian Journal of Outdoor...
Communicating Risk with Parents: Exploring the Methods and Beliefs of Outdoor Education Co-Ordinators in Victoria, Australia
Introduction The aim of this paper is to explore the risk communication strategies currently being employed in a number of Victorian Government schools to enable parents to make an 'informed' decision regarding their child's participation in a school...
Editorial
Welcome to another issue of the Australian Journal of Outdoor Education where you will find four refereed papers, and one book review. This issue includes papers from two first-time authors, which is important because it demonstrates the commitment...
From the outside Looking In: A Study of Australian Employers' Perceptions of Graduates from Outdoor Education Degree Programs
Introduction Currently in Australia there are a number of pathways that exist to provide entry into the outdoor profession, but it is not always clear which pathway will produce the best employees. Where do graduates from outdoor education degrees...
The Enhancement of Resilience Via a Wilderness Therapy Program: A Preliminary Investigation
Introduction This paper reports on a study, which investigated the effects of the Typo Station program on participants' resilience. The study aimed to evaluate the program outcomes of resilience and protective factors of resilience to help begin...
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