Items where Department is "Outdoor Studies" and Year is 2019

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Allin, L., Prince, Heather and Humberstone, B. (2019) Publication and dissemination in outdoor studies research. In: Humberstone, B. and Prince, Heather, (eds.) Research Methods in Outdoor Studies. Routledge, Oxford, pp. 307-316.

Allin, Linda, Prince, Heather and Humberstone, Barbara (2019) Publishing and disseminating outdoor studies research. In: Humberstone, Barbara and Prince, Heather, (eds.) Research methods in outdoor studies. Routledge Advances in Outdoor Studies series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Oxford, UK.

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Brannigan, John, Ryfield, Frances, Crowe, Tasman and Cabana, David (2019) ‘The languo of flows’: ecosystem services, cultural value, and the nuclear legacy in the Irish Sea. Environmental Humanities, 11 (2). pp. 280-301.

Bren, Chloe and Prince, Heather (2019) Exploring the experiences of trans and non-binary participants in residential outdoor programmes. In: EOE 2019 Conference: Diversity and Inclusion in Outdoor and Experiential Learning, 25-27 September 2019, Institute of Technology, Tralee, Ireland. (Unpublished)

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Dudman, Jane, Hedges, Carrie and Loynes, Christopher (2019) The impact of residential experiences on pupil progress and attainment in year six (10-11 year olds) in England: a Learning Away comparative research study. Learning Away Consortium, FSC Preston Montford, Shrewsbury, UK.

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Ensoll, Richard (2019) The entangled rhythms of a canoe journey: Rhythmanalysis, speculative fabulation and a tidal microadventure. In: International Adventure Conference 2019, 18th-21st June 2019, Dumfries and Galloway. (Unpublished)

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Fenton, Lisa (2019) Bumping heads: Bushcraft and its cognate domains. [In press]. In: The Global Bushcraft Symposium, 10th -14th June 2019, Alberta, Canada. (Unpublished)

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Hayes, Tracy and Prince, Heather (2019) Shared-story approaches in outdoor studies: the HEAR (Hermeneutics, Auto/Ethnography and Action Research) ‘listening’ methodological model. In: Humberstone, Barbara and Prince, Heather, (eds.) Research methods in outdoor studies. Routledge Advances in Outdoor Studies series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Oxford, UK.

Hedges, Carrie, Loynes, Christopher and Waite, Sue (2019) Research hubs: the theory-practice nexus. In: Prince, Heather and Humberstone, Barbara, (eds.) Research methods in outdoor studies. Routledge Advances in Outdoor Studies series . Routledge, Taylor & Francs, London, UK.

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Juan, Chia Yi (2019) Cross-country skiing: learning by experiencing nature, culture and a new self. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria, University of Marburg, Norwegian School of Sports Science.

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Loynes, Christopher (2019) Book review: Adventure and society. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 20 (1). pp. 92-94.

Loynes, Christopher (2019) Thinking of 'the outdoors' as a social movement. In: Ambleside Professoriate Lecture Series, 20 February 2019, University of Cumbria, Ambleside, UK. (Unpublished)

Loynes, Christopher (2019) When is appropriation misappropriation in Outdoor Learning? In: EOE Conference: Diversity and inclusion in Outdoor & Experiential Learning, 25th - 27th September 2019, Tralee, Ireland. (Unpublished)

Loynes, Christopher, Fenton, Lisa and Towers, Daniel (2019) Wild pedagogies: its potential for changing perceptions and experiences of nature. In: Nature Connections 2019, 2 July 2019, University of Derby, UK. (Unpublished)

Loynes, Christopher and Towers, Daniel (2019) Embedding sustainability into Higher Education curricula: Geography and beyond. In: Royal Geographical Society with IBG Annual International Conference 2019, 27th-30th August 2019, London. (Unpublished)

Lund, Lisbeth Kronsted (2019) Sea-kayaking, well-being and experiences of the sea. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria (awarding body Lancaster University).

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Mansfield, Lois (2019) Food as cultural capital in rural development: a comparative study between Japanese and British upland agriculture. In: Royal Geographical Society (RGS-IBG) Annual International Conference 2019, 28-30 August 2019, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), London, UK. (Unpublished)

Mansfield, Lois (2019) Resilience in upland agriculture. In: Bangor Geographical Society Talk, 19 February 2019, University of Bangor, Wales, UK. (Unpublished)

Mansfield, Lois (2019) Scientific investigations in outdoor environments. In: Prince, Heather and Humberstone, Barbara, (eds.) Research methods in outdoor studies. Routledge Advances in Outdoor Studies series . Routledge, Taylor & Francs, London, UK.

McKelvie, Logan (2019) Emotional intelligence in outdoor experiential leaders: a psychometric inquiry. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.

Mcphie, Jamie (2019) Ethnodrama as rhizomatic inquiry. In: 3rd European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry: Qualitative Inquiry as Activism, 13-15 February 2019, Edinburgh University, Scotland.. (Unpublished)

Mcphie, Jamie (2019) Mental health and wellbeing in the Anthropocene: a posthuman inquiry. Palgrave Macmillan.

Mcphie, Jamie and Clarke, David A.G. (2019) Post-qualitative inquiry in outdoor studies: a radical (non-)methodology. In: Prince, Heather and Humberstone, Barbara, (eds.) Research methods in outdoor studies. Routledge Advances in Outdoor Studies series . Routledge, Taylor & Francs, London, UK, pp. 186-195.

Metzler, Hannah Lina (2019) An album of protest: assembling narratives from the Hambacher Forst squat. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.

Möller, I., Bouma, T.J., Brendel, M., Brooks, H., Cao, H., Carr, Simon, Chirol, C., Christie, E., Dennis, R., Eggermond, A., Evans, B., Lustig, J., Miranda-Lange, M., Nolte, Stefanie, Paul, M., Reents, S., Rolfe, C., Royse, K., Schoutens, K., Spencer, K., Temmerman, S. and Kudella, M. (2019) Response of ecologically-mediated shallow intertidal shore transitions to extreme hydrodynamic forcing (RESIST). (Unpublished)

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Prager, Simone (2019) Erleben and its meaning for vulnerable youth: a case study with digital stories. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria (awarding body Lancaster University).

Prince, Heather (2019) Building blocks in experiential learning for inclusive teaching and learning. In: EOE 2019 Conference: Diversity and Inclusion in Outdoor and Experiential Learning, 25-27 September 2019, Institute of Technology, Tralee, Ireland. (Unpublished)

Prince, Heather (2019) Capturing outdoor experiences using social networking sites: Exploring students’ practices through photo-elicitation. In: Kokalji, Irena, (ed.) The Mediation of Experiences by Technology in the Outdoors. Selected papers from the European Institute of Outdoor Adventure Education and Experiential Learning (EOE), 17th . CSOD, Ljubljana, Slovenia, pp. 76-80.

Prince, Heather (2019) Changes in outdoor learning in primary schools in England, 1995 and 2017: lessons for good practice. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 19 (4). pp. 329-342.

Prince, Heather (2019) Outdoor Learning in Primary Schools: Practice, Challenges and Opportunities. In: Ambleside Professoriate Lecture Series, 20 March 2019, University of Cumbria, Ambleside Campus. (Unpublished)

Prince, Heather (2019) Teachers' perception of the value of outdoor learning in a period of curriculum and governance reform. In: Outdoor Learning Symposium, 11 April 2019, Learning, Education and Development (LED) Research Centre, University of Cumbria, Ambleside, UK. (Unpublished)

Prince, Heather (2019) The sustained value teachers place on outdoor learning. Education 3-13 .

Prince, Heather, Ager, Jen, Weller, Andy and Bannister, Roo (2019) Research informed practice or practice informed research? Reflections on master’s dissertation student journeys. In: Learning & Teaching Fest 2019, 3 July 2019, University of Cumbria, Carlisle, UK. (Unpublished)

Prince, Heather and Fletcher, Eric (2019) Ocean Youth Trust North: a report on the social impact of sail training. (Unpublished)

Prince, Heather and Fletcher, Eric (2019) Research matters (sail training research). In: Association of Sail Training Organisations (ASTO) National Conference, 25 January 2019, Solent University, Southampton, UK. (Unpublished)

Prince, Heather and Humberstone, Barbara (2019) Research methods in outdoor studies: introduction. In: Humberstone, Barbara and Prince, Heather, (eds.) Research methods in outdoor studies. Routledge Advances in Outdoor Studies series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Oxford, UK.

Prince, Heather and Mallabon, Elizabeth (2019) Designing effective research projects in outdoor studies. In: Humberstone, Barbara and Prince, Heather, (eds.) Research methods in outdoor studies. Routledge Advances in Outdoor Studies series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Oxford, UK.

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Ryfield, Frances (2019) A geomorphic paradox: performing histories of change as the land-slips away. In: Jones, Roy, Robertson, Iain J.M., Harvey, David C. and Carter, Thomas, (eds.) Creating heritage: unrecognised pasts and rejected futures. Routledge Cultural Heritage and Tourism Series . Routledge, Abingdon, UK.

Ryfield, Frances, Cabana, David, Brannigan, John and Crowe, Tasman (2019) Conceptualizing ‘sense of place’ in cultural ecosystem services: a framework for interdisciplinary research. Ecosystem Services, 36 . p. 100907.

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Towers, Daniel and Loynes, Christopher (2019) Knowledge construction in outdoor education. In: Kahn, Peter and Anderson, Lorraine, (eds.) Developing your teaching towards excellence, 2nd edition. Key guides for effective teaching in higher education series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK.

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Waite-Shores, Peter (2019) Industrial rope access. In: Ambleside campus seminar, 11 November 2019, University of Cumbria, Ambleside, UK. (Unpublished)

White, Victoria (2019) Out in the open: an examination of the physical and psychological affordances of outdoor spaces within the delivery of formal therapy. In: Valuing Nature Annual Conference 2019, 28-29 October 2019, Royal Society, London, UK. (Unpublished)

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