JOEE 19(2)

JOEE Special Issue: Looking Back While Looking Forward
Edited by John Quay and Andrew Brookes

This Special Issue brings together a collection of invited papers which provide perspectives on past and future that speak across the change in name from the Australian Journal of Outdoor Education to the Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education. In more colloquial terms, the papers in this issue attempt a version of “looking back while looking forward.” Notably, all the authors are Australian: a deliberate decision in the attempt to capture these perspectives.

Australian outdoor (and) environmental education research: Senses of “place” in two constituencies

Noel Gough

What do citation patterns reveal about the outdoor education field? A snapshot 2000–2013

Andrew Brookes and Alistair Stewart

The “F” word: Feminism in outdoor education

Tonia Gray

Outdoor education and school curriculum distinctiveness: More than content, more than process

John Quay

Postparadigmatic materialisms: A “new movement of thought” for outdoor environmental education research?

Noel Gough

Book Review by Philip M. Mullins

Musa, G., Higham, J., & Thomson-Carr, A. (2015). Mountaineering Tourism. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
ISBN: 978-1-138-78237-2

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