The effects of an outdoor experiential progamme on social identification

The effects of outdoor experiential learning activities have long been debated, yet evidence supporting their effectiveness is equivocal. This study explores the effects of an experiential learning programme on participant’s social identity, specifically to determine whether such a programme may enhance an individual’s sense of social identification.

Burke, V. & Jones, I. (2005) The effects of an outdoor experiential programme on social identification, Teaching and Learning Conference, University of Luton, June; 13th Congress of the European Association for Sport Management / 75th Conference of the Institute of Sport and Recreation Management, Newcastle, September.

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