New Issue: Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership

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Bruce Martin, Ohio University

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The Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership is the only peer-reviewed journal published in the United States with a specific focus on the areas of outdoor recreation, education, and leadership. Through this collaborative effort between the Association for Outdoor Recreation and Education, the Wilderness Education Association, and the Western Kentucky University Research Foundation, the journal focuses on improving research and practice and reducing the disparity between the two in the represented disciplines.
The journal's mission is to improve outdoor recreation, education, and leadership through the publication and dissemination of peer-reviewed manuscripts. Publishing articles which contribute to the development of theory and practice is a guiding principle of the publication. The journal solicits high quality manuscripts from authors inside and outside of academia. Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts (relevant to outdoor recreation, education, or leadership) in the following three categories: (1) Regular Papers, (2) Essays, Practices and Commentaries, and (3) Research Notes. See more within Author Guidelines in the About tab.
Volume 14, Issue 1
Special Issue, Part I: Community Impacts of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership
Editor's Notes
Editors’ Note–Community Impacts of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership
Andrew J. Bobilya, Betsy Lindley, Dan McCole
Regular Papers
Racial Capitalism and Outdoor Adventure Education: Challenging Inequity and Reimagining Connection, Community, and Place
Cecil H. Goodman
The Social Benefits of a City Whitewater Park
Karl Schmidt, Bruce Martin, Geoffrey Buckley, Andrew Szolosi
Community Wellness and Social Support as Motivation for Participation in Outdoor Adventure Recreation
Ryan Zwart, Ryan Hines
Nature-Based Placemaking: A Natural Asset Focused Community Vibrancy Roadmap
Ross D. Greedy, Elizabeth E. Perry, Lissy Goralnik, Julie Fitzpatrick
Outdoor Recreation as an Asset for Youth Development in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Katrina Black Reed, Steven Hanna, Sunhye Bai, Jennifer P. Agans
Engaging Youth as Community Leaders in Outdoor Education Research, Program Design, and Evaluation
Alayna M. Schmidt, Andrew J. Bobilya
Technology that Inspires a Connection to Nature: Reframing the Role of Technology in Outdoor Engagement and Conservation
Anne S. Livingston