An Outdoor Journal

An Outdoor Journal

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Author: Jimmy Carter

Publisher: University of Arkansas Press

ISBN: 9781610750165

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 330

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An Outdoor Journal, first published in 1988, is President Carter’s memoir of hunting and fishing and the meaning of nature, revealing much about a man who embodies “so much of what Americans claim to admire—self-reliance, honesty, humor, modesty, intelligence—the stuff of heroes” (The New York Times Book Review).
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Outdoor Environmental Education in Higher Education

Outdoor Environmental Education in Higher Education

Horizons. https://www.outdoor-learning.org/Good-Practice/ Research- Resources/Horizons- Magazine. References. Beames, S. (2017). Innovation and outdoor education. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education, 20(1), 2.

Author: Glyn V. Thomas

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030759803

Category: Electronic books

Page: 398

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This book brings together an international group of authors to discuss the outdoor environmental education (OEE) theory and practice that educators can use to support teaching and learning in higher education. The book contents are organised around a recently established list of threshold concepts that can be used to describe the knowledge and skills that university students would develop if they complete a major in outdoor education. There are six key sections: the theoretical foundations and philosophies of OEE; the pedagogical approaches and issues involved in teaching OEE; the ways in which OEE is a social, cultural and environmental endeavour; how outdoor educators can advocate for social justice; key approaches to safety management; and the need for on-going professional practice. The threshold concepts that form the premise of the book describe outdoor educators as creating opportunities for experiential learning using pedagogies that align their programme's purpose and practice. Outdoor educators are place-responsive, and see their work as a social, cultural and environmental endeavour. They advocate for social and environmental justice, and they understand and apply safety principles and routinely engage in reflective practice. This book will provide clarity and direction for emerging and established outdoor educators around the world and will also be relevant to students and professionals working in related fields such as environmental education, adventure therapy, and outdoor recreation.
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Jimmy Carter American Moralist

Jimmy Carter  American Moralist

Jimmy Carter , An Outdoor Journal : Adventures and Reflections ( New York : Bantam , 1988 ) , pp . 19 , 34 . 48. Interview with a classmate who asked to remain anonymous , June 1977 , Betty Glad's files . 49.

Author: Kenneth E. Morris

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 082031949X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 448

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In the first full-scale biography of America's 39th president since 1980, Kenneth Morris shows readers that any conclusions about Carter's leadership and the adequacy of his challenges as a president cannot ignore the moral quandary that vexed the nation. 35 photos.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

A Life Outdoors

A Life Outdoors

Your journal can settle those arguments once and for all! An even more important reason to start and keep an outdoor journal is when your children (or in my case, grandchild!) start to hunt and fish with you . You will undoubtedly take ...

Author: Robert D. Sopuck

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460245286

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 232

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The 21st Century is a time of profound and wrenching change. The phrase “stop the world, I want to get off” never seemed more appropriate. Robert Sopuck caught his first fish at age 4 in the presence of his father. That fish set off a lifetime of exploration of the natural world. He and his bride, the inestimable Caroline, live on 480 acres of wild land south of Manitoba’s Riding Mountain National Park. This book is about their way of life as modern country people who have developed a profound relationship with the land, wildlife, and the ecosystem that supports them. This book describes a way of living with Nature via detailed, funny, informative, and sometimes poignant essays. The first essay, “It All Started with This Fish,” describes the beginning of this journey while the second last, “Hunting with Dad” describes his emotions while speaking at his father’s funeral about their shared outdoor experiences that made him who he is. In between there are hunting stories, “how to” essays on wild food preparation, and descriptions of unique wildlife experiences. “A Life Outdoors” will show the reader that there is a way of life “out there” that is authentic, joyous, and profound.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Field Stream

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FOR YOUNG Why keep an outdoor journal? THERE ARE SEVERAL GOOD REASONS: For fun. For a record of where you ent, who you went with, and how it was when you were there. For planning the next trip. For something to read on a cold winter day ...

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Page: 128

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.
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Fishing with the Presidents

Fishing with the Presidents

Alfred M. Lansing , “ Ike's Fishing Secrets , ” Collier's magazine , April 15 , 1955 , pp . 31-33 . 35. ... Jimmy Carter , An Outdoor Journal ( Fayetteville : University of Arkansas Press ) , 1994 , p . 73 . 38.

Author: William J. Mares

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 0811727688

Category: History

Page: 160

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A wide-ranging collection of lore, photographs, and political cartoons offers a fascinating glimpse at the habits, idiosyncracies, and, ultimately, the character of our fishing presidents.
Categories: History

Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter

Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter

JC, An Outdoor Journal (New York, 1988), 43–44, and Hour before Daylight, 101–3. 44. JC, Reckoning, 93–94; Hugh Carter, Beedie and Hot, 28; Simmons, Rosalynn Carter, 23; NPS interview with JC, May 11, 1988, 212, JCL; NPS interview with ...

Author: E. Stanly Godbold, Jr.

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199779627

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 392

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Covering their lives from childhood to the end of the Georgia governorship, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter is one of the few major biographies of an American president that pays significant attention to the First Lady. So deeply were their lives and aspirations intertwined, a close friend once remarked: "You can't really understand Jimmy Carter unless you know Rosalynn." The story of one is the story of the other. To recount their remarkable lives, E. Stanly Godbold, Jr. draws on academic and military records, the governor's correspondence, the recollections of the Carters themselves, as well as original, unpublished interviews with a wide variety of participants in the Carters' political and personal lives. The book reveals a man who was far more complex than the peanut farmer of popular myth, a man who cited both Reinhold Niebuhr and Bob Dylan as early influences on his legal philosophy, was heir to a sizable fortune, and who, with the help of Rosalynn, built a lucrative agribusiness. Nicknamed "Hotshot" by his father, Carter was the first president born in a hospital, rode a motorcycle before entering politics, counted Tolstoy, Dylan Thomas, William Faulkner, and James Agee among his favorite authors, and claimed his wife Rosalynn as the most influential person in his life. Volume I in this two-volume biography details how the Carters rose to power, managed their private and public lives, governed Georgia, and seized control of the national Democratic party. The cast of colorful characters includes "Miss Allie" Smith, "Mr. Earl" and "Miss Lillian," brother Billy, Rachel Clark, Admiral Rickover, George Wallace, Lester Maddox, Richard Nixon, daughter Amy, Charles Kirbo, Hamilton Jordan, Jody Powell, and many more. It is a sweeping, Faulknerian tale of individuals who would change the image of the South in the national mind and the role of the South in the presidency. Indeed, Carter shocked the state of Georgia and the entire country by calling for an end to racial discrimination in 1971, thus launching his national political career. Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter neither sanctifies nor vilifies the Carters but offers instead an even-handed, brilliantly researched, and utterly absorbing account of two ordinary people whose lives together took them to the heights of power and public service in America.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Field Stream

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If you're looking for tips that can help you bag more game, then you'll want to turn on the Outdoor Life Network. ... P M " Carolina Outdoor journal 7:00 Real Fishing 7:]0 Americana Outdoors 8:00 Yamaha's American Expeditions S:]0 Bass ...

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Page: 124

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.
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Race to the Bottom of the Earth

Race to the Bottom of the Earth

Davey Braun, “Alone Across Antarctica Part 3: Nowhere to Hide—Børge Ousland's World Record Legacy,” Outdoor Journal (July 17, 2019), https://www.outdoorjournal.com/featured/athletes-and-explorers/borgeousland-antarctica-legacy/ 318 ...

Author: Rebecca E. F. Barone

Publisher: Henry Holt and Company (BYR)

ISBN: 9781250257819

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 304

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Equal parts adventure and STEM, Rebecca E. F. Barone's Race to the Bottom of the Earth: Surviving Antarctica is a thrilling nonfiction book for young readers chronicling two treacherous, groundbreaking expeditions to the South Pole—and includes eye-catching photos of the Antarctic landscape. "Riveting! I raced to the end of this book!" —Alan Gratz, New York Times bestselling author of Refugee In 1910, Captain Robert Scott prepared his crew for a trip that no one had ever completed: a journey to the South Pole. He vowed to get there any way he could, even if it meant looking death in the eye. Then, not long before he set out, another intrepid explorer, Roald Amundsen, set his sights on the same goal. Suddenly two teams were vying to be the first to make history—what was to be an expedition had become a perilous race. In 2018, Captain Louis Rudd readied himself for a similarly grueling task: the first unaided, unsupported solo crossing of treacherous Antarctica. But little did he know that athlete Colin O’Brady was training for the same trek—and he was determined to beat Louis to the finish line. For fans of Michael Tougias’ The Finest Hours, this gripping account of two history-making moments of exploration and competition is perfect for budding scientists, survivalists, and thrill seekers. "A nail-biting tale of adventure, tragedy, and superhuman determination—and also a luminous example of how our present lives are shaped by our immeasurably deep connection to our past." —Elizabeth Wein, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Code Name Verity "A huge treat for adventure story fans—not one, but two incredible races across the fearsome and fascinating Antarctic!" —Steve Sheinkin, New York Times bestselling author of Bomb and Undefeated
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Communication Research Methods in Postmodern Culture

Communication Research Methods in Postmodern Culture

New York: Bantam. or Carter, J., Smith, B., & Jones, C. (1998). An outdoor journal: Adventures and reflections. New York: Bantam. Journals/Magazines: Author. (Date). Article title. Magazine or journal name. Volume Chapter 11 • Writing ...

Author: Larry Z Leslie

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317350965

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 256

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Communication Research Methods in Postmodern Culture explores communication research from a postmodern perspective while retaining key qualitative and quantitative research methods. The author uses easy-to-understand language to incorporate new research methods inspired by contemporary culture and includes review questions and suggested activities designed to help readers understand and master communication research. The blend of new and traditional methods creates a book appropriate to the study of communication in an increasingly complex cultural environment.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines