Abstract

Research into women’s and girls’ outdoor programs and their influence on perceived body image has gained scholarly attention in recent decades. A systematic review of research from 1980–2017 identifies key trends and themes revealing opportunities to advance understandings in the field. In particular, while there has been extensive research conducted on women’s and girls’ outdoor education programs from various perspectives, there is a shortage of robust research examining the impact of outdoor education on body image. While identifying some trends, the broad scope of the enquiry highlights the scarcity of this empirical data, and calls for heightened emphasis and scholarly debate in the area of body image and outdoor education.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2375-6381
Print ISSN
2375-5830
Pages
pp. 21-46
Launched on MUSE
2018-01-31
Open Access
No
Archive Status
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