Adventure in a Bun

  title={Adventure in a Bun},
  author={Christopher Loynes},
  journal={Journal of Experiential Education},
  pages={35 - 39}
  • C. Loynes
  • Published 1 May 1998
  • Education
  • Journal of Experiential Education
Outdoor adventure, wherever it is to be found within recreation, education and training, is becoming another form of what Jarvie (1996) calls recreational capitalism. Their is a growing body of evidence that what has been a social movement for our times (Crowther 1984) is now entering the market place and adopting market place values (Sessoms 1991). Their is also evidence that, in the process, providers of outdoor adventure are leaving behind the values of the social movement that gave rise to… 
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