Risking a Debate - Redefining Risk and Risk Management: A New Zealand Case Study

@article{Zink2001RiskingAD,
  title={Risking a Debate - Redefining Risk and Risk Management: A New Zealand Case Study},
  author={R. Zink and Sarah Leberman},
  journal={Journal of Experiential Education},
  year={2001},
  volume={24},
  pages={50 - 57}
}
This paper examines the gulf between the perceptions of risk and risk management of twelve New Zealand outdoor instructors and the definitions and managerial practices surrounding risk and risk management. This gulf is supported by the discursive practices of risk and risk management which privileges objective and rational models of thinking, denying the subjective experience of both the instructor and the student. Broadening the definitions of risk to recognize the opportunities as well as the… Expand
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