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Learning From and With Each Other: Outdoor Leaders’ Views on Personal Growth and Well-Being Through Expeditions With At-Risk Populations

Jule Hildmann, Seamus Hoyne, Simon White

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expedition; wilderness journey; personal and social growth; outdoor leadership; self-concept; agency; safe space

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18666/JOREL-2020-V12-I2-9823

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