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Norwegian Friluftsliv - A Way of Living and Learning in Nature
This book is aimed at an international readership. Friluftsliv is a Norwegian form of living outdoors in harmony with nature. The book demonstrates how friluftsliv is central to Norwegian social and cultural practices in the outdoors. The purpose of this book is to provide you with knowledge, ideas and perspectives that can enhance your understanding of nature and help make your stay in nature more purposeful and meaningful. Key themes addressed throughout the book include:
•Friluftsliv as a social and cultural phenomenon
•Friluftsliv as an educational approach
•Nature guiding and leadership in nature
•Outdoor adventure education
Annette R. Hofmann, PhD, Professor for Sports Pedagogy at Ludwigsburg University of Education in Germany, and head of the sport department. Main fields of research: ski history, history of women's ski jumping, German American sports, women and sport. Besides sports pedagogy her teaching includes downhill and cross-country skiing and outdoor education (friluftsliv) in Norway's Arctic. Dr. Hofmann, Annette R., Professorin für Sportwissenschaft an der Pädagogischen Hochschule Ludwigsburg, Vizepräsidentin des Deutschen Turner-Bundes (DTB), Präsidentin der Internationalen Vereinigung für Sportgeschichte (ISHPES), Academic Editor Europe des International Journal of the History of Sport.
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