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Philippa Marie Lynch

Philippa Marie Lynch
Stilling:
Professor
Avdeling:
Seksjon for kroppsøving og pedagogikk
Telefon:
2246
E-post:

Ansvarsområde

Outdoor Life/Friluftsliv International Exchange
Undervisning i friluftsliv ved:
Årsstudiet i friluftsliv
Masters /TEOS – Friluftsliv/Outdoor education

Fagområde

Outdoor education history
Sociological approaches to outdoor education
Sociological approaches to outdoor recreation
Adventure, risk and trust in outdoor activities
Outdoor education in school curricula
Environmental education and sustainability
Additional interests in: collaborative research technologies; student learning processes.

Kort biografi

Dr Pip Lynch is a professor in friluftsliv and coordinator for the friluftsliv group within the Seksjon for kroppsøving og pedagogikk (physical education department). Pip previously worked in New Zealand, teaching and leading a university outdoor education/outdoor leadership programme as well as teaching and supervising postgraduate students. She is experienced in historical and social science research methods (particularly qualitative methods) and in research collaboration. She has a strong interest in student learning and is a National Tertiary Teaching Excellence awardee in New Zealand (2006). Before taking up university positions, Pip worked as an outdoor educator with schools in southern New Zealand. She has also worked as an independent researcher and as an education programme manager.

Utvalgte publikasjoner

Books
Lynch, P. (2006). Camping in the Curriculum. Christchurch, NZ: PML Publications, 256pp.

Booklets and Handbooks
Lynch, P. (2001). Mainstreaming Outdoor Education, updated and web-published by Outdoors New Zealand.


Book Chapters – Peer Reviewed
Lynch, P. (2012). Critical research produces a robust knowledge base for adventure programming. In: B. Martin & M. Wagstaff (Eds.), Controversial Issues in Adventure Programming (pp. 309-315). Champaign, Ill.::Human Kinetics.

Beare, M. & Lynch, P. (2005). Learning Decision-Making for the Outdoors: A Naturalistic Perspective. In T.J. Dickson, T. Gray & B. Hayllar (Eds). Outdoor and Experiential Learning. Views from the Top. Dunedin, NZ: Otago University Press, pp210-219.

Lynch, P.M., Leonard, R.L., & MacDonald, I. (2004). Identifying Environmental Education Content in Higher Education: A New Zealand Perspective. In: W.L. Filho & M. Littledyke (Eds). International Perspectives in Environmental Education. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.


Periodicals/Journals - Refereed Articles
Lynch, P., Moore, K. & Minchington, L. (2012). Adventure Cultures: an international comparison. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 12(3), 237-260.

Lynch, P. (2012). Outdoor Recreation-related Outdoor Education – Scope of the Research 1995-2010. (Part One). New Zealand Journal of Outdoor Education, 3(1), pp. 24-41.

Lynch, P. (2012). Outdoor Recreation-related Outdoor Education – Scope of the Research 1995-2010. (Part Two). New Zealand Journal of Outdoor Education, 3(1), pp. 42-63.

Booth, K., Lynch, P., McLean, G. & Walker, S., (2011). Taking stock of outdoor recreation research in New Zealand: What we do and don’t know. Australasian Parks and Leisure. 14(1), pp. 16-19.

Lynch, P. & Jonson, P. (2007). From Low Jump to High Jump: Adventure Recreation and the Criminal Law in New Zealand. Annals of Leisure Research, 10 (1), pp. 79-103.

Lynch, P., Jonson, P. & Dibben, M. (2007). Exploring Relationships of Trust in ‘Adventure’ Recreation, Leisure Studies, 26(1), pp. 47-64.

Lynch, P., Martin, A. & Gilsdorf, R. (2007). Outdoor Education und Schule in Neuseeland. Praxis, 3(4), pp. 52-56.

Jonson, P. & Lynch, P. (2006). El derecho como instrumento de las políticas de ocio / The Law as an instrument of leisure policy. ADOZ, 30. http://www.deusto.es/servlet/servlet/Satellite?pagename=UniversidadDeusto/comun/render&c=Noticia&cid=1134737604588&localizador=_1101307572844&hizkuntza=_cast

Lynch, P. (2005). Educational ‘Traditions’ and School ‘Topics’: Outdoor Education in New Zealand Schools, 1935-1965. History of Education Review, 34(1), pp. 19-34.

Lynch, P. & Moore, K. (2004). Adventure in Paradox. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, 8(2), pp. 3-12.

Lynch, P.M., Martin, A.J., Neuman,J. & Tureova, I. (2003). Terminy a praxe ve vichovi v poirodi na Novem Zealandu [Terms and practices used in outdoor education in New Zealand]. [on line]. Gymnasion, 1, pp. 13-20. [Czech Republic].

Lynch, P. (2003). The Origins of Outdoor Education in New Zealand: Progressive Liberalism and Post-War Rejuvenation, 1935-1965. Journal of Physical Education New Zealand. 36(1), pp. 63-81.

Lynch, P. (2002). Participation in Outdoor Education – The Challenge of Quantification. Journal of Physical Education New Zealand. 35(1), pp.

Lynch, P. (2000). Fitting In and Getting On. Learning in the School of the Outdoors. Childrenz Issues, 4(2) pp.


Report Literature
Booth, K.L. and Lynch, P.M. (2010). Outdoor Recreation Research Stocktake: Synthesis. Prepared for Sport and Recreation New Zealand by Lindis Consulting, Christchurch.

Booth, K.L., Lynch, P.M. and Lizamore, C. (2010). Outdoor Recreation Research Stocktake: Bibliography. Prepared for Sport and Recreation New Zealand by Lindis Consulting, Christchurch.



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