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Principle of Outdoor Education Using the Concept of “Fudo, or climate”

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  • 風土概念により再解釈された野外教育の原理の明文化
  • フウド ガイネン ニ ヨリ サイカイシャク サレタ ヤガイ キョウイク ノ ゲンリ ノ メイブンカ

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<p>This study considers “Fudo, or climate” a key concept in the reinterpretation of the concept of yagai, from the perspective of outdoor education practice, and attempts to stipulate the principles regulating outdoor education. First, the author undertook a critical examination of the well-known Japanese climate scholar Watsuji Tetsurō’s concept of “Fudo.” The results indicated the author interprets Kameyama’s definition‐ “the total integrated relationship between people in a collective society and living nature in a specific geographic space” ‐as comprehensive descriptions of the general sense of the reinterpretation of outdoor education. A concrete description of climate based on Kameyama’s definition was thus adopted, and an attempt to stipulate the principles of outdoor education was made. Finally, the following concrete description was obtained. </p><p>I. In outdoor education practice, attention must be paid to “Fudo, or climate”. </p><p>I-1. Physical interactions (physical experiences and the act of physically going outside) must be preserved. </p><p>I-2. The nature of the region (the venue of practice) must be understood and considered as living nature. </p><p>I-3. Collectivity and collective relationships in the local community and interaction between people and nature must be understood and managed appropriately. </p><p>I-4. Integration and physical interaction between the people and nature of the region must be understood and managed appropriately. </p>

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  • CRID
    1390282763083829888
  • NII Article ID
    130007544178
  • NII Book ID
    AA11655550
  • DOI
    10.11317/joej.20.1_1
  • ISSN
    18844677
    13439634
  • NDL BIB ID
    027865799
  • Text Lang
    ja
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
    • NDL
    • CiNii Articles
  • Abstract License Flag
    Disallowed

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