Schultz, Callie

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Dress like a woman, paddle like a man: Exploring gendered subjectivities in whitewater kayaking 2022 431 Like many areas in the field of Experiential and Outdoor Education, the paddlesport industry is male dominated and struggles with misogyny, sexual harassment, and inequity (LaFortune, 2020; Langolis, 2018; Shilton, 2016). Whitewater kayaking is the m...
A nature love affair: exploring education as a means to foster connection to nature in college students 2023 185 Connection to nature (CTN) has been linked to improved health and well-being and an increase in an individual's pro-environmental behaviors. CTN is often thought to be developed in one's childhood, but some studies have refuted this claim by studying...
“Where do I fit in this space?": the role of community for women leaders in bike shops 2023 130 The cycling field has always been dominated by white men, and even more so when discussing those in leadership positions. Additionally, researchers and practitioners overwhelmingly acknowledge that women are underrepresented in the professional bicyc...
Teaching through the screen: how watching "our planet" impacts adolescents’ connection to nature 2023 115 Climate change is a consistent and growing threat to human life. As current and future generations of youth are the most at risk for adverse effects of climate change, encouraging the development of pro-environmental behaviors in children and adolesc...
"It's just like the silence is violence": Gender inequity in the outdoor workplace 2022 341 Outdoor education and leisure spaces claim to promote social development, relationship-building, and social justice as their foundational aims, but these opportunities seem to be available only for a select, dominant few (Allen-Craig et al., 2020). G...