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GSN Lecture 17

Announcements

- Lecture 17 readings (as listed on syllabus, ARE NOT on Test 2)

- Animal/Pet photos – please send to my Hotmail ([email protected])

- Lectures 14-17 posted today or tomorrow on Personal Webpage

Lecture Nature Timelines: Discussion of Findings (IS included on Test 2 material)


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About the test

Bonus Question

Short answer and short essay

Covers:Lecture 14: Men and Farming Media Pressures on men as heads of households

Lecture 15: Women and Farming Protestant Work Ethic

Lecture 16/17: Tourism, Gender and Sexuality Tragedy of the Commons

Lecture 17: Nature Timeline


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Nature Timeline Data

  • Content analysis: 12 single-spaced pages of variables from raw data; quantitative

  • Categorization of variables; quantitative; interpretive

  • Crude graph plotting


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Reflexivity: Where are you in the data?

n = 49 (>75% response rate; higher than usual in research)


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Uncategorized Age Birth to 15 Variables

  • Tree climbing

  • Beach, travelling, hiking with family (2)

  • Farm chores

  • Skiing

  • Soccer (4)

  • Forts (2)

  • Camping

  • Large backyard; woods (2)

  • Computer (2)

  • Boyfriend

  • Country grandparents (2)

  • Helped parents with house

  • Beavers/Cubs/Scouts

  • Army Cadets

  • Mountain biking

  • High School Football

  • Middle school

  • Twin (increased work for parents when young)

  • Loved nature

  • Nature-loving family (4)

  • Awkward stage – became insecure – took up computer

  • Lived in country

  • Preschool

  • Moved to NS

  • T-ball

  • Played outside with friends

  • Age 8 – favourite teacher was murdered

  • First boyfriend age 12

  • Saxophone

  • Early: sliding, skating, games, sports

  • Malls

  • Dance class

  • Movies

  • Sask: too cold in winter to play inside

  • Tree forts

  • Lived on farm

  • Camping

  • Soccer

  • Trip to Rockies and NWT

  • Friend had ATV

  • Puberty (less time outside, tried to be more mature, by shopping)

  • Tag

  • Basketball

  • Lived close to school, so short walk

  • Family trip to Florida

  • Family nature-oriented

  • Bonfires

  • Sweatlodges

  • Animals/pets

  • Inside until age 5

  • To age 12: played outside

  • Parents outside a lot

  • Had tree house

  • Figure skating 5 x week (inside mostly)

  • Easy Bake Oven

  • Broke wrist

  • Pony

  • Dirt bike

  • Lap top

  • Cell phone

  • Preschool

  • Beach

  • Swimming

  • Swim club

  • Soccer

  • Phys ed. in school

  • Piano

  • Ballet

  • Lived on an island

  • Lived near river

  • Bicycle

  • Early age: played in backyard

  • School playground

  • TV

  • Bicycle

  • Scooter

  • Pogo sticks

  • Night time games

  • Babysitter: took outside

  • Indoor swimming

  • Skating

  • Dog

  • Guides (outdoors a lot)

  • 4-Wheeler

  • Backyard play

  • Experimenting with insects and animals

  • Woods/forest

  • Swimming

  • Skiing

  • Fishing

  • Shovelling driveway

  • Mowing lawns

  • Gardening

  • Hunting

  • Fishing

  • Dog sledding

  • Community culture: strong for nature-connection

  • Cops and robbers

  • Cottage

  • Sustainable practices in family and community

  • Father teacher: outside in summer most often

  • Forts

  • Gardening

  • Dock

  • Woods

  • Early age, inside

  • Sports (skiing, rugby, baseball, track, hockey)

  • Inside until age 5

  • Family camping

  • Born in winter

  • Outside playing while very young

  • Lived in BC; played outside often

  • Moved to Labrador; no friends at first

  • New best friend: snow forts and ice rinks

  • Played out till dark

  • Played outside with friends

  • Snowmobiles

  • Played inside with friends

  • Discovered internet, email

  • Trails, parks

  • Walks

  • Played with friends

  • Woods

  • Internet

  • Duke of Edinburgh

  • Forts

  • Chilled with girls on street

  • Biking

  • Family outdoorsy

  • Biking

  • First job (inside)

  • Daycare (inside)

  • Volunteered at summer camp

  • Worked at Smitty’s

  • Walked to visit friends

  • Beach volleyball

  • Forts

  • Ocean and lakes near house

  • Parents thought outdoor play promoted health

  • Toys were meant for outdoor play

  • Moved from city to farm

  • Swimming

  • Family travel

  • Woods

  • House to car to practice to house...

  • Volleyball (indoors)

  • Age 9: pressured to “be a girl” (inside more)

  • Cut wood with father

  • Swing (grandfather made it)

  • Hiking with cousins and family

  • Playgrounds

  • Swimming

  • Climbing trees

  • Tree forts

  • Skating

  • Pond hockey

  • Internet

  • Step-mom forced kids to play outside most of time

  • Canoeing

  • Summer camp

  • Beach

  • Woods

  • Swimming

  • Sports

  • Parents: outdoors mainly in summer

  • Siblings: outside with them

  • Softball

  • Cottage

  • Bicycle

  • Age 10-11 video games

  • Sandbox

  • Swings

  • T-ball

  • Soccer

  • Snow

  • Park

  • Indoor sports in school were competitive

  • Pre-school: Mother played outside with often; beach; swing

  • Started school: outdoor play in yard

  • Read books outside

  • Barbies and dolls

  • Baseball

  • Swimming

  • Playing outside became less “cool” at age 15

  • Kid on bike

  • Soccer after school

  • Got first computer at age 10, but still active

  • Got Playstation

  • Cottage

  • Basketball at park

  • Daycare (inside)

  • School (outdoor time was mandatory)

  • Family was outside

  • Family vacations

  • Age 13: became self-conscious about being seen outside

  • Swimming

  • Forced to play outside while very young

  • Cheerleading

  • Camping

  • Running

  • Bus to mall and movies

  • School dances (inside)

  • Basketball

  • Camping

  • Walking

  • Alcohol intake by age 15

  • Bicycle

  • Playstation

  • Soccer

  • Family nature oriented

  • Bicycle

  • Swimming

  • Beach

  • Bicycle

  • backyard

  • Walked to school

  • Soccer

  • Visited father in Ottawa

  • (skated on canal)

  • Stopped littering

  • Camp

  • “green club” elementary school

  • Swimming

  • Walking

  • Biking

  • Catching frogs

  • Family camping

  • Fed squirrels at PP Park

  • Mom got car (more family outings)

  • Played outside when little

  • Dog

  • Video gaming

  • Bullied

  • After-school program in gym

  • Computer age 10

  • Soccer

  • Cottage lot

  • Little sister came along; outside with her and dog

  • Babysat younger sibling(s)

  • Mom took for stroller walks

  • Skating

  • Broke arm skating; turned to Barbies and dolls

  • Recess and lunch

  • Swimming lessons

  • Brownies

  • Guides

  • Beach weekends

  • Summer sports

  • Figure skating

  • Family travelling to PEI

  • Young – played outside with friends

  • Fishing

  • Travelling with family

  • ATV

  • Disney at age 3 weeks

  • Trailer camping with family

  • Forest

  • Tree forts

  • Cottage

  • NS Hockey team; daily exercise outside

  • Traded in green practices for make-up and popularity

  • Smoked weed in Jr. High

  • Walked to school

  • Zoos

  • Walks

  • Boating for swordfishing

  • Yard work

  • Family camping

  • Nature games in kindergarten

  • Outside playing

  • Stopped playing outside at age 11 due to Internet/computer

  • Canoeing

  • Baby- outside a lot

  • Catching frogs and crayfish

  • Hiking

  • Playing with friends

  • Woods

  • Camping with family since birth

  • Basketball in summer outside, each night

  • Beach

  • Outside with friends when young

  • N 64 age 11 (computer)

  • Playstation 2

  • Video gaming

  • Swimming indoors

  • Friends had cars, so never walked

  • No outdoor break in Jr/Sr High

  • Organized school sports

  • Babysitting job for summer

  • Parents made go outside when young

  • Parents became distracted by younger siblings

  • Family outside

  • Camping

  • Soccer

  • Baseball

  • Outdoor pool

  • Games with friends

  • Pond hockey

  • Snow forts

  • Catching frogs

  • Trail biking

  • Apartment living

  • Ocean living; had a dock; outside when young

  • Played outdoors

  • Trading in playing outside for hanging out indoors with friends at age 14


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Uncategorized Age 16 and up Variables

  • High school (inside)

  • Farming full-time

  • Summer camp

  • Beach

  • Sports (skateboard

  • Work (factory, children)

  • Gym

  • Lifeguarding

  • Snowboard

  • License (4)

  • Residence and university life (9)

  • No car

  • Began to accept body and a healthy lifestyle (2)

  • Boys (3)

  • Parties with friends; walks to local bars

  • Weight gain (stayed indoors)

  • Got lazy

  • Got a dog; walked dog

  • Moved to Edmonton (outside Rockies)

  • Moved to Halifax (inside)

  • Broken leg

  • Hunting

  • HRM Search and Rescue

  • Forces Basic Training

  • NATO Tours (radar plotter)

  • Diving

  • Ironman

  • Running/Jogging

  • Soccer

  • Softball

  • University (inside)

  • Dog walking daily

  • ATV

  • Video gaming

  • Work in a call centre

  • Realized sedentary lifestyle, so got work delivering propane

  • Apartment

  • Worked for mortgage firm

  • Spent time in China, mostly outside

  • running

  • Indoor sports

  • Too far to walk for outdoor-based events

  • Car

  • Friends

  • Computer

  • Cell phone

  • Swim

  • Tanning

  • Cottage

  • University: Never outside

  • Now aware of nature deficit

  • Track and field

  • License

  • Likes snow

  • Travelled to different countries

  • License

  • Legal age (drinking)

  • Beaches

  • Mountain biking

  • Camping

  • Partying

  • Library

  • Has child

  • Rugby

  • Hung out with friends indoors, mostly

  • School

  • Work (inside)

  • Walking along Halifax waterfront

  • Work, school, malls

  • Laptop

  • DVD player

  • Cell phone

  • Ocean

  • Surfing

  • Friends had car

  • Leadership course

  • Survival course

  • Nature philosophy

  • Canoe tripping

  • Combined partying with nature

  • Was teased for living in “boonies”

  • 2

  • Camping

  • Pick-up sports

  • Lives off-campus (walks)

  • Hiking

  • Archery/trail shoots

  • Bicycle

  • Working (inside)

  • Nostalgic, so sought out friends for activities

  • Graduated HS with honours; felt freedom

  • University: inside; preoccupied with work; feels less “free” than in high school

  • Seeking employment

  • Work 9-5

  • Camping

  • Car

  • Beach

  • Hiking

  • Deck parties

  • Study outside whenever possible

  • Video gaming

  • Afraid of girls; stayed in basement

  • Smoked pot in woods

  • Moved to Halifax; does recreational activities inside

  • Call centre job

  • Outside exploring city

  • Visits home rarely

  • Don’t explore city much

  • Boating

  • Had child; played with child outside – sledding

  • Illness (inside)

  • Moved home for recovery (outside more often)

  • Parents had to bribe to come inside

  • Continues to be outside

  • Camping

  • Bonfires

  • Lake hockey

  • Mountain biking

  • Lives on lake

  • License

  • Walks

  • Boyfriend (inside more)

  • School

  • Worked inside

  • Soccer

  • Hockey

  • Camping

  • Walked to school

  • Got car

  • Tennis

  • Drives to do errands

  • Fishing

  • Work and study hard; party hard on weekend (weed)

  • Soccer

  • Xbox

  • License

  • Travelled with friends

  • School

  • Work

  • Runs daily

  • Knee surgery

  • License

  • Canteen job

  • Boyfriend (indoors)

  • Boston Pizza job

  • Smoking (cigs and pot) outside

  • Campfires

  • Bars

  • Scotsburn Dairy job outside

  • Trips with friends and family

  • Quiznos job

  • Had own apartment; can smoke inside

  • Busy with work (indoors more)

  • Tries to get out whenever possible, but is hard to do

  • Dating

  • Bus around city

  • Walks

  • Swimming

  • Sledding

  • Skiing with school clubs

  • Working

  • Walks for ice cream

  • Drinks outside with friends

  • Full-time work

  • Full-time school

  • Walks to work and school

  • Eating, cleaning, studying (inside)

  • Sometimes has lunch on patio

  • Beach

  • Walking

  • Outside waiting for bus

  • Computer – doing university work

  • License

  • Summer job

  • No more organized school sports

  • Trip to Cuba

  • University residence

  • Camping

  • Going to races

  • ATV trips

  • Apartment living, walks to school

  • Softball

  • Rural home

  • ATV

  • Woods

  • Wetlands

  • Marsh

  • Lakes

  • Rivers

  • Ponds

  • Indoor basketball

  • Fishing

  • university

  • Fishing

  • Bars

  • Work in bank

  • University

  • Smoke weed and cigarettes

  • Drinking (legal and non-legal)

  • House parties

  • Drives around aimlessly

  • License

  • 10k races and training

  • Biking

  • Running

  • Swimming

  • Working

  • Inside sports (volleyball)

  • Beach

  • Planted a garden

  • Sledding

  • Studies in Public Garden

  • University

  • Daycare worker (outside more)

  • Residence life

  • Apartment

  • Residence

  • Moved to Halifax

  • Misses nature


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Prior to age 16: VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH BEING OUTSIDE MORE OFTEN

Animals/Pets

Got a dog Horses/ponies

Education/Formal learning

Phys. Ed. in early grades School had playground (recess, lunch) Read books outside After-school programs “Green Club” in Elementary/Programs Kindergarten nature games

Health

Parents believed outdoor play promotes health

Local Geography

Moved from city to farm Walked to friends’ houses to play Near forest/Green belt Near water (ocean, lake, river) Cut wood with father Had large backyard

Had a tree house Lived on island Summer cottage

Near dock Lived in BC and Labrador Near trail system

Near park Visit to zoo Lived in city apartment

Organized Recreation and Service

Duke of Edinburgh High School football Summer camp/volunteerVolleyball Swimming/swim club Skiing Soccer Army Cadets Beavers/Cubs/Scouts Basketball Figure skating Rugby Brownies/Girl Guides Hockey Track Softball T-ball Cheerleading Hockey/NS Hockey Team (incl. outdoor training)

Continued...


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Personal philosophy

Loved nature as a child Consciously stopped littering

Social and Family Influences

Toys were for playing outside Farm chores Family movedParents and relatives nature-loving Family camping Sweat lodgeGrandparent influence (built swing, lived rural) Helped parents work on house Fishing Travelling within and beyond Canada Babysitter took kids outside Vacations outsideCommunity culture: pro-nature/sustainability Bought cottage Entertained/babysat siblings Father was a teacher; had two months off Step-mother sent kids outside Ottawa Canal Parent bought car (more outings) Family had camper Friend got car

With Others or Alone

Walks Skiing Mountain biking Swimming Chilled with girls on street Built forts Bicycling ScooterTree climbing Beach visits Sliding Pogo stickSkating Made-up games Camping Night gamesSoccer All Terrain Vehicles Tag Catching bugs/Frogs/Crayfish Basketball Bonfires Dirt bikeFishing/sword-fishing Shovelled driveway Mowed lawns Gardening/yard work Hunting Dog-sledding Cops and RobbersGot a new friend Snowmobiling Pond hockey Canoeing/trippingPlayed in snow Barbies/Dolls Running/jogging Underage drinkingFed squirrels Smoked pot


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Prior to age 16: VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH BEING INSIDE MORE OFTEN

Education/Formal learning

Daycare, was mostly indoors No outdoor breaks Piano BalletTeacher, favourite one murdered Dance class Saxophone Dances

Employment (few reports; was mainly indoors, such as in restaurants)

Health

Broke wrist Broke arm; turned to Barbies/dolls

Local Geography

Too cold in Sask. to play outside Lived close to school, didn’t walk far Took bus everywhereOrganized Recreation and Service Swimming (indoor) Competitive/indoor sports Cheerleading

Personal philosophy

Became “awkward” at being outside/in public At puberty, tried to be more mature (by going shopping)Playing outside “not cool” by age 15 Self-consciousness increasedFirst bullying experience Traded in “green” practices for popularity and make-up

Social and Family InfluencesGot a boyfriend (age 9-12) A twin, more work for parent to take outside Played inside

Family moved; had few new friends Friend got car (just drove around) Siblings born

With Others or Alone

Computer games Cell phone Movies Easy Bake Oven Laptop TV Internet Email


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Age 16 and up: VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH BEING OUTSIDE MORE OFTEN

Animals/Pets

Got a dog Got a horse/looked after horses

Education/Formal learning

Got license High School graduation: felt “free”

EmploymentPropane delivery Outdoor events (Red Bull) Canteen Works full-time plus school Summer job Unemployed Bank Daycare

Health

Local Geography

Near beach Had to walk places; no car Spent time in China (outdoors, mainly)Lives on lake Near wetland/Marsh/River/Pond Exploring city; new to cityPlanted a garden Studies in Public Garden

Organized Recreation and Service

Summer camp/Day camp Lifeguarding HRM Search and Rescue Basic TrainingNATO Tours Diving Ironman competitions SoccerSoftball Swimming Rugby Leadership courseSurvival course Multicultural camp Ski club Pick-up sportsHabitat for Humanity 10k races/Training

Continued...


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Personal philosophy Consciously sought more nature Now aware of Nature Deficit Explored nature philosophies Nostalgic, sought out old friends

Social and Family Influences

Farming family (full-time) Moved from place to placeFamily cottage/Rented cottage Has a childFamily travel (within and outside Canada) Boyfriend/Girlfriend/DatingFriend(s) had/have car

With Others or Alone

Goes to races Archery/Trail shoots Tanning SnowboardParties Running/Jogging Track and Field ATVs Swimming Snow play Legal/Underage drinking Partying outside Surfing Canoeing Skinny-dipping Skiing SnorkellingSmokes/Weed in woods Ski-doo Boating/License BonfiresLake hockey Tennis Mountain biking Fishing Sledding Patio/HammockWalks/Hfx. Waterfront/Walks to get ice cream/Walks to work/Walks to school/Walks to meet friends/Walks home


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Age 16 and up: VARIABLES ASSOCIATED WITH BEING INSIDE MORE OFTEN

Animals/Pets

Education/Formal learning

Got license Most high school events inside Residence (inside a lot)University classes Got a car/Borrowed a car Library research

High School dropped organized sports Preoccupied with workload

Employment Call centre Mortgage firm Hotel kitchen and room service Bar Canteen Boston Pizza Quiznos Unemployed

Health

Got lazy Broke leg Eating disorder Depression Childhood illnesses Knee surgery

Local Geography Apartment living/Smokes inside Too far to walk anyplace Drives to do all errands Bus around city Doesn’t explore city/surroundings Drives around “aimlessly”

Organized Recreation and Service

Gym memberships Indoor sports (school, community) Indoor basketball

Continued...


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Personal philosophy

Was teased for living in “Boonies” Works hard all week; parties on weekendsWants to be outside more, but hard to do Feels less “free” than in high school

Social and Family Influences

Moved a lot Boyfriend/Girlfriend Dating/Stayed inside away from girls

With Others or Alone

Hunting Video games Computer Cell phoneDrinking Mountain biking Camping Partying/Hanging out with friends Malls/ShoppingLaptop DVD Player Smoking: Weed/Pot/Cigarettes X Box


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Discussion of Findings

  • Surprises?

  • Reflexivity:

    • Does it “ring true?” How/When do you notice an experiential difference between you and your cohort?

    • Cohort empathy?

  • Compare early childhood with getting a car license and starting university.

  • Theorize: How do university environments impact students’ nature-setting experiences?

  • What does it reflect about your work ethic?

    • Mobility?

    • Friends’ influences on your nature timeline?

  • What kinds of studies could be further conducted with your raw data?


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Next Class

Test #2

Then, the class after that:Reading 1 [On Personal Webpage] NET Calverley, D. (2002). The Voyageurs, the backbone of the fur trade. http://www.calverley.ca/Part%2002%20-%20Fur% 20Trade/2-002.htmlReading 2 NET CBC Archives: The Birth of the Calgary Stampede. http://archives.cbc.ca/IDC-1-69-750-4567/life_society/stampede/


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