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Outdoor Survival - Canada

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Ally Sørensen

on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of Outdoor Survival - Canada

Outdoor Survival - Canada
Cultural Influences
Hiking-gear
Stereotypes/Prejudices about Canadians
Military Uniforms
Growing hobby for families/school to explore the wilderness
Body Ideals
No Image
Famous professionals (Bear Grylls, Daniel Shrigley, Les Shroud, etc)
Food and water consumption
Injuries
To conclude, outdoor survival has become a part of culture, media, society and politics.
Outdoor survival is very beneficial to the environment, seeing as National Parks preserve nature.
Body Images are non-existent or less of importance to knowledge skills
Popular as television shows

Scouts, raised in outdoor survival

Wide range of ages of participants
Impact on Society
Political Influences
Politics has played an essential role in outdoor activities.

National Parks are all preserved because of various politicians, who wanted to preserve nature.
Introduction
Conclusion
Origin in Canada
Different types of Outdoor Survival
Mountain
Tropical
Desert
Forest
Sea
Cold weather
Gear


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