Prof. Allison Williams1, Ms.  Kaelan Brooke2 1McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada 2McMaster University , Hamilton , Canada   Research in therapeutic landscapes recognizes wilderness spaces as promoting health and well-being. Beginning with Palka’s work (1999) concerning Alaska’s Denali National Park, the...
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A/Prof Tod Jones1, Transpiosa Riomandha2, Hairus Salim3 1Curtin University, Perth, Australia 2LIKE Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 3Institute for the Study of Islam and Society (LKIS), Yogyakarta, Indonesia   The International Telecommunication Union estimates 51.2 percent of the global population used the...
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Ms Emma Sheppard-Simms1 1University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia   From the 19th Century onwards, many Australian islands were employed as places of institutional incarceration, including prisons, asylums, Indigenous reserves, internment camps and quarantine stations. The people who were imprisoned on...
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Miss Helena Shojaei1 1University Of The South Pacific, Kingdom of Tonga   This paper provides anecdotal evidence on the influence of the researcher in the collection of information using participatory action research methods. Participatory methods in social science research are...
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