Date of Award
Bachelor of Divinity (BD)
This thesis has arisen out of the inner necessity of making a statement on Wilderness Camping. The writer who has done considerable small group camping in Central Ontario with boys from the City of Hamilton, has experienced a mood of optimism among Inner City youth especially in the area of Wilderness Camping. The writer feels that a Philosophy for Wilderness Camping with respect to Inner City Youth is in order, and this he has endeavoured to formulate. He expresses his gratitude to Professor Lois A. Tupper of McMaster Divinity College who has tirelessly prodded him to keep writing, for her guidance and suggestions and general helpfullness in the preparation of the thesis. The writer also expresses thanks to Professor Murray J.S. Ford for his help and patience as assistant supervisor and his care in correcting the manuscript. Without the encouragement of these two Faculty members, this thesis would not have been written. My thanks also to my patient wife, Bonnie, who has typed and criticized into the wee small hours of the morning.
Hunter, Neil Charles, "A Philosophy of Wilderness Camping For Canadian Inner City Youth" (1970). Open Access Dissertations and Theses. Paper 5298.
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