CJEECanadian Journal of Environmental Education
CJEEExpenditure and Employment Data for the Criminal Justice System
CJEECenter for Jewish Education and Experiences
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when Brookes (1989) raised the question of the relationships of outdoor and environmental education in AJEE, there were few opportunities for publishing outdoor education research elsewhere: AJOE did not begin to publish refereed research papers until 1998, and I suspect that it took some time for it to become accepted as an equivalent to established international journals, which by that time included not only the long established Journal of Environmental Education (JEE) and Journal of Experiential Education (JExpEd), but also the Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning (JAEOL), the Canadian Journal of Environmental Education (CJEE), Environmental Education Research (EER), and the Southern African Journal of Environmental Education (SAJEE).
I began this essay by reference to the rebranding of Australian Journal of Outdoor Education (AJOE) as Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education (JOEE), and I return to it here, because I fear that although something has been gained by adding "environmental education," something has been lost by deleting "Australian" as a marker of place-consciousness (having a national title in a journal has never discouraged international contributors or readers, as is evident from the constituencies that contribute to AJEE, CJEE, and SAJEE).
This period was selected to avoid the initial period of establishment and positioning of the journal, to coincide with a period of the emergence of new environmental education research journals (e.g., CJEE, EER) and new discourses internationally (e.g., ESD, EfS), and to enable a comparison with a subsequent planned analysis of articles in the last 10 years of AJEE.