Book Chapters

Gray, T. (2017), ‘Re-thinking human-plant relations by theorising using concepts of biophilia and animism in workplaces’, Reimagining Sustainability in Precarious Times, Springer 9789811025488.

Gannon, S., Naidoo, L. & Gray, T. (2016), ‘Educational aspirations, ethnicity and mobility in western Sydney high schools’, Super Dimensions in Globalisation and Education, Springer 9789811003103

Gray, T. & Birrell C, 2015, A case study of women and adventure : “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing” : the lure of adventure travel for women in Adventure Programming and Travel for the 21st Century, Black, Rosemary, Bricker, Kelly S., U.S., pp 201-207, [ORS ID: 237245].

Gray, T. and Neill, J. (2012). Program evaluation, in Dickson, T. and Gray, T. Risk Management in the Outdoors: A whole of organisation approach for education, sport and recreation, Cambridge University Press, UK.  ISBN 978-0-521-15231-0 pp 132-146

Neill, J. and Gray, T. (2012). Technology in the outdoors, in Dickson, T. and Gray, T. Risk Management in the Outdoors: A whole of organisation approach for education, sport and recreation, Cambridge University Press, UK. ISBN 978-0-521-15231-0.  Pp. 164-179

Brymer. E. and Gray, T. (2012). Program design, in Dickson, T. and Gray, T. Risk Management in the Outdoors: A whole of organisation approach for education, sport and recreation, Cambridge University Press, UK. ISBN 978-0-521-15231-0.  Pp 116-129.

Gray, T. (2005).  Exploring Our Connections And Relationships With Place And/Or Nature, in Dickson, T. Gray, T. and Hayllar, B. (2005). (Otago University Press)  Outdoor and Experiential Learning:  Views From The Top. pp 9-12.

Gray, T. and Birrell, C. (2005). Burnout in Adventure Therapy:  Bushfire as a catalyst for change and soul work – An Australian Perspective.  in Dickson, T. Gray, T. and Hayllar, B. (2005). (Otago University Press)  Outdoor and Experiential Learning:  Views From The Top. pp 135-150.

Gray, T.and Birrell, C. (2003).  Burnout in Adventure Therapy.  In Therapy Within Adventure (Richards, K and Smith. B [Eds])  ZIEL Publishing pp 271-288.

Gray, T.  (2000).  Outdoor Recreation in Parker, Patterson, J. and Hearne, D. [Eds] Health Moves 1, Heinemann Educational, Melbourne.  pp 302-343.  ISBN 0 86462 442 5.

Gray, T. and Potter, T. (1999) Should we use urban settings to promote adventure education? in Wurdinger, S. and Potter, T. [Eds]. Controversial Issues in Adventure Education.  Kendall Hunt Publishing Co. USA. pp 63-72  ISBN 0 7872 6299 4

Gray, T. and Patterson, J. (1995) AIDS Education in a Tertiary Setting: Educating the Educators in Kenny, D. and Job, R.F.S. [Eds]. Australia’s Adolescents:  A Health Psychology Perspective, University of New England Press, Armidale, pp 234-239. ISBN 1 875821 24 4.

Gray, TOutdoor Recreation in Davy, J., Parker, R and Patterson, J. [Eds] (1994) Health Moves 1, Heinemann Educational, Melbourne. pp 299-242. ISBN 0 85859 714 4.

Gray, TOutdoor Education in Davy, J., Parker, R and Patterson, J. [Eds] (1994) Human Movement, Heinemann Educational, Melbourne. pp 278-321.  ISBN 0 85859 690 3.

Gray, TMovement Sense in Pickup, M and Sunderland, G. [Eds] (1993)  In Great Shape – Book 2  Heinemann Educational, Melbourne. pp 54-67.

Gray, T. Composition and Performance in Pickup, M and Sunderland, G. [Eds]  (1993) In Great Shape – Book 2 Heinemann Educational, Melbourne. pp 89-106.

Gray, TMovement Sense in Pickup, M and Sunderland, G. [Eds] (1993)  In Great Shape – Book 1    Heinemann Educational, Melbourne. pp 51-64.

Gray, TComposition and Performance in Pickup, M and Sunderland, G. [Eds] (1993)  In Great Shape – Book 1  Heinemann Educational, Melbourne. pp 85-102.

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