Sécurité et compétence dans l'aventure : échelle individuelle des besoins
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Sécurité et compétence dans l'aventure : échelle individuelle des besoins

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    Nobert M.
    LS
    Nobert M.

    Throughout an adventure experience there are a range of different levels of safety. In order to gain the most from the adventure experience (peak adventure) there is a ladder of needs that must be considered. This is referred to as the individual "Ladder of Needs:"

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What is the general individual ladder of needs when it comes to safety in adventure?

    Rk S.
    IN
    Rk S.

    Individual ladder of needs:- Throughout an adventure experience there are a range of different levels of safety. In order to gain the most from the adventure experience (peak adventure) there is a ladder of needs that must be considered. This is referred to as the individual "Ladder of Needs:" 5. Personal development: a need to develop your potential and achieve worthwhile things. 4. Self-worth: a need for self-esteem, status and recognition by other people. 3. Member of a group: a need to join in social activity and to be liked by other people. 2. Safety: a need to be protected from danger and to feel secure. 1. Physical needs: a need for air, shelter, sleep, water and food. As with any ladder, you only move up onto the next step once you feel that you are secure on the rung you are already on. It is obvious we must satisfy our physical needs (rung 1) before our need for self-respect (rung 3). If someone is dying of dehydration (rung 1), the person might sacrifice their need for safety in order to reach water. Similarly, if someone has just fallen off a cliff we will probably be more interested in our own safety (rung 2) than in joining the social group who are gathered at the bottom of the cliff (rung 3). Safety involves physical and psychological considerations. For an adventure to be successful and have the potential of being a peak experience, the complexity of all the safety issues needs to be addressed. Safety relates directly to the elements of adventure; and in Criterion 3 you are trying to illustrate, through personal and historical examples, how it can affect both the experience and the learning in an adventure activity.

    Wellington B.
    BR
    Wellington B.

    Sometimes We have to make a difficult decision that can even save our life's. like Jon Krakauer did. He was prepared for such situation. That's why is important to prepare before you go to adventure in danger places.

    Muhammad S.
    PK
    Muhammad S.

    What are the individual ladder of needs?

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