Nature as Health Promotion “The Rug of Life” as a Method†
AbstractResults from the study ‘nature’s significance for human well-being’, shows that “The Rug of Life” gives additional value to the narratives. The method is qualitative with in-depth interviews combined with visual methodology of sixteen respondents between ages 25–76, who are living close to nature. In the interview it was asked what kind of nature has a meaning for them and how they estimate their well-being and nature’s impact on it and how quality of life are experienced, as well as nature’s and the local rural environment’s significance as a health promoting factor. The study has a salutogenic approach.
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Bodman, Ghita M. 2017. "Nature as Health Promotion “The Rug of Life” as a Method." Proceedings 1, no. 9: 877.
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