IFHE publishes the refereed International Journal of Home Economics (IJHE). The journal brings together work on all aspects of Home Economics. It features quantitative and qualitative, disciplinary and trans-disciplinary, empirical and theoretical work and includes special editions on key developments. It aims to push the boundaries of theory and research - to seek out new paradigms, models and ways of framing Home Economics.

The journal is published online at the IFHE website and at Informit. To publish an article, contact editor Donna PENDERGAST at intjournalhomeeconomics@gmail.com or visit the IJHE website.


IJHE Volume 12 Issue 1 2019


 

 

Table of Contents 
Editorial 
Discussion/Provocation Papers 
Home Economics Contribution to National DevelopmentSue L.T. McGREGOR
Peer-reviewed papers 
Taste as constitutive element of meaning in food educationJacob H. CHRISTENSEN
Assessing Home Economists' spiritual health and wellbeing: A case for further studyJay R. DEAGON, Donna PENDERGAST
The Power of a Home Economics Professional Identity and ProfessionalismSue L.T. McGREGOR
Influence of Women's Empowerment on Household Food SecurityM. Funke OLUMAKAIYE, B. Rachael POPOOLA, and Blessing ABIOYE
Valuing the Holistic ApproachSue L.T. McGREGOR
Book reviews 
Alice Ravenhill: Never say dieSue L.T. McGREGOR

Notes for Contributors

 

IJHE Volume 11 Issue 2 2018


 

 

Table of Contents 
Editor's comment 
A Food Literacy Model for Food Education Program Design and EvaluationSandra FORDYCE-VOORHAM
Ambassadors for the Profession, not just RebrandingSue LT McGREGOR
Changing Food Culture for Food Well-beingJuliet WISEMAN & Jane MURPHY & Jacqui HEWITT-TAYLOR
The Home: Multidisciplinary Reflections (book review)Sue LT McGREGOR

Notes for Contributors

 

IJHE Volume 11 Issue 1 2018

 

 

Table of Contents 
Editor's comment 
Call for Editorial Board Members 
Technology choices in Nigerian textile industryDiyaolu J. IDOWU & Isaac A. IREFIN & Joshua B. AKARAKIRI
Teacher competency in pattern-drafting lessons in senior high schoolsPhyllis FORSTER & Rosemary QUARCOO, & Esther Laurinda AKOMANING
US FCS professionals' perceptions of the current and future direction of Family and Consumer Sciences as a disciplineAmy HARDEN & Scott HALL & Deanna PUCCIARELLI
Modelling Ghanaian student's entrepreneurship intentions: Home Economics Education intervention?Enyonam Canice KUDONOO & Bismark K. NKANSAH
Married to property? Housing price and family formation revisitedJing LI
Home Economics Baby Boomer professors in retirement: inaugural studySue LT McGREGOR
Importance of Home Economics compared to other secondary school subjects: Australian parents' and young adults' viewsJanandani NANAYAKKARA & Melissa BURTON & Claire MARGERISON, Anthony WORSLEY
A Healthy Start: Development of nutrition education for newly resettled immigrants and refugees living in NorwayLaura TERRAGNI & Lisa GARNWEIDNER-HOLME & Thea VINGMARK-NAESS & Aysha HUSSAIN & Aud Marit ERIKSEN
Notes for Contributors 

IJHE Volume 10 Issue 2 2017

 

 

Table of Contents 
Editor's comment 
Call for Editorial Board Members 
Part A Special Issue Teaching and Learning in Home Economics Education 
Section I: The changing pedagogical landscape 
Guest Editorial: Teaching and Learning in Home Economics EducationHille JANHONEN-ABRUQUAH & Hanna POSTI-AHOKAS & Päivi PALOJOKI
Pedagogy for Home Economics education: Braiding together three perspectivesMary Gale SMITH
Teaching and learning in Family and Consumer Sciences education: Thriving in challenging timesSandra POIRIER & Mary Ann REMSEN & Megan SAGER
How can Home Economics eduction promote activism for social and ecological justice?Jocelyn M. DUPUIS
Adapting to change: Building learning spaces in a culturally responsive mannerHille JANHONEN ABRUQUAH & Leena HEINO & Sirpa TAMMISUO & Hanna POSTI-AHOKAS
Section II: Pedagogies for general education 
Teaching sustainable food consumption in Swedish Home Economics: A case studyEmmalee GISSLEVIK & Inga WERNERSSON & Christel LARSSON
Learning about ethical fashion in Home Economics classes: Experiences, lectures, and information technology as tools for consumer educationArisa YOSHIUCHI
Teacher as a researcher: Developing your own teachingJaana TAAR & Kristi PAAS & Inga VESKIMÄGI
A study of Japanese lesson in Home EconomicsNoriko KISHI & Noriko ARAI & Rie IMOTO & Yuko KAMEI & Yuko HANE & Reiko ISSHIKI & MAYUKO SUZUKI & Shino KANZAWA
Estonian multi-subject teacher's competence and experiencesJaana TAAR & Tiina VÄNT
Saudi Arabian Home Economics curriculum: Searching for deep learningMashael ALHARBI & Kerry RENWICK
Close neighbours, different interests? Comparing three Nordic Home Economics curriculaMaiju TUOMISTO & Janni HAAPANIEMI & Erik FOOLADI
Section III: Home Economics pedagogy for higher education 
Towards practical mastery of food-preparation skills and reflective learningHelena SOLJANTO & Päivi PALOJOKI
Student-led lessons as inquiry-based learning in a food and healthy subject curriculumHanne MÜLLER & Lilja PALOVAARA SØBERG
Emotional Intelligence attributes in Family and Consumer Sciences tertiary curriculumLily C. FIDZANI & Rufaro G. DHLIWAYO
Exploring an approach for teaching Home Economics Science students to envision the futureHanne JANHONEN-ABRUQUAH & Hannah EDJAH
A framework fo project-based learning in Consumer Studies teacher preparationAdri DU TOIT
Health Promotion and Home Economics belong together-progress towards extended curricula in teacher educationSteingerdur OLAFSDOTTIR & Ragnheidur JUNIUSDOTTIR & Anna S. OLAFSADOTTIR
Part B Refereed Papers 
Used imported clothing and indigenous handcrafted textiles consumption in NigeriaTaiwo BAMIDELE & Sunday OGUNDUYILE
Fit evaluation of functional apparel product developed for female cosmetologists in Lagos, NigeriaDorothy THOMPSON & Elizabeth ANYAKOHA
Notes for Contributors 

IJHE Volume 10 Issue 1 2017

 

 

Table of Contents 
Editor's comment 
Service Learning within Communities of PracticeKendra BRANDES
Teachers' hopes for the future of Home Economics education in New ZealandRachael DIXON
Elderly care education instructional contents needed for integration in Home Economics curriculum of Nigeria Certificate in EducationUju Bridget EJINKEONYE & Elizabeth U. ANYAKOHA
A case study: Fashion design and merchandising college core curriculum assessment to improve future learningTameka N. ELLINGTON, Kim HAHN & Harriet McLEOD
An exploration of health and household saving behaviourPatti J. FISHER & Sophia T. ANONG
Hygiene issues in domestic laundry care practicesNidhi GUPTA & Seema SEKHRI
Creating a new texture by controlling the bubble content of konjacMadoka HIRASHIMA, Shizuka KATO, Emika TAKAHASHI, Rheo TAKAHASHI & Katsuyoshi NISHINARI
Income and long-term care planningChungwen HSU, Eunju HWANG, Nancy BROSSOIE & Karen A. ROBERTO
Food safety teaching influenced by frames traditions, and subjective selectionsMarie LANGE, Päivi PALOJOKI, Helen GÖRANZON & Ingela MARKLINDER
Home is what you make itCatherine Amoroso LESLIE
American and South Korean family and consumer sciences secondary school programs: A cross-cultural comparisonSally M. McCOMBIE & Eun Jin HWANG
The realtionship between muscular activities and sensory tests when wearing jackets: Analyses by each activity of daily livingKaori MURAKAMI & Tomoe MASUDA
Nutritional anthropometry, a veritable indicator of linear growth: Case study of school age children in two local government areas in IbadanVivian A OJUKWU & Oluremi O. KESHINRO
Home food preparation and diet in adolescentsNina C. ØVERBY & Anne A.S. ASK
Home Economics literacy - What in the world are we saying?Donna PENDERGAST
Home Economics research: Instilling hope, re-directing source of happiness in individuals and families of contemporary societyAurorita T. ROLDAN
A perfect storm or never say die: Home Economics education in British ColumbiaMary Gale SMITH & Mary Leah DE ZWART
Notes for Contributors 

IJHE Volume 9 Issue 2 2016

 

 

Table of Contents 
Editor's comment 
Acquisition of basic tailoring skills: implications for well being of beneficiaries of school-on-wheels (SOW) programme of national directorate of employment in NigeriaChinwe C. ANOWAI & Elizabeth U. ANYAKOHA
Home Economics Education for Palestinian Refugees at UNRWA School in the Hashemite Kingdom of JordanTetsuya DANNO & Akiko SUZUKI
Towards a culture of disaster resilience: families and Home EconomicsFlorenda S. GABRIEL
Does parental financial assistance assist young adults to be financially healthy? Effects of parent-child relationship qualities on financial outcomes and happinessJi Hyun KIM & Julia TORQUATI
Promoting self-reliance through the enhancement of creativity in Home Economics students in higher education institutions for sustainable developmentStelle N. LEMCHI, Priscilla N. EZEMA & Catherine I. ILOEJE
Exploring Modality in Home Economics Discourse: Will Can, Might, ShouldSue L. T. McGREGOR
Class Practice in Primary School about Kasanegi (Wearing Clothing in Layers) for ESDNaoe NISHIHARA, Yoko ITO & Kyoko ONO
Challenges facing teaching and learning of clothing and textilea in Abia State secondary schools, NigeriaA. O. OBETA
Physical, Chemical, and Sensory Properties of Glass Noodle Supplemented with Jerusalem Artichoke FlourOrawan OUPATHUMPANONT & Ujitchaya CHITRAVIMOL
Home Economics, happiness and literacy: Pulling the threads togetherDonna PENDERGAST
Developmental Changes in Sleep Schedule: Influences of Mother's Time UseYuka SAKAMOTO
Sustainable Food Purchasing Behaviour of Consumers in SingaporeLi Mei Johannah SOO & Chiu-Fui Joyce MOK
Acceptable of potato-based vegetable chips for childrenPetro SWART, Carina BOTHMA, Ismari VAN DER MERWE & Arnold HUGO
Notes for Contributors 

IJHE Volume 9 Issue 1 2016

 

 

Table of Contents 
Editor's comment 
Call for Papers: Teaching and learning in Home Economics education 
Washback effects and cognitive demand analysis of homework practice in Home EconomicsFreda BYRNE, Kathryn McSWEENEY and John GARDNER
Taste as a didactic approach: Enabling students to achieve learning goalsJacob CHRISTENSEN and Karen WISTOFT
Group work interaction among pupils in Home and Consumer Studies in SwedenCecilia LINDBLOM, Inger Erixon ARREMA, Ingela BOHM and Agneta HÖRNELL
Transdisciplinary professionalism for Home EconomicsSue L. T. McGREGOR
Relationship between socioeconomic inequality and dietary diversity among schoolchildren in Southwestern NigeriaM. F. OLUMAKAIYE
Methodological helps, curriculum inquiry and Home Economics teacher professional developmentMary Gale SMITH and Mary Leah DE ZWART
Notes for Contributors 

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